Emily focuses her practice on e-discovery and data management issues. She advises clients on the preservation, collection, review, protection, and production of electronic data in the context of active litigation or government investigations. In addition, she helps clients respond efficiently to e-discovery requests and crafts e-discovery strategies that affirmatively place clients in the best possible position.
Emily previously worked in the firm’s Life Insurance & Annuities group. Before joining the firm, she worked at the New Jersey Office of Administrative Law where she provided essential legal research and memorandum to multiple judges on questions that arose in contested cases involving a wide variety of subject-matter areas.
Emily earned her bachelor’s degree from University of Pittsburgh and her law degree from Temple University Beasley School of Law.