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Shreya Gupta : Principal

Shreya specialises in advising on economic and financial valuation issues in intellectual property (IP) matters. She has advised multiple clients in disputes relating to FRAND licensing terms of standard essential patents (SEPs), and has acted as a named expert in such matters. Her IP experience spans a range of sectors such as telecoms, pharmaceuticals, financial services and hi-tech.

Shreya 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 is listed as a Future Leader under the Expert Witness category in Who’s Who Legal – Arbitration 2021.

Shreya speaks English.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7776 6615

Shreya's specialisms include:

professional experience

  • Advice to a global telecoms company in litigation with the administrators of a UK handset retailer following the termination of a distribution agreement (2021–)

  • Advice to a major technology company in dispute with a global handset manufacturer in a dispute involving past licensing terms for cellular technologies (2020–)

  • 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)

  • Advice to a global food delivery platform in relation to an abuse of dominance complaint (2020)

  • Quantification of damages in a post M&A dispute involving telecom companies in Central Asia (2019–)

  • Advice to a global sports data provider in a dispute involving licensing and distribution of live data (2019–)


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

  • Shi, M., Khalil, M. and Gupta, S. (2021), ‘How to Quantify Damages in COVID-19 related Disputes’, The Guide to Damages in International Arbitration, fourth edition, Global Arbitration Review.


  • Passed CFA Level II

  • MSc Economics, University College London, UK

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

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