Emily Mann litigates personal injury cases, in addition to helping clients with matrimonial and family law issues. Clients are drawn to her empathetic approach as much as her ability to guide them through any mediation and court appearance. Emily has represented the nation's largest insurance companies in actions arising out of personal injury and insurance coverage. She also spent many years litigating the same type of cases on the plaintiff side. She has appeared before the Court of Appeals and the Appellate Division of the State of New York, where she zealously represented her clients both in writing and in oral argument.
Prior to joining Russo & Gould, Emily worked with another regional firm, as well as at her family's general practice firm. Her experience in representing insurance companies in coverage disputes allows her to quickly read, interpret and explain legal jargon to her clients.
A native of Connecticut, Emily enjoys going to local beaches when she can, reading about history and facetiming with her niece and nephew in Portland, Oregon.
Congratulations go out to David Gould and Jillian Oliff who received a unanimous defense verdict before Judge Aaron Maslow in the Supreme Court Kings County on the Ihor Verhalyuk v. Matthew Gonzalez and Legends Limo NYC Case, Index Number 512762/18.