SNS PLC Mission and Practice Focus

Since 2002, SNS PLC (Sanjiv N. Singh, A Professional Law Corporation) has provided strategic business and legal insight and critical representation in high stakes litigation matters, representing clients in a range of matters including catastrophic injury and wrongful death lawsuits against large corporate defendants, general corporate litigation, high stakes IP and employment litigation (both on defense and plaintiff matters including wrongful termination, breach of contract, breach of joint venture, breach of non disclosure agreements, breach of licensing agreements, misappropriation, tortious interference, and defamation in the commercial setting) and also providing niche services related to health care litigation. SNS PLC is also well equipped to handle transactional matters and has provided strategic counselling in private equity deals, nondisclosure agreements, joint ventures, corporate restructuring, and IP licensing.

The SNS PLC mission is simple: to deliver large firm services with boutique quality, without the administrative overhead and with close attention to strategy and results. SNS PLC has joined forces on high value litigation and transactions with numerous firms, including Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP, The Perles Law Firm, Kabateck LLP, GTC Law Group LLP, Law Offices of Kenneth Absalom, Universal Legal (an affiliate of The Chugh Firm), Nishith Desai & Associates, Jacobs Law Group SF, and Bullivant, Houser & Bailey PC,  among others.

About Sanjiv N. Singh

Before founding SNS PLC in 2002, Sanjiv Singh practiced as an attorney in the Palo Alto office of Skadden, Arps, Slate Meagher & Flom LLP where he worked on both corporate transactions and corporate litigation for a variety of domestic and global clients. Sanjiv holds a B.A. from Harvard University, a J.D. from UCLA School of Law, an M.D. from UCSF School of Medicine, and completed his post graduate training in internal medicine from the Stanford University Department of Medicine.

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