Lauren Tabaksblat is a Partner and a Practice Group Leader of the Firm’s Litigation & Arbitration Practice Group. She represents clients through all stages of complex commercial litigation from pre-litigation advisory services through trial and appeal. Lauren has extensive experience handling complex real estate disputes, civil RICO and other securities actions, professional malpractice, tax, insurance and other high stakes matters. She regularly represents publicly traded companies, private corporations, and high net worth individuals in high stake disputes in state and federal courts and arbitrations throughout the country.
In addition to Benchmark Litigation’s 40 & Under Hot List ranking, Lauren was named a Law360 Rising Star in the Trials category, one of only five attorneys recognized in this category nationwide. Lauren was profiled in The American Lawyer article “How I Made Practice Group Leader: ‘Seize Every Opportunity to Gain as Much Experience as Possible,’ Says Lauren Tabaksblat of Brown Rudnick.” Lauren has also been recognized as a Leading Lady in Real Estate by Real Estate Weekly and as one of the Women Worth Watching by the Diversity Journal. She was awarded the Euromoney LMG Americas Women in Business Law 2020 Litigation Rising Star award. Lauren earned her J.D. from New York University School of Law and her B.A., cum laude, from Barnard College, Columbia University.
Among many notable representations, Lauren and Brown Rudnick Litigation & Arbitration Practice Group Chair Michael Bowe filed a lawsuit against MindGeek, the parent company of tubesite Pornhub, various of its affiliates, owners, and officers, as well as Visa, on behalf of over 30 victims of child pornography, rape, and human trafficking. For their groundbreaking work, Michael and Lauren were profiled by The American Lawyer Litigation Daily article “Meet the Brown Rudnick Duo Pursuing Human Trafficking Claims Against Pornhub.”
Michael and Lauren are also representing Blueprint Capital Advisors, the only Black asset manager in New Jersey, against New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, The New Jersey Department of the Treasury and Division of Investment, BlackRock Alternative Advisors, and Cliffwater LLC, in a landmark racial equality case.
Updated Sep 2021