Anjula Garg focuses her practice on white collar and corporate criminal matters and general commercial litigation. Anjula has conducted numerous formal and informal investigations on behalf of companies in the financial services, pharmaceutical and healthcare industries regarding accounting irregularities, conflicts of interest and regulatory compliance matters. She has responded to governmental subpoenas on behalf of corporate clients and represented individuals, private entities and public companies in connection with criminal and regulatory investigations conducted by the U.S. Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission, among other regulatory agencies. Anjula advises corporate clients on optimizing internal controls and corporate governance, revising business codes of conduct and designing policies and procedures to enhance statutory and regulatory compliance.
Within BakerHostetler, Anjula is the Pro Bono Legal Services Coordinator for the New York office. In her pro bono work, Anjula represents individuals on various types of cases, including immigration asylum, death penalty, divorce and child custody and civil rights actions. Anjula has been honored as Empire State Counsel by the New York State Bar Association for her pro bono work performed. Anjula is also a member of BakerHostetler’s Women’s Steering Committee.
Anjula previously served as an Assistant District Attorney in the Queens County District Attorney’s Office. While there, she prosecuted felony and misdemeanor offenders and served as a rider for the Major Case/Gang Violence Hate Crimes Program through the Supreme Court Bureau.
2/12/2013 - Highlights of Recently Released FATCA Regulations
1/17/2012 - Baker Hostetler Announces New Partners
12/22/2011 - Baker Hostetler and inMotion Host Holiday Donation Presentation Breakfast for New York City Family Justice Center