Emily Calmeyer maintains a varied practice and advises clients on a wide range of commercial litigation, business law, and employment-related issues. Emily brings a wealth of knowledge, expertise, and a proven track record of litigation success to advise and serve her clients. Prior to joining Hackler Flynn, Emily spent her career defending Fortune 500 companies at one of the top ten largest law firms in the world. She litigated high stakes lawsuits, often worth hundreds of millions of dollars, in state and federal courts. Emily’s cases included large class actions and complex commercial litigation in the areas of product liability, environmental regulation, healthcare, privacy/technology, retail, contracts, warranty, insurance, and corporate governance.
Emily’s experience working with large companies equipped her with a comprehensive understanding of complex legal challenges that businesses and business owners encounter. She values a client-centric approach, prioritizing the best interests of her clients. Emily has a keen ability to communicate complex legal concepts in a clear and accessible manner, fostering strong attorney-client relationships built on trust and transparency.
Prior to her career as an attorney, Emily served as the Regional Chief Development Officer for the American Red Cross, California Northwest Region. In 2011, Emily was named to the North Bay Business Journal’s Forty under 40 list. She also maintains an active pro bono practice.
She earned her Juris Doctor at UCLA School of Law, where she was a managing editor of the UCLA Journal of International Law & Foreign Affairs; associate editor for the human rights and international criminal law online journal, ICCforum.com; served as a judicial extern for Judge Kim McLane Wardlaw at the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit; and was a law clerk at Bet Tzedek Legal Services. Emily received bachelor of arts degrees, with Honors, in Political Science and French from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and studied at Institut d’Etudes Politiques in Grenoble, France.
Emily is a member of the State Bar of California and is admitted to practice law in the U.S. District Court for the Northern, Central, and Southern Districts.
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