Pooja A. Boisture
Pooja Boisture is a litigation associate to whom clients turn for help with their most complex commercial matters. Pooja combines her ability to think creatively with her disciplined study of relevant laws and regulations to assist her clients in court and before regulatory agencies. She's helped clients assess and strategically respond to government inquiries, and is skilled in defending clients during depositions.
Pooja's practice focuses on government investigations and contract disputes, with special emphasis on representing accounting firms. She has also represented major corporations in class action disputes and is experienced in securities litigation defense.
In a pro bono capacity, Pooja successfully obtained class relief for thousands of low-income public housing tenants suffering from asthma. She is chair of the Asian Attorney Affinity Group and a member of the firm's diversity committee. She is also a member of the Federal Bar Council American Inn of Court.
Pooja graduated from Columbia Law School as a Harlan Fiske Stone scholar and received a B.S. in biology and philosophy from Boston College. In law school, she served as articles editor for the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law.
Defended Big Four accounting firm in SEC investigation relating to expense allocation review of major global investment firm.
Represented Big Four accounting firm in SEC investigation relating to audit of international telecommunications services operator.
Represented publicly traded medical device manufacturer in putative securities fraud class action re: restating previously issued financial statements.
Represented international consumer electronics manufacturer in contract dispute relating to company's acquisition by major computer brand.