Tanneika Minott is a member of Archer’s Business Litigation and Labor & Employment Practice Groups. Tanneika litigates matters involving a variety of legal issues, including labor and employment (Title VII discrimination and retaliation), contract disputes, business torts, constitutional violations, product liability, personal injury and toxic tort. She has represented clients across a wide variety of industries, including, but not limited to, financial institutions, pharmaceutical companies, medical device manufacturers, media corporations, governmental entities, health care providers, construction companies, and technology companies. Her practice encompasses all stages of the litigation process, including pretrial (counseling, investigation, negotiations, motion practice), trial preparation, and appellate practice.
Tanneika received her Juris Doctor from Duke University School of Law, where she served as an Editor of the Duke Law & Technology Review, and was active in the Duke Wrongful Convictions Clinic.
- Defended IT company against governmental allegations of fraudulent submission of visa applications.
- Represented pharmaceutical company in a DOJ investigation and a related Qui Tam action regarding fraudulent sales and marketing practices.
- Represented health care provider in audit regarding the submission of false claims for Medicaid reimbursement.
- Represented local government in law suit involving breach of construction agreement.
- Represented sports franchise in breach of contract action.
- Represented construction company in toxic tort litigation.
- Represented former prisoner in § 1983 action regarding injuries sustained while being transported.
Professional and Community Involvement
- Barristers’ Association of Philadelphia
- National Bar Association Women Lawyers Division
- Duke Law Regional Alumni Board