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Anuj Moudgil

Anuj Moudgil

Senior Associate

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
United Kingdom
Languages English

Anuj Moudgil is a Senior Associate in the Dispute Resolution Department.

Anuj has a broad base of contentious experience, having acted for clients in litigation before the English High Court and the Court of Appeal, and in arbitration under the ICC, LCIA, and HKIAC Rules. He has also advised clients on a range of corporate crime matters, including acting on regulatory and internal investigations and advising clients in relation to anti-bribery and corruption issues.

Anuj has given pro bono advice to a number of charities, and is currently an adviser at the Royal Courts of Justice Citizens Advice Bureau.

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Relevant experience

  • A Nigerian oil & gas company against a summary judgment application brought by a syndicate of banks in relation to a $150 million facility agreement. The case, which went to the Court of Appeal, involved consideration of the applicability of the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977 to LMA facility agreements.
  • An investment bank in a £100 million claim against a FTSE-listed mining company relating to the non-payment of fees for an M&A transaction
  • An investment fund in relation to disputes arising out of the sale of commercial properties.
  • A global electronics manufacturer in an $800 million ICC arbitration claim brought by a global technology company.
  • An investment firm in HKIAC international arbitration proceedings arising out of a shareholder dispute involving a joint-venture project in China.
  • An equity placement agent in an LCIA arbitration claim against a former client for non-payment of fundraising commissions.
  • A senior executive of a major UK company in relation to a high-profile investigation by the SFO.
  • A UK-based firm as to its liability under English law for certain activities under investigation by the FCA, CFTC and New York Attorney General.
  • A UK-based charity with operations in Africa in relation to a review of its anti-bribery and corruption compliance programme.
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  • 2010 – Legal Practice Course, College of Law, London
  • 2009 – Graduate Diploma in Law, City University London, London
  • 2008 – B.A Classics, University College London, London
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Article published in the February 2015 edition of "Corporate Advisor" magazine, examining the potential claims arising out of the FX manipulation scandal.

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