Emily C. Curran-Huberty

Profile

Emily Curran-Huberty is a litigation associate in the San Francisco office of Munger, Tolles & Olson. She practices commercial litigation, with a focus on antitrust. Ms. Curran-Huberty has represented clients in a number of industries, at all stages of the litigation process, including internal investigations, mediation and settlement, discovery, dispositive motions, trial and appeal.

Key Representations

  • Steves & Sons, a door manufacturer, in winning a jury verdict as plaintiff against door skin manufacturer JELD-WEN asserting antitrust claims. The jury awarded $58 million in damages and court-ordered divestiture of acquired manufacturing facility.
  • Solvay Pharmaceuticals, Inc., in defense of claims by the Federal Trade Commission and a nationwide class action asserting antitrust challenges to patent settlements. FTC v. Actavis; In re Androgel Antitrust Litig. (nationwide MDL)
  • An individual executive in a criminal antitrust investigation into possible bid rigging and market allocation.
  • A technology client in an investigation and mediation regarding a contractual dispute involving a merger agreement.
  • Warner Bros. in an internal investigation related to alleged reports of misconduct on the set of “Bachelor in Paradise.”
  • The Regents of the University of California in defending a petition for writ of administrative mandate filed by a student challenging the university’s disciplinary proceedings and sanction against the student for misconduct.
  • A solar technology client in a series of litigations concerning its supply agreements for the purchase of polysilicon.

Ms. Curran-Huberty also maintains an active pro bono practice. She represents, along with several organizations, Native American students in a case against the federal government seeking access to public education. In 2016, she represented the ACLU of Northern California in a series of appeals seeking access to public records regarding California’s proposed lethal injection regulations. She currently represents an individual plaintiff in a Fourth Amendment excessive force claim under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 in which she secured a complete denial of the defendants’ motion for summary judgment.

Ms. Curran-Huberty graduated from Stanford Law School. Prior to joining Munger, Tolles & Olson, Ms. Curran-Huberty clerked for Justice Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar of the California Supreme Court, Judge Lucy H. Koh of the Northern District of California, and Chief Judge Diane Wood of the Seventh Circuit.

Emily Curran-Huberty is a litigation associate in the San Francisco office of Munger, Tolles & Olson. She practices commercial litigation, with a focus on antitrust. Ms. Curran-Huberty has represented clients in a number of industries, at all stages of the litigation process, including internal investigations, mediation and settlement, discovery, dispositive motions, trial and appeal.

Key Representations

  • Steves & Sons, a door manufacturer, in winning a jury verdict as plaintiff against door skin manufacturer JELD-WEN asserting antitrust claims. The jury awarded $58 million in damages and court-ordered divestiture of acquired manufacturing facility.
  • Solvay Pharmaceuticals, Inc., in defense of claims by the Federal Trade Commission and a nationwide class action asserting antitrust challenges to patent settlements. FTC v. Actavis; In re Androgel Antitrust Litig. (nationwide MDL)
  • An individual executive in a criminal antitrust investigation into possible bid rigging and market allocation.
  • A technology client in an investigation and mediation regarding a contractual dispute involving a merger agreement.
  • Warner Bros. in an internal investigation related to alleged reports of misconduct on the set of “Bachelor in Paradise.”
  • The Regents of the University of California in defending a petition for writ of administrative mandate filed by a student challenging the university’s disciplinary proceedings and sanction against the student for misconduct.
  • A solar technology client in a series of litigations concerning its supply agreements for the purchase of polysilicon.

Ms. Curran-Huberty also maintains an active pro bono practice. She represents, along with several organizations, Native American students in a case against the federal government seeking access to public education. In 2016, she represented the ACLU of Northern California in a series of appeals seeking access to public records regarding California’s proposed lethal injection regulations. She currently represents an individual plaintiff in a Fourth Amendment excessive force claim under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 in which she secured a complete denial of the defendants’ motion for summary judgment.

Ms. Curran-Huberty graduated from Stanford Law School. Prior to joining Munger, Tolles & Olson, Ms. Curran-Huberty clerked for Justice Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar of the California Supreme Court, Judge Lucy H. Koh of the Northern District of California, and Chief Judge Diane Wood of the Seventh Circuit.