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A member of the firm’s Corporate practice, Sunita serves on client teams that represent businesses in a wide variety of strategic transactional matters, including mergers and acquisitions. She also assists biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies on commercial transactions, including supply and distribution agreements, development agreements, services agreements and licensing transactions.
Prior to joining the firm, Sunita worked as an intern in Verizon’s Legal Department, where she researched privacy, security, COPPA, customer liability disclosures, and disclaimers for a transactional, location-based mobile commerce project. She also assisted with Verizon’s M&A activity, corporate compliance initiatives, and litigation management.
During law school, Sunita interned for the Hon. Esther Salas of the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey. She also worked as a legal assistant for a small New York law firm, as an academic tutor at Rutgers University, and as an intern for The Advance Group, a company providing strategic consulting for political campaigns, nongovernmental organizations, and advocacy groups.
Sunita served as a student advocate in the Investor Advocacy Project at Seton Hall University School of Law, where she represented investors with limited income against financial advisors in claims of unsuitable investment strategies. She also represented clients in federal court through the law school’s District of New Jersey Settlement Conference Practicum and Southern District of New York Mediation Practicum in employment discrimination settlement conferences and mediation.