Erin Pamukcu is a litigation
associate in the New York office. Her
practice focuses on white-collar defense, investigations, complex civil
litigation, financial technology and antitrust.
Erin has experience in matters involving suspected market abuse, manipulation,
and fraud, in particular cases involving complex financial transactions and
instruments. She has experience
litigating in state and federal courts.
Erin maintains an active pro
bono practice, providing counsel to non-profit and arts organizations. She Erin has also represented individual pro
bono clients in administrative law hearings, family court, immigration court
and immigration proceedings, including asylum, Special Juvenile Immigration,
UVisa and other applications.
While at the University of
Michigan Law School, Erin served as Managing Editor of the Journal of Gender of
Law and President of the American Constitution Society (ACS). She also worked at the University of Michigan
Innocence Clinic for two years, where she investigated innocence claims, filed
appeals and federal habeas petitions. As
an undergraduate, Erin interned at The White House and the U.S. House of
Selected for the New York City Bar Association’s 2021 Associate Leadership Institute LITE (ALI LITE) program
“Update: Certiorari Denied in 5Pointz Appeal” Hughes Hubbard & Reed Art Law Blog, October 29, 2020
“5Pointz Litigation SCOTUS-Bound?” Hughes Hubbard & Reed Art Law Blog, June 30, 2020
In re Skat Tax Refund Scheme Litigation, 356 F.Supp.3d 300, representation of Danish tax authority in federal and state courts seeking to recover over $2 billion wrongfully obtained through a scheme involving fraudulent tax refund claims