Sharma named one of the “Top 50 Asian American in Business”

Sharma named one of the “Top 50 Asian American in Business”

Asian American Business Development Center to recognize Saul Ewing’s Diversity & Inclusion Chair with its 2017 Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business Award

(Baltimore, MD - 2017-05-09)

Saul Ewing LLP, a full service law firm with more than 270 lawyers in 11 East Coast offices, today announced that Indira Sharma, special counsel in the firm’s Commercial Litigation Practice, has been selected to receive the 2017 Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business Award.

This honor from the Asian American Business Development Center (AABDC) recognizes the achievements of Asian American business professionals across the United States, including entrepreneurs, professionals and corporate executives who are engaged in a wide range of business interests. Based in New York City, the AABDC is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting greater recognition of the contributions of Asian American businesses to the economy.​

Sharma focuses her commercial litigation practice in state and federal courts with an emphasis on real estate litigation and contract disputes. She also represents clients in a broad range of other litigation disputes involving class actions, commercial leases, estates, environmental issues and non-compete agreements. Resident in the firm’s Baltimore office, Sharma is chair of the Diversity & Inclusion Committee and a driving force behind the firm’s diversity initiatives.

Sharma has also been recognized for her professional accomplishments through her selection by The Daily Record this year as one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women and in 2016 as a Very Important Professional (VIP) Successful by 40. She has also been included on the Rising Stars list in Maryland Super Lawyers Magazine annually since 2013.

Sharma and the other 49 honorees will be recognized at a Gala Award Dinner on June 20, 2017 in New York City. More than 600 government, business and civic leaders are expected to attend this black-tie event. ​