Talia’s practice focuses on the defense of large tobacco companies in complex litigation.

Talia sits on the board of directors for the Miami-Dade Chapter of the Florida Association for Women Lawyers, serves as a board trustee for the Dade County Defense Bar Association and mentors with the Dade County Bar Association, Young Lawyers Section, Bar Passage Program.

Talia earned her Juris Doctor, summa cum laude, from Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center. During law school, she served as an associate editor of the Nova Law Review and received book awards for Contracts, Civil Procedure and Property, as well as Criminal Procedure, Construction Law and Civil Pre-Trial Practice.


Frank Cruz-Alvarez & Talia Zucker, Eighth Circuit Creates New Class Action Fairness Act Requirement, Sends Case to State Court, The Legal Pulse (Washington Legal Foundation), Apr. 16, 2014. 

Frank Cruz-Alvarez & Talia M. Zucker, Will ‘Sea Change’ in Florida Class Action Standards Unleash a Flood of Suits?, The Legal Pulse (Washington Legal Foundation), Feb. 19, 2013. 

Frank Cruz-Alvarez & Talia M. Zucker, The Food Court Stays Open: Preemption Defense in Food Labeling Class Action Rejected, The Legal Pulse (Washington Legal Foundation), Dec. 12, 2012. 

Frank Cruz-Alvarez & Talia Zucker, Kentucky’s Use of Contingent-Fee Counsel in Vioxx Suit Questioned in Court, The Legal Pulse (Washington Legal Foundation), Apr. 16, 2012. 

Frank Cruz-Alvarez & Talia Storch, "No Injury" Class Action Plaintiffs Found to Lack Legal Standing, Washington Legal Foundation Legal Opinion Letter, Sept. 9, 2011.

Talia Storch, Medical Peer Review in Florida: Is the Privilege Under Attack?, 32 Nova L. Rev. 269 (2008).