Krupa has experience in a variety of complex cross-border commercial disputes and arbitration proceedings across a wide range of industry sectors including banking and energy, and has a particular interest in digital assets.
Krupa read European and German Law at the University of Warwick. As part of her degree, she spent a year reading German law at the Freie Universität Berlin, Germany. Krupa joined Enyo Law as a Legal Assistant in February 2016 and has worked on a number of complex and lengthy trials and arbitration hearings, both in-person and hybrid format. She concurrently completed the LPC with a Distinction and her training contract at Enyo Law and qualified in 2020.
Young International Arbitration Group (YIAG)
London Solicitor Litigation Association
- Acting for a port developer in an ICC arbitration in its USD2 billion claim relating to the construction of a commodities transhipment terminal in Southern Russia, and advising in connection with related proceedings in the Dutch Enterprise Chamber.
- Acting for two founding shareholders of a London hotel group in an expedited LCIA arbitration.
- Acting for Ascent Resources in its investment treaty claim against Slovenia in relation to the development of a gas field.
- Acting for a Swiss financial services executive in his defence of fraudulent misrepresentation and unlawful means conspiracy claims in excess of $50m claim arising from investment losses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Acting for an NFT auction platform owned by well-known cryptocurrency entrepreneurs, the Winklevoss twins, in a novel dispute on the intersection between auction platform’s standard terms and the mandatory consumer protection laws in force in the UK (and elsewhere)
- Unwired Planet International Ltd -v- Huawei Technologies Co Ltd & Ors  EWHC 711 (Pat)
- The Republic of Mozambique -v- Credit Suisse International & Ors  EWHC 157,  EWHC 429,  EWHC 3054,  EWHC 514.