Farheen Kaleem


District of ColumbiaMaryland


Washington DC

1233 20th Street NW 8th Floor

Washington, DC 20036

Practice Areas

Alternative Dispute Resolution



Entertainment, Sports & Recreation

Food Retailers & Manufacturers



Premises Liability



Farheen is an associate in the firm’s District of Columbia office with several years of experience litigating cases in Maryland and the District of Columbia. Farheen defends businesses and individuals in litigation matters involving personal injury, construction/design defects, products liability, employment discrimination, whistleblower complaints, transportation, medical malpractice, premise liability, general negligence matters as well as mental health provider litigation counseling.

Prior to joining the firm, Farheen worked as a trial attorney successfully representing individuals in personal injury, workers’ compensation and child welfare matters throughout Maryland and the District of Columbia. Farheen has extensive experience in civil litigation, client counseling and preparation, mediation, case negotiation and settlement.

Court Admissions

  • District of Columbia
  • Maryland
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland
  • U.S. Tax Court

Notable Matters

  • Representing an international apparel and home fashions retailer in personal injury matters
  • Defending a large transit agency in mass tort event
  • Representing a primary insurer of a developer of a mixed-use development involving a substantial construction defects matter
  • Representing primary insurers in personal injury matters
  • Representing employer in a whistleblower matter
  • Representing employer in a race discrimination matter
  • Representing a HBCU in a personal injury matter
  • Representing international food retailers in premises liability matters


  • University of Baltimore, School of Law, J.D., 2010
  • University of San Diego, L.L.M. Taxation, 2018
  • University of Maryland, College Park, B.S. Marketing, 2001