Education

  • Santa Clara University School of Law, J.D., 2006, Dean’s list
  • Santa Clara Law Review, Technical Editor, 2005-2006
  • University of California at Berkeley, B.A. Economics, 2002

Admissions

  • Admitted to practice before all state and federal courts in California.

Experience

  • Sweta has extensive experience representing management in all types of employment litigation suits from inception to resolution before California state courts and Federal courts.  She handles both single plaintiff and class action employment law suits on issues such as discrimination, harassment and wage and hour.   Sweta often provides advice to employers concerning compliance with state and federal laws.
  • Sweta also represents employers in pre-litigation administrative charges before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, as well as before similar administrative agencies throughout the country.  She also handles retaliation claims before the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board.
  • Sweta has broad litigation experience, including factual investigation, motion practice, discovery, depositions, alternative dispute resolution, and trial preparation.
  • Sweta also has represented business in a variety of products liability, personal injury and general commercial litigation matters.

Publications

  • “The Right to Submit ‘Testimony’ Via 911 Emergency After Crawford v. Washington,” Issue 3, Santa Clara Law Review, 2005–2006.

Hobbies & Interests

  • Spend time with family and handsome son.
  • Travel, explore new restaurants, bake, and create photo books on Shutterfly.
  • Passionate San Francisco Giants fan thanks to her husband who follows all 162 games each season.

 

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