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Emma M. Kurose

Emma M. Kurose

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Emma Kurose is an associate in Mayer Brown’s New York office. She focuses her practice on complex commercial disputes and government investigations, which are often international in nature. In addition to her state and federal litigation practice, Emma works cross-functionally with colleagues in transactional and regulatory practices to advise clients on litigation risks associated with proposed contracts, on compliance with data privacy and bank secrecy laws, and on data breach responses. She has represented clients from a range of industries, including financial services, construction, pharmaceuticals, and digital media. Emma has edited a chapter on commodities and futures in Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts (Thomson Reuters), and a chapter on parallel actions in Securities Investigations (PLI).

Emma maintains an active pro bono practice. She recently negotiated a substantial settlement in a federal civil rights lawsuit brought on behalf of a former inmate at a city jail.

Emma received a J.D. from NYU School of Law, where she served as a Competitions Editor for the Moot Court Board. While in law school, she participated in the Equal Justice and Defender Clinic with Bryan Stevenson, conducting historical and investigative fieldwork in Alabama that contributed to the development of the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, which opened in April 2018. She received her undergraduate degree in History from Yale University. Emma is a member of the State Bars of New York and California.
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