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Emily joined Lowenstein after serving as a summer associate with the firm during law school. Her practice focuses on private alternative investment funds, including their structuring, management, and related corporate and regulatory matters. Emily advises and represents clients in connection with the organization and operation of private funds, including hedge funds, private equity funds, hybrid funds, funds of funds, single investor funds, co-investment funds, and special opportunity funds. She also has experience advising and representing impact investors, and those that aim to invest in underrepresented managers.
She has held internships with the legal departments of several large corporations. At The Estée Lauder Companies, she assisted in the preparation of the company’s SEC filings, including the company’s annual proxy statement and Form 10-K. At BASF, Emily assisted in a variety of corporate matters, including real estate and contract disputes. She also conducted research and prepared reports on such issues as the necessity of force majeure clauses in supply chain contracts, indemnity clauses, and battle of the forms analysis on contract and subsequent purchase orders.