As a trial associate in Dorsey’s Commercial Litigation Group, Maral utilizes strategic, creative thinking to represent clients in antitrust matters and investigations in front of the Department of Justice and complex commercial disputes involving a broad range of business tort, contract, fraud, and trade secret misappropriation matters in state and federal courts. She has a wide range of experience navigating all aspects of litigation on behalf of both individual and corporate clients from pre-litigation strategy, discovery, depositions, and motion practice through trial, and appeals.
In addition to ligation, Maral represents clients in a variety of employment law matters and vigorously represents pro bono clients in civil rights and other related matters.
- Participated as counsel in two Second Requests by the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act.
- Chaired a $140 million commuter rail public-private partnership dispute in 4-week bench trial.
- Currently representing tax consulting company in a trade misappropriation claim under the DTSA.
News & Resources
News & Press Mentions
- “Does LaFond Address Common Law Fiduciary Duties of LLC Members?” by Reid Allred and Maral Shoaei, July 2015
- Presenter, “10 Best Practices for an Efficient Privilege Review,” November 2020
Industries & Practices
- Banking & Financial Institutions
- Commercial Litigation
- Energy & Natural Resources
- ERISA Litigation
- Insurance Law
- International Arbitration & Litigation
- Labor & Employment
Professional & Civic
- 2021 Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) Pathfinder Program
- Jessup International Law Moot Court Team at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Assistant Coach
- Center of Legal Inclusiveness-Young Lawyer’s Division, Co-Chair
- Colorado Bar Association, Member