Safia G. Hussain has more than a decade of experience defending consumer and industry class actions, with emphasis in consumer fraud, false advertising, privacy, online and telephone marketing, and regulatory and statutory compliance. She also has experience litigating entertainment, media, and intellectual property disputes; complex financial matters; and securities fraud claims. Safia represents clients in state and federal courts across the nation and is experienced in alternative dispute resolution processes, including mediation and arbitration. She is also an effective negotiator, having successfully settled numerous matters pre- and post-litigation.
During law school, Safia was a semifinalist in the William H. Mulligan Moot Court competition, and served as a notes and articles editor of the Fordham Law Review, where her article “Attacking the Dog-Bite Epidemic: Why Breed-Specific Legislation Won’t Solve the Dangerous-Dog Dilemma,” was published in 2006.
Safia enjoys volunteering for community enhancement projects, photography, and automotive and motorcycle sports. She also loves to travel.