Maryam M. Meseha


(973) 631-0058
350 Mount Kemble Avenue
P.O. Box 1917
Morristown, NJ 07962

Maryam graduated, cum laude, from Pace University School of Law in 2011 where she served as a member of the editorial staff on the Pace Environmental Law Review.

As an advocate for small investors at the school’s Investor Rights’ Clinic, Maryam lodged complaints against investment brokers, conducted discovery and ultimately arbitrated before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”). She also published a chapter in the Handbook for Short Selling (Elsevier Publishing; 2011) called “Emerging Market Short Sales: Ambrosia or Kryptonite?”. Maryam further honed her litigation skills by clerking for Hon. Nicholas Colabella in New York Supreme Court of Westchester County and serving as a law clerk at a prominent Westchester County law firm where she participated in the litigation of various corporate, commercial and environmental law issues.

During the early portion of her career, Maryam’s practice focused on environmental, product liability and toxic tort claims, primarily in the realm of asbestos. She represented major Fortune 500 companies where she was responsible for developing defense strategy on a national basis. Maryam zealously advocated her client’s interests throughout all pre-trial and settlement phases, including conducting extensive discovery, filing dispositive motions and pre-trial designations.

This experience has allowed Maryam to expand her current practice areas to a commercial and corporate services context where she defends a variety of clients. Her practice area includes pharmaceutical litigation, product liability, business litigation and counseling. The skills she developed throughout law school and in her early career has allowed her to develop a comprehensive approach to a client’s dynamic needs.


Publications and Presentations

Co-author, Emerging Market Short Sales: Ambrosia or Kryptonite?, in
THE HANDBOOK OF SHORT SELLING (Elsevier Publishing) (2011)