As a litigator, Tania Sethi handles a wide range of complex commercial cases, ranging from multi-faceted contract disputes to business disputes to technical construction and surety claims to considerable tort claims, including FELA and FRSA claims against Class I and Class IV railroad companies and survival and wrongful death claims against nursing homes.
As a litigator, Tania Sethi handles a wide range of complex commercial cases, including multi-faceted contract disputes, business disputes, trade secrets violations, technical construction and surety claims, transportation defense claims, and survival and wrongful death claims.
At the outset of all her cases, Tania weighs whether an action will be worth her clients’ time, money, and resources and plots the most efficient way to get them the outcome that works best for them. As a result, Tania zealously resolves cases in favor of her clients both at trial advocating before judges and juries in state courts, federal courts, and bankruptcy courts across the country and pre-trial through summary judgment and settlement. Additionally, as a certified mediator, Tania is able to quickly key into the needs of other mediators as well as arbitrators, arbitration panels, and administrative law judges to successfully represent her clients.
Outside of the office, Tania serves as a board member for Mental Health America of Greater Dallas. She also serves as a board member and chief executive officer for The Sigma Sigma Rho Foundation, Inc. for which she spearheaded the corporate base, drafted the bylaws, and secured 501(c)(3) status.