Taranae Hashemi is an associate attorney who focuses her practice on all stages of complex civil litigation. Hashemi has been involved in defending a number of catastrophic loss and wrongful death cases. Her practice consists largely of insurance defense, focusing on construction, premises liability, and trucking & transportation litigation.
In law school, Taranae participated in the Civil Immigration Practice Law Clinic where she defended low-income individuals involved in immigration proceedings and was recognized for her superior legal writing skills. Later, she served as law clerk to the Honorable Francis J. Orlando, A.J.S.C. and Justice Lee A. Solomon, J.S.C. within the New Jersey Judiciary, gaining valuable insight into civil litigation, municipal appeals, and zoning and planning board challenges.
Taranae is committed to community and charitable service. She has been very active within the Greater Delaware Valley Chapter of the National MS Society, participating annually in the City-to-Shore Charity Ride and serving as Chair of the Preakness at the Piazza benefit for multiple sclerosis, through which she has helped raise over $1,000,000 to benefit the battle against MS. She is also a fervent presenter and lecturer. She has been asked to lecture at numerous construction and general liability conferences, in addition to presenting CLEs to insurers across the nation. When she is not presenting, Taranae takes pride in writing articles on nuanced areas of law which pose concern for her clients.