Mr. Ganjam has represented clients in state and federal courts through all phases of litigation (including discovery, motion practice, and trials). Mr. Ganjam has experience in pre-trial workup, e-discovery, motion practice, expert retention and workup, and taking depositions. Mr. Ganjam’s e-discovery experience includes coordinating discovery and document productions for same subject matter lawsuits pending across multiple jurisdictions, preparing and defending extensive paper and electronic document collections and reviews, updating and defending legacy document collections, negotiating ESI agreements, and responding to complex demands for electronic data.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Ganjam represented major pharmaceutical and medical device companies in the defense of product liability lawsuits, with a focus on mass tort proceedings.
Mr. Ganjam received his JD from the University of Michigan Law School, where he was a Dean’s Scholar and graduated cum laude, and his BA in Economics from the University of California-Davis, where he graduated with honors. Prior to law school, Sanjeet was an economic consultant, with a focus on expert witness preparation and workup in complex litigation.
Secured dismissal of a chemical manufacturer and supplier in a cleanroom toxic tort lawsuit with no monetary payment.
Secured damages owed under a liquidation clause of a multi-year supply contract before significant litigation expenditures.
Defended in arbitration a fungicide supplier in a product contamination case.
Secured dismissal of a medical device manufacturer in a product liability lawsuit with a nominal monetary payment.
Briefed on Appeal the denial of a post-conviction application for DNA testing for a death-row client.
Successfully defended underage mother in a Child Protective Services hearing to establish jurisdiction over her and her daughter.
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