Emma Perry’s practice includes class action antitrust litigation against pharmaceutical companies for controversial pay-for-delay reverse-payment cases brought under the Sherman Antitrust Act. The HPC antitrust litigation team has successfully represented numerous clients in disputes against pharmaceutical companies over the misuse of intellectual property laws to restrict generic products from entering the market.
Ms. Perry earned her law degree, with high honors, from The University of Texas Law School in 2016. She served as managing online content editor for the Texas Law Review and articles editor for the Texas Review of Law & Politics. In addition, she was named a University of Texas Law Chancellor, the law school’s most prestigious honor society.
In 2017, she will begin a law clerkship for Judge Edith H. Jones of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.
Ms. Perry earned her B.A. from Baylor University, where she was a University Scholar with a concentration in Chemistry.
When she’s not practicing law, Ms. Perry enjoys the physical demands and artistry of Taekwondo, and holds a black belt.