Emily M. LaSpina
Emily is an associate with the Commercial Law Counseling group.
Her practice focuses on partnership, limited liability company, and statutory trust law, as well as administrative law, government entities and regulation, and unclaimed property.
In law school, Emily served on the editorial board of the Penn State Law Review and gained valuable experience both as a clinic student in the Penn State Law Entrepreneur Assistance Clinic and as a judicial intern to the Honorable Brian K. Marshall of the Centre County Court of Common Pleas.
News & Insights
- Publication, Bloomberg Law, 09.2023
Melissa DiVincenzo, Dave Harris, Matt Darby, and Emily LaSpina contributed an article to Bloomberg Law outlining several 2023 amendments to the Delaware General Corporation Law (DGCL) and the Delaware “alternative entity” statutes.
- Article, Bloomberg Law, 11.2022
In 2022, the Delaware legislature passed a number of amendments to the state’s “alternative entity” statutes—the Delaware Revised Uniform Partnership Act (DRUPA), the Delaware Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act (DRULPA), the Delaware Limited Liability Company Act (DLLCA), and the Delaware Statutory Trust Act (DSTA).
- Firm News, 01.19.2022
Twenty-two Morris Nichols lawyers have been admitted to the Delaware Bar today.
- Judicial Intern to the Honorable Brian K. Marshall, Centre County Court of Common Pleas, 2019
Pennsylvania State University, Penn State Law, JD, magna cum laude, Woolsack Honor Society, 2021
Penn State Law Review, comments editor, 2020-2021; associate editor, 2019-2020
Ohio State University, BS, Biology, cum laude, 2017; BS, psychology, cum laude, 2017; BA, economics, cum laude, 2017
- Delaware, 2022