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Dipen Sabharwal

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International Arbitration, India, Commercial Litigation, Construction, Oil & Gas




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Foreign firms

Within: Foreign firms

The practice at White & Case LLP is known for its strength in handling transactions and disputes with an Indian element. New York-based practice head Nandan Nelivigi led a team representing MTS Health Investors LLC and Altaris Capital Partners in the acquisition of Indian revenue cycle management company, AGS Health Private. Aloke Ray QC and Dipen Sabharwal QC, both based in London, are key names to note for disputes and are instructed in both inbound and outbound matters.

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London: Dispute resolution

International arbitration

Within: International arbitration

White & Case LLP is 'one of the leading firms in this area and provides a very good service'. The practice is regularly instructed by major corporations and governments with politically sensitive and complex arbitrations; and it has particular strength in advising contractors, financial services, oil and gas, and high-tech companies. It represented Panama's Grupo Unidos por el Canal and its shareholders Sacyr, Salini Impregilo and Jan De Nul in a dispute with the Panama Canal Authority, which involved the $5.5bn Panama Canal expansion project. Phillip Capper and Aloke Ray QC are the practice co-heads; Russia-related disputes expert David Goldberg is 'a very good lawyer, particularly because he has a lot of common sense and is very sensitive to the needs of clients'; Mark Clarke is 'a class act'; and Clare Connellan 'brings alternative views to the table and unexpected solutions'. Dipen Sabharwal QC, Edward Attenborough and Paul Brumpton are also key practitioners, while associate Alexander Rowe  is 'an upcoming lawyer who is dedicated and sharp'.

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