Ms. Kundra is a 1994 graduate of the law school. While at WCL, her course work emphasized tax, accounting and finance issues.
Ms. Kundra is a tax litigator and advisor at Kundra & Associates. She works aggressively to solve current problems and prevent future controversies. The firm's clients include businesses, non-profit entities, entrepreneurs and individuals seeking legal tax and financial counseling. Ms. Kundra's practice is nationwide. Through the span of Ms. Kundra's legal career, she has consistently focused on tax litigation, controversy, business, and planning issues.Ms. Kundra has successfully litigated and settled numerous civil and criminal tax cases, structured various business entities and resolved a number of legal tax audits, controversy matters and divorce tax issues.
While working at the Office of Financial Enforcement, U.S. Department of Treasury, Ms. Kundra focused on money laundering issues and violations of the Bank Secrecy Act. This was in addition to handling administrative law appeals at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Ms. Kundra also performed financial analysis for the Bakery & Confectionery Union and International Pension Fund.
In August 2007, Ms. Kundra was interviewed by Fox 5 News for the segment Maryland Comptroller's Office Names Top 50 Tax Defaulters, regarding state of Maryland officials seeking more than $6 million from delinquent taxpayers.