Emily F. O Leary

Emily O'Leary is an associate and litigation attorney. Her practice concentrates on varied types of business and commercial litigation, employment law, Chapter 11 bankruptcy, commercial foreclosure and loan workouts and securities litigation. In this capacity, Ms. O’Leary serves a broad range of clients, including financial institutions, public companies, privately held businesses, professionals, developers, and contractors, among others. She is a member of the firm’s Business Litigation & Dispute Resolution Practice.

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Areas of Practice 1) Business Litigation & Dispute Resolution
Law School William & Mary Law School
Admitted Year 2009
Education the University of Florida (B.A.)
Bar Member / Association State Bar Of Florida
Most recent firm Foley & Lardner LLP
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