Emily focuses on complex commercial litigation, real estate litigation, and financial services litigation.
Emily has substantial experience handling class litigation, primarily defending clients against consumer claims.
Emily is also experienced in representing large and small clients in state and federal trial and appellate courts handling a broad array of business litigation matters.
Represents clients in class action litigation throughout the country, including defense of Fair Credit Reporting Act, Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act, deceptive and unfair trade practices, and Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act claims.
Represents several sophisticated clients in a variety of real property litigation matters including commercial foreclosures, quiet title actions, land use, and easement disputes.
Acts as escalation counsel for large banking institution handling a variety of issues concerning mortgage servicing litigation and other high exposure issues, including high risk sanctions and contempt matters.
Represents several sophisticated clients in state and federal appeals on a variety of issues in briefing and oral argument.
Represents several large banking institutions in state and federal court, including defense of Telephone Consumer Protection Act and other related claims.
Represents named charitable beneficiary foundation of a trust in Florida lawsuits by Delaware Attorney General seeking to invalidate a prior judgment modifying the charitable trust.
Represents Class I railroad in a variety of complex litigation matters, including real estate litigation and contract disputes.
Associate, Chester Bedell Inn of Court, Jacksonville, 2015
Board, JDRF of North Florida, 2017-present