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Herbert Smith Freehills, Singapore, London and Paris: Associate, Arbitration & Dispute Resolution (2009-15)
Arista Chambers, Bengaluru: Advocate (2015-16)
Member, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
• Reserve Panel of Arbitrators, Singapore International Arbitration Centre
• List of Arbitrators, Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre
• Panel of Arbitrators, Nani Palkhivala Arbitration Centre
• Representing a major equipment manufacturer in connection with disputes arising out of the supply and installation of various machinery for a thermal power plant in Syria.
• Acted for a Chinese EPC Contractor in arbitration proceeding under the ICC rules in a dispute valued at over US$ 2 billion arising out of the construction of a power plant in Central America.
• Acted for a global mining company in parallel but related arbitration proceedings under the ICC rules and the SIAC rules against Indonesian counterparties in disputes valued at over US$ 1 billion arising out of the allocation and use of mining rights in Indonesia.
• Representing a Mauritius Company seeking to enforce an arbitral award of US$ 120 million rendered in Mauritius, before the High Court of Bangalore.
• Acted for a major global bank in arbitration proceedings under the SIAC rules and subsequent enforcement actions in Singapore and Indonesia, arising out of disputes relating to non-payment under derivative transactions valued at over US$ 50 million.
• Acted for a Singaporean commodity trading company in two arbitration proceedings under the SIAC rules cumulatively valued at over US$ 10 million relating to the sale of coal.
• Acted for one faction of promoter shareholders in arbitration proceedings under the SIAC rules in a shareholder dispute valued at over INR 250 crores (c. US$ 35 million).
• Acted for a major construction company in arbitration proceedings under the SIAC rules valued at over INR 800 crores arising out of the construction of a five-star hotel (c. US$ 110 million).
• Acting for a major construction company in ad hoc arbitration proceedings valued at over INR 120 crore arising out of the construction of a nuclear facility (c. US$ 20 million).
• Acting for an EPC contractor in ad hoc arbitration proceedings against a public-sector undertaking, valued at over INR 400 crore and INR 200 crore, arising out of the construction of a thermal power plant in Madhya Pradesh (c. US$ 40 million).
- Co-authors of the Chapter on “"Multi-Party and Multi-Contract Arbitrations”", in Handbook of Arbitration in India, published by Kluwer International.
- Co-author of the Chapter on ""Interim Measures"", in Arbitration in Singapore, published by Sweet & Maxwell.
Note: In addition to English and Hindi, Mr. Mahendra speaks Kannada.