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Charuni P. Patibanda
CHARUNI P. PATIBANDA “Through diligent research and attention to detail we learn every aspect of the goals and challenges facing our clients. With this intimate understanding of the issues and the law, we deliver results.”

Charuni P. Patibanda

Associate

Los Angeles (downtown)

t: 310.282.6236
f: 310.785.3536
cpatibanda@glaserweil.com

Charuni P. Patibanda

Associate

Los Angeles (downtown)

Charuni Patibanda is an associate in Glaser Weil’s Government & Regulatory Law Department. Her experience is in local and Federal government issues, and previously represented large corporations in complex business litigation matters.

In addition to her litigation background, Ms. Patibanda brings quantitative experience to her practice from her time as an analyst for a leading automotive financial services company. She also served as a legal fellow for United States Senator Christopher A. Coons (Del.), focusing on issues for the Judiciary and Budget Committees.

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In her free time, Ms. Patibanda is active in local politics and enjoys volunteering for campaigns, and other non-profit organizations. In addition, she volunteers for many Downtown area organizations, working to address the homelessness crisis in Los Angeles.

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  • Practice Areas
  • Education
    • Emory University School of Law, J.D.

    • University of Southern California, B.A./M.A., Economics, cum laude

  • Federal and Patent Bar Admissions
    • U.S. District Court for the Central District of California

  • State Bar Admissions
    • California

  • Representative Matters
    • Advocated for a concert promoter in successfully overturning a decision of the Board of Commissioners for a City-owned outdoor concert venue.

    • Lobbied for the Board of Airport Commissioners and City Council to enact rules and regulations to increase oversight, insurance and safety measures on ride-share companies from operating at LAX.

    • Successfully represented a newly formed joint venture in securing a government contract to renovate and operate a VIP terminal at LAX.

    • Represented a municipal parking services company and successfully defended them against a bid protest filed to oppose a parking meter collection and counting contract.  Provided support on all aspects of this matter, including administrative law advocacy during the bid protest and lobbying to ensure the final contract was approved.

  • Associations
    • Shelter Partnership Associate Board

    • South Asian Bar Association

    • Women’s Law Association of Los Angeles

  • Practice Areas
  • Education
    • Emory University School of Law, J.D.

    • University of Southern California, B.A./M.A., Economics, cum laude

  • Federal and Patent Bar Admission
    • U.S. District Court for the Central District of California

  • State Bar Admissions
    • California

  • Representative Matters
    • Advocated for a concert promoter in successfully overturning a decision of the Board of Commissioners for a City-owned outdoor concert venue.

    • Lobbied for the Board of Airport Commissioners and City Council to enact rules and regulations to increase oversight, insurance and safety measures on ride-share companies from operating at LAX.

    • Successfully represented a newly formed joint venture in securing a government contract to renovate and operate a VIP terminal at LAX.

    • Represented a municipal parking services company and successfully defended them against a bid protest filed to oppose a parking meter collection and counting contract.  Provided support on all aspects of this matter, including administrative law advocacy during the bid protest and lobbying to ensure the final contract was approved.

  • Associations
    • Shelter Partnership Associate Board

    • South Asian Bar Association

    • Women’s Law Association of Los Angeles