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Emma C. Mann


Troutman Pepper

Emma is an intellectual property associate in Troutman Pepper’s Boston office. She is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law, where she was a part of the Daniel Webster Scholar Honors Program.

Prior to joining the firm, Emma attended Wayne State University in Detroit, MI. While completing her biomedical engineering degree, Emma participated in cardiovascular tissue engineering and stem cell regenerative medicine research.

Recent Articles by Emma C. Mann

Women at the ITC in 2023: What This Year’s Data Show

For the second year in a row, we pulled and analyzed data on the number of women who appeared in International Trade Commission (ITC) investigations. This year’s data confirms what we saw last year: that women are underrepresented at the ITC. While research shows women make up about 50% of the population, 50% of associates, and 39% of the profession generally, they only made up 27% of the ITC advocates in both 2022 and 2023. The difference in years of experience between male and female advocates is even starker, with men having on average nearly 7 more years of experience than women. This year’s statistics are examined in detail below and compared to what we found in our article published last year.