Shipra Kumar is a litigator who focuses her practice on securities litigation and commercial litigation. She represents broker/dealers, financial advisors, and individuals in a wide range of securities industry-related matters. She represents clients involved in intra-industry business disputes and customer arbitration claims involving allegations of suitability issues, unauthorized trading, and other sales practice violations. She also advises and defends clients in investigations brought by regulators, including FINRA and the SEC.
In connection with her commercial litigation practice, Shipra represents various corporations and entities in complex business disputes. She advises clients on a diverse range of matters, including contract disputes and other business tort claims.
Prior to joining to Matasar Jacobs, Shipra investigated public corruption at the Agency of the Inspector General of Cuyahoga County.
Shipra is an active member of local bar associations, including the Ohio Women’s Bar Association and the Asian American Bar Association. She also serves as an officer of the South Asian Bar Association of Ohio.
Case Western Reserve University School of Law, J.D. (2015); Journal of Law-Medicine, Executive Notes Editor
University of Pittsburgh, B.S., magna cum laude (2012)
State Bar of Ohio