2016 Marks Continued Growth For Litigation Group
Barack Ferrazzano is pleased to announce Emily L. Gesmundo has joined the Firm in its Litigation Group. Emily concentrates her practice on a variety of product liability matters. She has litigated matters involving toxic torts, consumer products and commercial products. Emily also works with clients to ensure they are in compliance with government regulations.
Since January 2015, Emily is the fourth attorney to join the Firm's Litigation Group, joining Nicholas H. Callahan, Joshua W. Mahoney and Katherine A. Neville; six talented litigators - Sharon E. Calhoun, Daniel R. Fine, Alison R. Leff, Andrew E. Nieland, Brandon C. Prosansky and Matthew F. Singer - have been promoted to partner.
"We are fortunate to have such a depth of talent within the Firm and we see that talent multiplying as we continue to recruit bright eager attorneys to our Group." - Roger H. Stetson, Litigation Group Co-Chair
Prior to joining Barack Ferrazzano, Emily was a litigation associate with a Schiff Hardin LLP where she drafted motions and oppositions to motions, as well as participated in many stages of litigation including fact discovery, expert discovery and attending site-inspections.
About Barack Ferrazzano's Litigation Group
Barack Ferrazzano trial lawyers have handled a variety of cases, including disputes concerning: securities and derivative securities; contracts; motor vehicle franchises; trade secrets; licensing disputes; consumer class actions; real estate; professional liability; civil RICO and conspiracy actions; director and officer matters; negligence and product liability; bankruptcy and creditors' rights; and bank regulatory and other financial disputes. We represent a diverse group of businesses in resolving these disputes. A litigation team is assembled for each assignment based on the skill and style required for that engagement. The Firm's efficient structure and staffing philosophy allow us to craft efficient teams designed to bring the strongest talent possible to every challenge.