About Emily Mott
Representing diverse clients that include banks to large, privately-owned corporations, Emily Mott has advised individuals on a broad range of civil and alternative disputes, company compliance issues, internal investigations and environmental and workplace safety. With a comprehensive understanding of legal research and analysis, as well as pre-suit matters, she has provided strong legal counsel to cases ranging from real estate transactions, fraud and white collar crime to insurance and warranty disputes, bankruptcy, construction disputes and violations of consumer law.
Dismissing disputes and client liability
Emily has an outstanding ability to handle complex negotiations. Not only has she obtained settlements on behalf of her clients, but she has also resolved disputes to the point where they are completely dismissed and her clients are not held liable.
Emily's academic background and diverse experiences have significantly shaped her career and the passion with which she pursues her practice. While attending law school at the University of Houston Law Center, she worked as a research assistant on whistleblower regulations, served on the executive board of the law center’s Moot Court Team and was an editor of the Houston Journal of International Law.
Before working at Katten, Emily interned for Judge Mike Engelhart of Harris County's 151st District Court and the Harris County District Attorney’s Environmental Crimes Unit in Houston, gaining invaluable experience in environmental law, judicial proceedings and legal research and analysis.
- Civil and alternative disputes
- Employment law and workplace disputes
- Environmental law and environmental disputes, crimes and investigations
- Major accident and incident response
- White collar investigations and compliance
May 29, 2019
May 17, 2019
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