Taylor has been with the firm since February 2018 and concentrates on practicing in the area of mass torts and zealously advocates for victims of the devastating attacks of September 11th, 2001. Taylor also frequently advocates for survivors of sexual abuse and handles claims involving Dr. Robert Hadden of Columbia University, Dr. George Tyndall of USC, and the ongoing Boy Scouts of America bankruptcy litigation. Outside of her interests with the firm, Taylor is an avid volunteer for several organizations in both the NYC and Long Island communities. Taylor is actively involved in Tunnels to Towers, Wounded Warriors, and multiple other law enforcement charities and public safety outreach initiatives. Additionally, Taylor serves as a fierce advocate for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, supporting and encouraging early testing and making treatments more available to low-income women.
Ramsha started her career with Slater Slater Schulman in August 2020 and handles cases involving employment discrimination, sexual harassment, wage and hour violations, and represents survivors of child sexual abuse involved in the ongoing Boy Scouts of America bankruptcy litigation. Ramsha graduated with a B.A. in Psychology from the State University College at Geneseo and a J.D. from Brooklyn Law School, where she was a proud member of the Appellate Division Moot Court Honor Society.
We are very proud to have both attorneys as part of our team and congratulate them on this outstanding accomplishment. We see bright futures for both Taylor and Ramsha.