As a former deputy public defender, Ms. Sujeeth represented hundreds of indigent clients through every step of the criminal justice system, from arraignment through trial. She also drafted and argued appeals before the Appellate Division of the Superior Court of California. In her current practice, Ms. Sujeeth represents individuals and companies that are the subject of a criminal investigation or have been charged with a crime, as well as third-party witnesses.
In the government contracts arena, Ms. Sujeeth represents government contractors in the full spectrum of litigation matters, from bid protests to internal investigations to contract disputes. She also advises clients on a variety of procurement issues including prevailing wage requirements, contract changes, the False Claims Act, procurement integrity and lobbying regulations. Ms. Sujeeth has substantial experience litigating before the General Accountability Office, the Court of Federal Claims, and various state and federal trial courts.
Ms. Sujeeth’s commercial litigation practice focuses on breach of contract, fraud and trade secret disputes. She also has represented companies, directors and officers in federal and state securities class actions, shareholder derivative suits, and regulatory investigations. With her ability to quickly understand thorny cases and her significant trial experience, Ms. Sujeeth is able to efficiently and strategically drive matters forward and produce excellent results for her clients.
Ms. Sujeeth served as an arbitrator for the Attorney Fee Disputes Committee for the Bar Association of San Francisco and is the former chair of the Litigation Section Executive Committee. She also served as the chair of the Associated General Contractors of California (AGC) Legal Advisory Committee.
J.D., The University of Chicago, The Law School
Ann Watson Barber Outstanding Service Award
B.A., Stanford University
District of Columbia