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Anjali Srinivasan specializes in high-stakes complex litigation. Whether her clients are large, well-established technology companies facing patent infringement claims, early-stage start-ups dealing with a founder’s dispute, or a longstanding family businesses engaged in employment litigation, Anjali strives to understand her client’s goals and help them efficiently meet them.

While Ms. Srinivasan focuses on strategies that bring her clients’ legal disputes to a positive and early resolution, she is also an experienced trial lawyer and can effectively take cases to trial, when necessary. She understands there is no one-size-fits-all approach and works to develop creative strategies to allow each of her clients to maximize their unique litigation goals. 

Ms. Srinivasan also maintains an active pro bono practice that includes reproductive justice cases, excessive force and wrongful conviction matters, and immigration cases.  She submitted an amicus brief to the United States Supreme Court on behalf of 154 economists in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health case. She formerly served as an Assistant District Attorney in the San Francisco District Attorney's office where she investigated and prosecuted police misconduct cases and reviewed wrongful conviction matters. She also clerked for the Hon. Thelton E. Henderson of the Northern District of California and the Hon. Barrington D. Parker of the Second Circuit Court of Appeals.

Anjali Srinivasan specializes in high-stakes complex litigation. Whether her clients are large, well-established technology companies facing patent infringement claims, early-stage start-ups dealing with a founder’s dispute, or a longstanding family businesses engaged in employment litigation, Anjali strives to understand her client’s goals and help them efficiently meet them.

While Ms. Srinivasan focuses on strategies that bring her clients’ legal disputes to a positive and early resolution, she is also an experienced trial lawyer and can effectively take cases to trial, when necessary. She understands there is no one-size-fits-all approach and works to develop creative strategies to allow each of her clients to maximize their unique litigation goals. 

Ms. Srinivasan also maintains an active pro bono practice that includes reproductive justice cases, excessive force and wrongful conviction matters, and immigration cases.  She submitted an amicus brief to the United States Supreme Court on behalf of 154 economists in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health case. She formerly served as an Assistant District Attorney in the San Francisco District Attorney's office where she investigated and prosecuted police misconduct cases and reviewed wrongful conviction matters. She also clerked for the Hon. Thelton E. Henderson of the Northern District of California and the Hon. Barrington D. Parker of the Second Circuit Court of Appeals.

Keker, Van Nest & Peters CLE Workshop 2022

January 21, 2022

This 2-day program, 1/24/22 and 1/25/22, qualifies for 6 hours of general CLE credit, 1 hour of ethics credit, and 1 hour of elimination of bias credit. Read more

Keker, Van Nest & Peters Promotes Three Attorneys to Partner

01/1/2022

Keker, Van Nest & Peters is pleased to announce that the firm has elevated David Rosen, Travis Silva, and Anjali Srinivasan to its partnership effective January 1, 2022. Read more

Keker, Van Nest & Peters, on Behalf of 154 Distinguished Economists, Urges SCOTUS to Uphold Roe and Casey

September 20, 2021

Lawyers from Keker, Van Nest & Peters filed an amicus brief on behalf of more than 150 distinguished economists today, in support of the Jackson Women’s Health Organization, to urge the United States Supreme Court to affirm a federal appellate court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization holding that pre-viability abortions are constitutionally protected. Read more

ACLU of Northern California Sues San Francisco Police Department for Excessive Force, False Arrest on Behalf of 23-Year-Old Black Man

09/15/2015

The lawsuit was filed on behalf of Travis Hall, a Black 23-year-old San Francisco graphic designer and a recent Fordham University graduate, who was unlawfully detained, beaten and arrested by SFPD officers. Read more

ACLU & KVN Announce Civil Rights Complaint Filed Against Police Department

09/09/2015

Ajay Krishnan and his team have partnered with the ACLU on behalf of young black man who was beaten by San Francisco police. Read more