Ana Tagvoryan is a Partner at the law firm of Blank Rome, LLP. She serves as the vice chair of Blank Rome, LLP’s corporate litigation practice group and co-chair of its class action defense team.
She has more than a decade of experience defending companies and principals against complex consumer individual and class action claims, fighting abuses of the class action system, and achieving significant results in appellate courts. In fact, she is one of only a handful of attorneys successfully petitioning the United States Supreme Court for review of an appellate ruling affecting separation of powers and judicial deference in federal class action litigation. Her complex corporate litigation practice concentrates on litigating and advocating for fair interpretation of laws as they pertain to consumer fraud, data privacy, online and telephone marketing, false advertising, e-commerce, and regulatory and statutory compliance issues, across various industries.
Ms. Tagvoryan earned a B.A. from Loyola Marymount University and a J.D. from Pepperdine University School of Law. Before joining Blank Rome, Ana was a corporate litigation attorney at DLA Piper. Ms. Tagvoryan is an ardent indoor cyclist and coffee enthusiast, always looking for the newest and best trends in the two things that help her give her best to her three kids, husband, and clients.