Emma Perry Selected to Institute of Energy Law 4th Leadership Class for 2021-2022

The Institute for Energy Law (IEL) has selected Emma Perry for membership in its 4th Leadership Class for 2021-2022. She joins a group of 42 diverse energy professionals from around the country in a program focused on increasing energy industry knowledge, building leadership skills, and developing connections with future leaders in the energy industry. The Class will participate in a retreat in Austin this fall and in regular group gatherings through the end of 2022.

Emma's practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, with a growing emphasis on representing clients in oil and gas and technology disputes. She is recognized as "One to Watch" in Commercial Litigation by Best Lawyers in America and is a member of the Women's Energy Network Houston Chapter.

Firm lawyers with previous membership in IEL's Leadership Classes include Justin Tschoepe, who was selected to the inaugural 2018 Class, and Robert Woods who was named to the 2nd Class in 2019.

Yetter Coleman is a litigation boutique specializing in high-stakes business and technology litigation around the country. Our lawyers provide integrated counsel to plaintiffs and defendants in a broad spectrum of matters, with particular focus on contract and business torts, appellate, intellectual property, and antitrust and securities litigation for clients involved in the energy, technology, and finance industries. The firm regularly handles disputes in the upstream, midstream, downstream, and service areas of the oil & gas industry, and most recently was named among the top oil and gas litigation practices in the U.S. for 2021 by Chambers USA.