Emily L. Pincow

Emily L. Pincow

Counsel, Mass Torts, Insurance and Consumer Litigation
Emily Pincow has a wide range of experience in complex commercial litigation in both state and federal courts, with a particular focus on mass torts and product liability cases.


Ms. Pincow has extensive trial experience, having assumed a principal role on multiple trial teams. Among her notable experience, she was a member of a trial team that secured three consecutive complete defense verdicts for Johnson & Johnson, where the plaintiffs sought billions of dollars for alleged personal injuries resulting from their use of the company’s baby powder. Most recently, Ms. Pincow represented nationwide health care providers, including Tenet Healthcare Corporation, TeamHealth and HCA Healthcare, in a variety of cases that involved her leading a trial team litigating against a multinational insurance company in a two-week health care arbitration dispute.

Ms. Pincow has experience in all aspects of trial preparedness, including pretrial submissions such as motions in limine and jury instructions, as well as opening and closing arguments, witness preparation, and direct and cross-examination outlines for fact and expert witnesses. She has published extensively on a variety of topics such as product liability manufacturing and design defect issues, complex jurisdictional matters, class certification and off-label promotion.

Ms. Pincow has extensive pro bono experience and was the recipient of the New York State Bar Association’s President’s Pro Bono Service Award for representing a class of thousands of homeless individuals in a preliminary injunction hearing through appeal. She also served as a chair of the American Bar Association’s Mass Torts Litigation Subcommittee on MDL & Class Procedures.



  • J.D., New York Law School, 2009 (magna cum laude; Associate Editor, New York Law School Law Review)
  • B.S., Lehigh University, 2006


  • New York
  • New Jersey
  • Florida

Emily L. Pincow

Counsel, Mass Torts, Insurance and Consumer Litigation