Sudhir is an environmental and commercial litigation attorney with Lewis Brisbois LLP. She has counseled and litigated for clients on a variety of natural resources and environmental laws, including the Clean Water Act, storm water control regulations, California’s Porter-Cologne Act, the federal and California Superfund statutes, the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery and California hazardous waste control laws, the National Environmental Policy Act, the California Environmental Quality Act, California’s Proposition 65, and the Endangered Species Act. Sudhir has represented private and municipal entities in infrastructure projects, including the construction of highways, mixed use developments, and coastal developments. Sudhir has prosecuted and defended public and private entities in three groundwater contamination cases. Sudhir has advised companies on compliance with industrial storm water discharge requirements under the Clean Water Act and state environmental laws.
Sudhir’s commercial litigation practice includes representing clients in breach of contract, malicious prosecution, fraud, shareholder derivative, unfair competition, trademark, and trade secrets actions. Sudhir has also represented clients in takings claims, Brown Act matters, and real estate disputes.
Sudhir earned a master’s in environmental law from The George Washington University Law School. During her time in the Washington, D.C., area, she clerked for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of the Interior.
Outside of the office, Sudhir enjoys cycling, hiking, traveling, and spending time with her family.