Khari E. Taustin
Ms. Taustin practices in the areas of equine law and financial services litigation. Khari graduated magna cum laude from University of Miami School of Law where she served as Research and Writing Editor for the University of Miami Business Law Review. Khari was inducted into Iron Arrow Honor Society--the highest honor attained at the University of Miami. While attending law school, Khari worked with the National Employment Law Project, Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center, was a fellow with the Children, Youth Law Clinic, and a HOPE fellow with the Public Interest Resource Center.
Khari currently represents corporate clients in litigation claims by evaluating both pre-litigation and litigation matters. In her capacity as a financial services attorney, Khari develops case analyses, settlement strategies, and attends mediations.
Khari has been a competitor on the national hunter/jumper circuit for most of her life, and has worked one-on-one with large animal veterinarians throughout her early equestrian career. Khari is devoted to assisting clients with national and international contracting relating to equine sales and purchase and/or lease agreements. Her practice includes negotiations, and supervision during the veterinary examinations for purchases and sale. In the event that issues cannot be resolved, Khari represents clients both initiating and defending civil proceedings.
- Franklin and Marshall College B.A., magna cum laude, 2005
- University of Miami School of Law J.D., magna cum laude, 2010
- Professional Background:
- Florida Bar, 2010
- District of Columbia Bar, 2012
- Research and Writing Editor, University of Miami Business Law Review
- Member of Palm Beach County Bar Association, Florida Bar Association, American Bar Association
- Equestrian Committee for the Wellington, Florida Chamber of Commerce
- Still in ‘The Jungle’: Labor, Immigration, and the Search for a New Common Ground in the Wake of Iowa’s Meatpacking Raids, 18 U. Miami Bus. L. Rev. 283 (2010).