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Emrah Polat, Esq

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Phone: (212) 480-4500

45 Broadway #1420
New York, New York 10006

Emrah Polat specializes in the areas of employment law, civil litigation, corporate, and contract law. He has extensive experience working with individuals and businesses, zealously advocating for his clients.

Emrah is a graduate of Fordham University School of Law. Emrah held positions with the US Department of Justice and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation while in Law School. Prior to law school, Emrah spent five years serving in the U.S. Marine Corps as a V-22 crew chief.

Prior to joining Emre Polat Employment Attorneys, Emrah worked for a law firm in Wisconsin handling civil litigation matters. Emrah has negotiated and settled numerous matters, advocating his client’s position to ensure a favorable agreement for his client. When cases go to trial, Emrah, has considerable experience, having argued and won countless motions and represented his clients through completion of the trial.

Emrah manages the New Jersey office of the Firm and regularly handles the transactional law practice of the firm, including purchase and sale agreements, employment agreements, and real estate transactions. In order to prevent the troublesome matter and costs of litigation in the future, individuals and businesses require a thorough, in depth agreement that takes into account every possible issue. With the experience of drafting many such agreements and attention to detail, Emrah can ensure that his clients are getting the best deal possible.

Whether it is a transactional matter or a litigation matter involving discrimination, harassment, or unpaid wages, Emrah can answer your legal questions, provide advice, and advocate for you.


J.D., Fordham University School of Law

B.A., The College of New Jersey

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice New Jersey
U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey
Professional & Bar Association Memberships

New Jersey State Bar Association

American Bar Association