Emmanuel Ntow is an Associate in MKCI’s Syracuse, New York office. His practice focuses on insurance defense including Asbestos Litigation and toxic tort cases. He represents a variety of corporate clients involved in toxic tort litigation and prides himself on conducting thorough investigations into each matter, guiding his cases through the discovery process, including depositions, engaging in productive motion practice, and helping to efficiently and effectively prepare cases for trial. He also appreciates the importance of keeping his clients informed regarding their cases, claims, and cost trends to provide the best defense possible for each client.
Prior to joining MKCI, Emmanuel was an Assistant District Attorney with the Bronx District Attorney’s Office in their Domestic Violence Bureau. There he prosecuted various misdemeanor and felony crimes involving intimate partner violence. He regularly made appearances in Criminal Part, argued motions on and off the record, and conducted various types of hearings.
In addition to his work with MKCI, Emmanuel is an avid photographer and bike rider. In his free time, he likes to spend time exploring the outdoors with his family and discovering sites of nature.
Emmanuel obtained his Juris Doctor degree from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. While attending Cardozo, Emmanuel was a member of the National Black Law Students Association and a President of his local chapter. He also served as a Staff Editor for the Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution. Emmanuel earned Bachelor of Arts Degrees in Political Science and Religion from Vassar College in 2017, where he was also a member of the Black Student’s Union and African Student’s Union.