Profile

Shreya is a member of Oxera’s Litigation & Arbitration Support team with a special focus on competition issues and quantum estimation in commercial disputes. She has worked extensively on competition cases involving abuse of dominance, royalty rate issues or FRAND assessments, and on commercial disputes involving breach of contract, valuation or insolvency proceedings. Her arbitration experience includes projects under the rules of the LCIA, ICC, SCAI, GCCCAC and PCA. She has assisted in the preparation of expert testimonies presented to the Competition Appeal Tribunal, High Court, ICC and LCIA. Shreya has passed CFA Level I. She graduated with an MSc in Economics from University College London in September 2014, where she specialised in areas including Empirical Industrial Organisation, Microeconometrics, Advanced Microeconomics and Time-series analysis. Prior to this, she completed her undergraduate studies in Economics at Shri Ram College of Commerce (University of Delhi).

Selected project experience

  • Quantification of damages in a billion-dollar dispute on behalf of a global financial services firm over the sale of a private wealth management firm to another financial services firm in an SCAI-administered arbitration (2018–)
  • Advice to the former shareholders of a company in their dispute with the company’s insolvency administrator (2018–)
  • Advice to a company in the telecommunications sector in relation to FRAND licensing of its 2G, 3G and 4G standard essential patents (2018–)
  • Advice to a pharmaceutical company in its dispute with a patent owner regarding the terms of a collaboration agreement (2018–)
  • Advice to a company in the water sector in relation to reasonable pricing of its water supply (2018–)
  • Quantification of damages on behalf of a leading drug manufacturer in its dispute with a pharmaceutical company over a breach of contract in an LCIA-administered arbitration (2018)
  • Advice to a company in the semiconductors industry in relation to its dispute with an IP owner over reasonable royalty rates for a portfolio of patents (2017–18)
  • Advice to a company in the hi-tech sector in relation to an abuse of dominance case arising from a refusal to supply (2017–18)
  • Quantification of damages on behalf of a large petrochemicals producer based in the Middle East in a contractual dispute with its logistics provider in a GCCCAC-administered arbitration (2017–18)
  • Advice to the trustees of a company that was sold to a private equity firm during its insolvency proceedings (2017–18)
  • Advice in relation to a dispute arising from the alleged anticompetitive harm due to the LIBOR scandal (2017–)
  • Quantification of damages in a billion-dollar dispute involving a large energy company before the Permanent Court of Arbitration (2016–)
  • Advice to a company in the financial services sector in relation to FRAND pricing (2015–17)
  • Advice to Mastercard in the interchange fees damages claims in UK courts by various retailers (2015–17)
  • Advice to a company on the financial performance and solvency status of its debtor in the context of a debt recovery dispute in an ICC-administered arbitration (2016–17)
  • Valuation of a company based in South Asia in the fast-moving consumer goods sector in the context of a shareholder dispute (2017)
  • Valuation of a private wealth management firm in the context of a shareholder dispute in the High Court of Justice in London (2016–17)
  • Assessment of the performance of a large integrated logistics provider in western Africa (2017)
  • Advice to a global energy company in its mediation with a supplier over long-term coal contracts (2016)
  • Quantitative assessment in relation to an abuse of dominance case in the UK upstream gas market (2014–15)
  • Quantification of the damages suffered by a Ukrainian energy company in an ECT international arbitration case (2015)
  • Advice to a bank in the context of a market study on investment and corporate banking services (2015)

Qualifications

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