Portrait of Shreya Gupta

Shreya Gupta : Principal

Shreya is highly knowledgeable, hard working and fearless.

Shreya is an expert in financial valuation and competition matters. She is the co-head of Oxera’s Intellectual Property (IP) practice, and she specialises in advising on economic and financial valuation issues in IP disputes—having acted as a named expert in such matters. Her IP experience spans a range of sectors including telecoms, hi-tech, life sciences and financial services.

She also leads Oxera teams working on high-profile disputes involving damages quantification and competition issues in the context of commercial litigation and international arbitration. She has worked extensively on disputes relating to breach of contract and post M&A issues. Her arbitration experience includes projects under the rules of the LCIA, ICC, SCAI, SCC, GCCCAC and PCA.

Shreya has been a faculty member for Global Arbitration Review’s (GAR) Academy on Damages in International Arbitration since 2023. She has been listed as a Future Leader in Who’s Who Legal (WWL) – Arbitration since 2021.

Shreya speaks English.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7776 6615

Shreya's specialisms include:

professional experience

  • Quantification of damages on behalf of a global manufacturer of active pharmaceutical ingredients in a dispute with a global pharmaceutical company following a supply disruption in an ICC-administered arbitration (2023–)

  • Quantification of damages on behalf of a leading institute for cancer research in its UK High Court litigation with a patent owner over a breach of a research programme (2023)

  • Advice to a company in relation to reasonable royalties for a revolutionary platform technology in the life sciences sector (2023–)

  • Advice to a payment processing company in a post M&A dispute with a global financial services company (2023–)

  • Advice to a major technology company in a dispute with a global handset manufacturer relating to licensing terms for cellular technologies in an SCC-administered arbitration (2020–23)

  • Submitted expert reports to the Court of The Hague on behalf of a large patent owner of cellular technologies in its dispute with multiple implementers (2020)


  • Chowdhury, A. and Gupta, S. (2019), ‘Valuation of FRAND: recent developments and looking forward’, ICLG Patents 2020.

  • Oxera (2018), ‘Negotiating damages: no walk in the (Wrotham) park?’, Agenda, November.


  • MSc Economics, University College London, UK

  • BA (Hons) Economics, Shri Ram College of Commerce, University of Delhi, India

  • Shreya Gupta is a CFA® charterholder.

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