DLA Piper announced today that Lida Rodriguez-Taseff has joined the firm's Litigation practice as a partner in Miami.
Rodriguez-Taseff represents companies in complex commercial disputes, with a list of international clients spanning the globe from Latin America to Asia. Her state and federal litigation acumen covers a wide range of areas, including corporate governance, business torts and contracts, non-competes, intellectual property and trade secrets, real property and construction, international jurisdictional issues and bid protests.
"Lida is an accomplished first-chair trial lawyer who will enhance the strength of the firm's Litigation practice," said Loren Brown, co-chair of DLA Piper's global and US Litigation practices. "She is experienced in handling complex matters in both federal and state courts and brings sophisticated litigation skills and a deep understanding of a range of commercial issues."
"Lida is highly regarded in the South Florida community, not only in the legal industry but in the local government, media and business sectors," said Joshua Kaye, managing partner of the firm's Miami office. "South Florida continues to evolve as a thriving business community attracting companies from various global markets, and DLA Piper could not be more committed or better positioned to offer an incredible platform for such a well-respected attorney like Lida. We are pleased to welcome her to the Miami office, where she will be able to leverage both the firm's strong presence in South Florida and its international platform for the benefit of her clients."
Rodriguez-Taseff, who joins DLA Piper from Duane Morris LLP, received her J.D. from the New York University School of Law and her B.A. from the University of Miami.