Arpan Sura focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation, with a particular emphasis on disputes in the financial services and digital technology sectors. He represents clients in business litigation and arbitration; intellectual property litigation; securities litigation and enforcement matters; and a wide range of government investigations. Mr. Sura also maintains a robust pro bono practice, representing those adversely affected by governmental action at the administrative, trial, and appellate levels.
Mr. Sura is a graduate of William & Mary Law School, where he served as the lead articles editor of the William & Mary Law Review.
Litigation Representative Matters
Commercial Litigation and Arbitration
- Represented Vietnamese business as trial counsel in a three-day International Chamber of Commerce arbitration relating to breach of contract in the market for higher education services.
- Represents independent federal agency in multistate class action and appellate litigation relating to the tax and penalty immunities of federally-chartered corporations.
- Represents real estate investment trust in shareholder class action relating to the valuation of certain securities.
- Represents financial institution in multidistrict antitrust class action litigation and state court proceedings relating to allegations of bid-rigging in the financial markets.
- Represents leading software company in patent infringement actions relating to data processing systems.
- Represents patent owner in infringement actions relating to computer algorithms for intext, dynamic advertising.
- Assisted telecommunications provider in regulatory analysis of laws relating to wireless, satellite, and video programming.
Investigation and Enforcement
- Represented businesses under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission, including investigations relating to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
- Represented pharmaceutical companies under criminal and congressional investigations for the marketing and promotion of their drugs.