Emily A. Bruemmer is an associate in the firm’s New York office. She is a member of the firm’s Investigations, Compliance and Defense group, as well as its Government Controversies and Public Policy Litigation and Data Privacy and Cybersecurity groups.
Ms. Bruemmer’s practice involves investigations and compliance counseling in a variety of complex regulatory areas. She has participated in investigations on behalf of corporate clients in connection with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and False Claims Act, and in the monitorship of a financial institution following settlement with a state regulator related to tax evasion and securities law violations. She has also advised institutions on compliance with state and federal regulations in areas including privacy, consumer protection, and US sanctions laws.
Ms. Bruemmer maintains an active pro bono practice. She has represented clients in landlord-tenant court, immigration proceedings, and in a civil suit in DC Superior Court. She has participated in amicus briefing on a number of issues, including the problem of racial discrimination in jury selection. She serves on the firm’s Pro Bono Committee.
Ms. Bruemmer graduated in 2009 from Harvard College, receiving her A.B. magna cum laude with highest honors in History and East Asian Studies. In 2012, she received her J.D. magna cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center, where she was a Global Law Scholar and earned a Certificate in Refugees & Humanitarian Emergencies. During law school, she served as an Executive Editor on the Georgetown Law Journal and directed the Appellate Advocacy Division of Barristers’ Council.
Prior to joining Jenner & Block, Ms. Bruemmer was an associate at an international law firm and clerked for the Honorable Diana E. Murphy of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. Ms. Bruemmer is admitted to practice in New York, Massachusetts, and the District of Columbia.