Tamar is a dedicated and creative commercial litigator who represents clients in a wide range of complex commercial litigation matters including securities, contract, First Amendment, and real estate cases in jurisdictions nationwide. She handles both individual and class actions. Tamar also has an extensive appellate practice in both state and federal appellate courts. In 2019, Tamar second-chaired a high-profile First Amendment victory before the United States Supreme Court in Manhattan Community Access Center v. Halleck. Tamar is also regularly called upon to counsel on defamation and libel issues and cases and has secured important rulings for clients in this evolving legal and Constitutional space.
Tamar has significant experience with commercial and securities cases spanning a wide range of industries including financial services and investments, mortgage lending, and aviation. She has successfully briefed and argued motions at all stages of litigation.
In 2019, Tamar was selected as one of New York City's 40 Under 40 Rising Stars by City and State Magazine. She was also recognized as a New York Metro Super Lawyers-Rising Star from 2012 to 2018. Tamar speaks and writes regularly in legal and business publications, and most recently was an invited panelist at the 32nd Annual Media & The Law Seminar on the topic of the First Amendment and social media control. Additionally, Tamar served on the New York County Democratic Committee’s 2022 Civil Court Independent Judicial Screening Panel. Prior to joining Cozen O’Connor, Tamar was an associate in the New York office of a top-ranked international law firm.
Tamar graduated cum laude from Yale University with a degree in history and earned her law degree from New York University School of Law, where she was the recipient of the American Corporate Counsel scholarship and a staff editor of the Journal of Law and Business. Tamar is admitted to practice in New York and Pennsylvania.