Former FAA Chief Counsel ARJUN GARG joins Hogan Lovells as partner in Washington D.C.
Former Chief Counsel and Acting Deputy Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Arjun Garg has joined the Hogan Lovells in the firm's Transportation Regulatory Practice as a Partner in Washington D.C.
The firm's Transportation Regulatory practice work is involved in advising leading transportation companies and government agencies to solve the industry's most complex regulatory, transactional and business issues. The team combines top-tier aviation, automotive, railroad, mobility, logistics and supply chain transportation regulatory practices in each of the world's major markets.
Arjun Garg has also served as the Chief Counsel of the Federal Transit Administration and as a U.S. Department of Justice trial attorney in the Federal Programs Branch of the Civil Division.
Arjun helps clients across all facets of aviation navigate regulatory and policy issues affecting their business and solve their most complex problems.
At the FAA, Arjun led the agency's legal strategy on the grounding, review, and safe return to service of the 737 MAX, and steered the agency through related congressional oversight, investigations, litigation, whistleblower complaints, and policy reforms.
Arjun is an established leader in the aviation industry whose clients benefit from his versatility. With experience as a regulator, litigator, and counselor, Arjun combines technical skill as a lawyer with the strategic perspective of an executive and the relationships of a senior government official. Drawing on this background, he helps clients across all facets of aviation navigate regulatory and policy issues affecting their business and solve their most complex problems.
Arjun has been practicing civil litigation for a decade and has expertise in administrative law, class action, and commercial matters as a trial attorney at the U.S. Department of Justice, as an associate at an international law firm, and a law clerk to the Hon. Thomas F. Hogan of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.