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Krupa Vekaria
Qualifications & Education
  • European Law & German Law (LLB), University of Warwick
  • Law Society of England and Wales
  • German
  • Gujarati
  • Hindi

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 in February 2016 and has worked on a number of complex and lengthy trials and arbitration hearings. She concurrently completed the LPC with a Distinction and her training contract at Enyo Law and qualified in 2020.

Commercial litigation
  • Unwired Planet in the leading case on the manner in which patents essential to the 4G standard should be licensed in accordance with a patent holder’s FRAND obligations.

    Unwired Planet International Ltd -v- Huawei Technologies Co Ltd & Ors [2017] EWHC 711 (Pat)

  • Three syndicate lenders involved in the long-running “tuna bonds” litigation, concerning three contested loans made to State Owned Entities in excess of US$2 billion, being challenged by the Republic of Mozambique on the basis they were procured by bribery and corruption.

    The Republic of Mozambique -v- Credit Suisse International & Ors [2022] EWHC 157 (Comm), [2022] EWHC 429 (Comm), [2022] EWHC 3054 (Comm), [2023] EWHC 91 (Comm), [2023] EWHC 514 (Comm), [2023] EWHC 1148 (Comm), [2023] EWHC 1650 (Comm), [2023] EWHC 2215 (Comm)

  • A Swiss financial services executive in his defence of fraudulent misrepresentation and unlawful means conspiracy claims in excess of US$50 million claim arising from investment losses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

    GI Globinvestment Ltd & Ors v Faleschini & Ors [2024] EWHC 481 (Comm)

  • 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).

    Amir Soleymani v Nifty Gateway LLC [2024] EWHC 168 (Comm)

  • Twelve Bitcoin software developers in their defence to claims being brought by Tulip Trading Limited, in respect of US$4 billion of allegedly stolen Bitcoin.

    Tulip Trading Ltd v Bitcoin Association for BSV & Ors [2023] EWHC 2437 (Ch)

International Arbitration
  • A port developer in an ICC arbitration in its US$2 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.
  • Two founding shareholders of a London hotel group in an expedited LCIA arbitration.
  • Ascent Resources plc and Ascent Slovenia Ltd in a US$656 million ICSID arbitration relation to their ECT claim against Slovenia in relation to Slovenia’s ban on low volume hydraulic stimulation in the production of hydrocarbons.
Apr 25, 2024
UK Supreme Court confirms anti-suit relief in favour of foreign-seated arbitration proceedings
In the most significant decision in the arbitration world since Enka v Chubb, the Supreme Court has confirmed this week...
Apr 10, 2024
The big freeze: Unitel SA v Unitel International Holdings BV & Anor
Mr Justice Bright has provided a useful reminder as to the hurdles that need to be overcome to secure a...
Mar 6, 2024
English High Court hands down significant judgment regarding an online auction of a blockchain-based NFT
The High Court has handed down judgment in Amir Soleymani v Nifty Gateway LLC. The background In 2021, Mr Soleymani,...
Feb 6, 2024
Anna Brownrigg speaking at Thought Leaders 4 Disputes: Financial Institutions Litigation
Anna Brownrigg will be speaking alongside a panel on Analysing the Rise of ESG Risks in Financial Institutions Litigation at...