Date of call: 2008
Nehali Shah’s practice spans the wide range of commercial dispute resolution. She has experience (both led and unled) before the Court of Appeal, High Court, County Courts and variety of other Tribunals, both arbitral (e.g., LCIA and ICC) and regulatory. Core practice areas include (but are not limited to) energy, commodities, banking and finance, and conflict of laws and jurisdiction.
Past years have been substantially committed to perhaps the flagship Russian-related litigation before the London Courts: Berezovsky v. Abramovich  EWHC 2463 (Comm). The 3-month Commercial Court trial, which concluded in January 2012, involved a claim for damages in excess of $4 billion for intimidation and breach of trust and included a raft of associated issues and interlocutory skirmishes (e.g.,  EWHC 1143).
More recent work includes:
Drafting a number of proceedings regarding interest rate swaps and related facility agreements.