Stuti Venkat is an associate in the Business Litigation group at the firm’s Boston office. She focuses her practice on all aspects of business litigation and represents clients in intellectual property, real estate, and employment disputes in federal, state, and appellate courts. Stuti handles contractual disputes and business torts involving unfair trade practices, misrepresentation, negligence, and fraud.
A tenacious and empathetic counselor, Stuti prioritizes her clients’ needs as the driving force behind all case strategies. She perseveres until every problem is solved and works with her clients to create pragmatic and efficient plans that best achieve their goals. Stuti knows the value of the trust and confidence clients place in her and ensures they are heard and supported throughout the litigation process.
LL.M in American Law (with a concentration in IP), Boston University School of Law
B.A. and LL.B (H) [JD Equivalent], Amity Law School, Delhi (affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University)
Eastern District of New York
- First-chaired jury trial in a real estate case; served as lead drafter of pre-trial motions.
- Second-chaired Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court appeal concerning the effects of Covid-19 shutdown on promissory notes.
- Second-chaired jury trial in trade secrets case, resulting in a favorable settlement; served as lead drafter of pre-trials motions.
- Lead drafter of complaint and preliminary injunction briefing in a copyright and trademark case for an internationally renowned psycholinguist, resulting in a favorable settlement.
- Manage all phases and aspects of commercial litigation, including pre-litigation, motion drafting, depositions, trials, and settlement negotiations.
- Lead counsel and drafter of dispositive motions and preliminary injunction motions in state and federal courts.
South Asian Bar Association
Boston Bar Association
Women’s Bar Association
American Bar Association, Intellectual Property Law Section
“Meet the Small/Midsize Firms”, Panelist, Boston University School of Law First Generation Professionals, November 2023