- J.D.Duke University School of Law2014
- B.A.University of North Carolina at Chapel Hillwith distinction, Phi Beta Kappa2011
Nina Gupta is a Senior Associate in the Litigation Department. Her practice focuses on complex civil litigation, white collar criminal defense, and government and internal investigations.
Prior to joining Miller & Chevalier, Ms. Gupta was an associate at Paul Hastings, where she focused on white collar criminal defense, government and internal investigations, and appellate litigation. Prior to joining Paul Hastings, she served as a Law Clerk for the Honorable Robert L. Hinkle in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida. While at Duke University School of Law, Ms. Gupta won the Dean's Cup Moot Court Competition and served as Notes and Research Editor of Law & Contemporary Problems, on the Executive Board of the Moot Court Board, and as a Student Attorney for the Wrongful Convictions Clinic.
District of Columbia
- Law Clerk, The Honorable Robert L. Hinkle, United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida, 2014 - 2015
Washington, DC, October 26, 2018 – Miller & Chevalier Chartered proudly announces that the firm was named as one of the top 30 investigations practices globally in the Glob
Miller & Chevalier is pleased to announce that the firm was one of only five law firms in Washington, DC, to increase its commitment level to the D.C. Bar's Raising the Bar campaign.
Washington, DC, October 27, 2017 – Miller & Chevalier Chartered proudly announces that the firm was named as one of the top 30 investigations practices globally in the Glob
Since our last publication, there has been significant activity in some of the most noteworthy government investigations impacting corporate executives. Key developments include:
The first half of 2018 saw several significant developments in government investigations that impact corporate executives. Since our last publication, the Department of Justice (DOJ):
In this article, Amelia Hairston-Porter and Nina Gupta discuss the $2 million criminal penalty paid by Transport Logistics International Inc.