At Wolf Popper, Radha Raghavan has been involved in representing clients in several securities and consumer fraud class actions in state and federal courts across the country. Her representative matters include:
Neil Ross v. Lineage Cell Therapeutics, et. al., Court of Chancery of the State of Delaware, Case No.: C.A. No. 2019-0822-LWW
Jan Martinek v. AmTrust Financial Services, Inc., et. al., Southern District Court of New York, Case No.: 1:19-cv-08034-KPF
Kenneth Keslar II v. Emerus / BHS SA Thousand Oaks, LLC et. al., Texas State Court, Case No.: 2020-CI-1862
Kana Liu v. Dignity Health, et. al., Superior Court of the State of California, Case No.: 19STCV21296
In Re. Arlene Spencer, Texas State Court, Case No.: 2021-64424
Radha completed her law degree from University Law College, Bangalore University, India (BA.L., LL.B., 2014) where she was valedictorian for the Bachelor of Academic Law (BA.L.) program. Subsequently, she earned a masters of law degree from NYU School of Law (LL.M., 2015). Radha has previously worked with well-reputed dispute firms in India and New York specializing in international disputes. She has represented clients in international arbitrations under the UNCITRAL and ICC rules and has also worked on litigation matters in India. Radha has also interned at the New York Supreme Court.