Taleah E. Jennings has served as lead counsel on various complex commercial litigation matters, with a primary focus on ﬁ duciary-related issues, including matters raised in trust and estates litigation, shareholder disputes and litigations involving employment-related matters. Her clients include ﬁnancial services entities, such as investment managers, private equity ﬁrms, interdealer brokerage ﬁrms, multiemployer pension funds and commercial real estate ﬁrms, and ﬁduciaries of large trusts and estates.
Taleah has litigated cases in various state and federal courts, as well as regulatory and arbitration forums, from the commencement of claims through trials and appeals.
Taleah has been recognized as a leading lawyer by The Legal 500 US, Benchmark Litigation: The Deﬁnitive Guide to America’s Leading Litigation Firms and Attorneys and by New York Super Lawyers. She received the Burton Award for Distinguished Legal Writing for the New York Law Journal article “Options When a Competitor Raids the Company,” was honored with the Excellence in Pro Bono Advocacy Award by Sanctuary for Families and was named among Savoy magazine’s Most Inﬂuential Black Lawyers and Crain’s Notable Women in Law.
Taleah holds a B.S. degree from University of Maryland and a J.D. from Rutgers Law School.