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Emily Hogan Long



Emily Hogan Long is a litigator with experience in commercial, insurance, employment, and white collar proceedings. Her breadth of experience includes actions in state and federal courts as well as U.S. and international arbitration. Among other notable representations, Emily arbitrated a multimillion dollar insurance coverage case before a Swiss tribunal. She also represented a criminal defendant in his appeal to the Second Circuit in a high-profile public corruption case.

Emily joined Hoguet Newman Regal & Kenney in 2019. Prior to joining HNRK, she was an Associate at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, where she gained experience in white collar investigations and antitrust premerger regulatory review in addition to litigation. While at Columbia Law School, Emily was the Articles Editor of the Columbia Science and Technology Law Review, as well as a member of the Women's Legal Alliance. 


New York Super Lawyers in Business Litigation, 2020-2021



Serves as coverage counsel for an agricultural company in a Swiss arbitration in connection with a billion dollar class action liability.

Represented the co-defendant of the former New York State Senate majority leader in his Second Circuit appeal of a conviction for criminal corruption charges.

Successfully represented financial industry executives in an SEC investigation related to the firm’s valuation and record keeping.

Secured victory for a manufacturer of agricultural products against a competitor that alleged material breach of a licensing agreement in a weeks-long arbitration.

Represents Fortune 200 company in an ongoing architectural malpractice case concerning the company’s new global headquarters.

Defends the founder of private equity firm in a New York state court action brought by a former partner alleging breach of contract and violations of state labor laws.




  • Bar of the State of New York 


Harvard College (A.B. with Honors 2012)

  • Spanish citation 
  • Nominated for the Thomas T. Hoopes Prize

Columbia Law School (J.D. 2017)

  • James Kent Scholar (2016-17)
  • Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar (2015-16)
  • Moot Court Student Editor (2016-17)
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