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Tannaz, a co-founder of LegalAxxis and legal practitioner in both Southern California and Northern California, has extensive litigation experience and has served as lead counsel on many cases, including landlord/tenant, employment, and personal injury. She is an avid fighter against discrimination and harassment, and has represented many individuals in disputes involving the workplace, housing, and public accommodations. She has secured many settlements for clients with uninhabitable conditions in their homes.

 

Tannaz also regularly assists clients with intellectual property matters, including trademark and copyright registration and protection. She was named a Southern California Rising Star by Super Lawyers in 2020 and 2021.

 

Tannaz also provides pro bono services to the community by regularly representing caregivers in the foster care system through the Alliance for Children’s Rights. She also engages in other public interest work, which she finds to be extremely gratifying.

 

Tannaz graduated with a full scholarship from Southwestern Law School in 2013 and obtained her undergraduate degree in English Literature from UC Berkeley.

 

Tannaz is fluent in Farsi.

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Professional Associations and Memberships

California State Bar
United States District Court, Central District of California
United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
Social Chair, Executive Committee, Labor & Employment Law Division, Beverly Hills Bar Association

Publications

Don’t Let Them Fool Ya: An Examination of Regulation Crowdfunding as a Framework for Federal Protection Against Online Dating Risks  (By Nazgole Hashemi and Tannaz H. Hashemi, Published in the 2019 University of San Francisco Law Review, Volume 53, Page 421)

 

Follow the Yellow Brick Road: A Guide for Improving Issuer and Investor Appreciation of Risks in Creative Arts Crowdfunding Campaigns (By Nazgole Hashemi and Tannaz H. Hashemi, Published in the 2017 Michigan State University Journal of Business & Securities Law, Volume 17, Page 43)