Taryn’s practice includes a wide range of high-stakes, complex cases with a large focus on products liability and mass tort litigation. Taryn takes pride in her ability to identify, candidly communicate, and resolve difficult issues for her clients.
Taryn has represented an extensive range of clients, including premises owners, landlords, contractors, distributors, suppliers and manufacturers. In that capacity, Taryn has secured numerous dismissals both by stipulation and motions practice.
Notable representative matters include summary judgment in favor of exercise equipment manufacturer facing a 7-figure damages award; summary judgment of asbestos-related claims in favor of supplier defendant; numerous voluntary dismissals of claims following discovery and informal negotiations. In her second year of practice, Taryn single-handedly tried a quiet title case to an Oregon judge and secured a judgment in favor of her clients.
Taryn has been consistently selected for leadership roles within the various committees and programs in which she has participated. Most recently, Taryn was one of twenty attorneys nationwide selected for participation in the American Bar Association‘s leadership academy. As a result, Taryn will be automatically placed in leadership within the American Bar Association. Beginning in fall 2022, Taryn will serve as the ABA TIPS Litigation Trial Practice Committee’s Newsletter Vice Chair. Taryn also serves on the Board of Directors for Westside Community Focus, a non-profit organization committed to assisting adults with developmental disabilities.
Taryn graduated from the University of Idaho College of Law in 2016. There, she served as the Director of Social Relations for the Idaho Law Review, was a Legal Research and Writing Teaching Assistant, worked as a Research Assistant for a Constitutional Law professor and a Uniform Commercial Code professor. For several years following her first bar admission, Taryn tutored Barbri bar students.
Prior to joining Corr Cronin, Taryn was an attorney at an AmLaw 100 law firm in Seattle, where she litigated high value cases. Before beginning her practice, Taryn clerked for the Honorable John Melanson of the Idaho Court of Appeals.