Sanjay Nangia has experience in both litigation and transactional matters. He has represented clients in numerous types of litigation, including antitrust, media, intellectual property (copyright, trademark, trade secret, patent), contract, tort, employment, class action, environmental, and municipal law. He has experience drafting and arguing motions handling discovery matters including taking of depositions; and negotiating settlements.
Sanjay also has counseled clients, including small businesses and non-profits, regarding intellectual property rights and risks, business entity formation, contract drafting and negotiation, joint ventures, employment, transactions, privacy, and other matters.
On the pro bono side, Sanjay advises the Digital Game Museum, a non-profit dedicated to the preservation and study of digital games. Additionally, Sanjay works with the Santa Clara County Public Defender’s Office on criminal matters, such as fraud or embezzlement cases.
Sanjay’s background in electrical engineering enables him to assist clients on a wide range of media and technology issues. In law school, Sanjay advised entrepreneurs in launching their businesses through his work at Northwestern’s Entrepreneurship Law Center. He also spent significant time honing his litigation skills at the Center on Wrongful Convictions.