Brittany Cohen is an associate in the New York office of Hughes Hubbard & Reed. She has experience in various aspects of litigation and focuses on antitrust, criminal and regulatory defense matters.
Elizabeth Prewitt, Brittany Cohen and Dina Hoffer, “The Stakes Are High For Those Caught In No-Poach Probes,” Law 360, June 20, 2017
Elizabeth Prewitt, Dina Hoffer and Brittany Cohen, “Updated DOJ Leniency Program FAQs: Implications for Immunity Protections,” American Bar Association, The Exchange, Insurance and Financial Services Developments, Section of Antitrust Law (Spring 2017)
Cohen, Brittany, “Whose Line Is It Anyway?: Reducing Witness Coaching by Prosecutors,” NYU Journal of Legislation & Public Policy 18 (2015): 985
Gomes, C. F. A., B. R. Cohen, A. Desai, C. J. Brainerd and V. F. Reyna, “Aging and False Memory: Fuzzy-Trace Theory and the Elderly Eyewitness,” in The Elderly Eyewitness in Court, edited by M.P. Toglia, J. Pozzulo and E. Pica, New York: Taylor & Francis, 2014