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Devina Shah

Devina Shah


T +44 20 7367 3307
CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
United Kingdom
Languages English, Gujarati, French

Devina is an Associate in the Dispute Resolution Department. She acts on a range of commercial disputes across a number of sectors, including finance, construction and luxury goods. She has experience on cases relating to fraud, as well as shareholder and director disputes for international clients.

Devina has an interest in financial matters and has worked on cases relating to the foreign exchange cartel and multilateral interchange fees based on breach of competition law. She has also prepared for lengthy, high-profile trials before the High Court, including a three-month trial for unlawful means conspiracy.

She also enjoys classical music and has performed as a pianist as a music scholar at Cambridge University.

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  • 2013 – Legal Practice Course, The College of Law, London.
  • 2012 – Graduate Diploma in Law, The College of Law, London.
  • 2011 – BA History, University of Cambridge, Cambridge.
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23 June 2020
In­ter­na­tion­al Dis­putes Di­gest - Sum­mer Edi­tion 2020
20 July 2020
ICC 2019 Stat­ist­ics Re­port: trends and growth areas
In­tro­duc­tion On 15 Ju­ly 2020, the In­ter­na­tion­al Cham­ber of Com­merce (the “ICC”) pub­lished its an­nu­al Dis­pute Res­ol­u­tion Stat­ist­ics Re­port for 2019 (the “Re­port”), set­ting out de­tailed fig­ures re­gardi...
19 June 2020
Su­preme Court finds for re­tail­ers against Mas­ter­Card and Visa in com­pet­i­tion...
On 17 June 2020, the Su­preme Court handed down a sig­ni­fic­ant judg­ment in the long-run­ning, com­bined cases of Sains­bury’s Su­per­mar­kets Ltd v Visa Europe Ser­vices LLC and oth­ers; Sains­bury’s Su­per­mar­kets Ltd...
29 April 2020
UK com­pet­i­tion class ac­tions: The up­com­ing Su­preme Court hear­ing in Mer­ricks...
On 12 and 13 May 2020, the UK’s Su­preme Court will hear Mas­ter­card’s ap­peal in the class ac­tion brought by Wal­ter Hugh Mer­ricks CBE. The ap­peal con­cerns “cer­ti­fic­a­tion hear­ings” un­der the UK’s opt-out c...
01 November 2019
Dis­clos­ure Pi­lot Scheme ap­plies to trans­ition­al pro­ceed­ings
The High Court has re­af­firmed the po­s­i­tion that an ap­plic­a­tion for fur­ther dis­clos­ure will be gov­erned by the Dis­clos­ure Pi­lot Scheme (“DPS”) even where the ori­gin­al or­der was for stand­ard dis­clos­ure und...
10 December 2018
Court of Ap­peal re­fuses lit­ig­a­tion priv­ilege for com­mer­cial set­tle­ment...
The Court of Ap­peal has provided fur­ther cla­ri­fic­a­tion re­gard­ing the scope of lit­ig­a­tion priv­ilege. In what was the first tele­vised ap­peal in the Court of Ap­peal, the court con­sidered wheth­er priv­ilege...
07 November 2018
Emails between in-house law­yer and em­ploy­ee held not to be priv­ileged:...
In the re­cent case of Glaxo Wellcome UK Ltd (t/a Al­len & Han­burys) and Glaxo Group Ltd v San­doz Ltd & 6 Ors [2018] EWHC 2747 (Ch), the claimants suc­cess­fully chal­lenged the de­fend­ant­s' claim to leg­al...
21 September 2018
Ukraine and Rus­sia to have full tri­al over re­pay­ment of USD 3 bil­lion Euro­bond
On 14 Septem­ber 2018, the Court of Ap­peal handed down judg­ment for Ukraine in its long-run­ning dis­pute with Rus­sia over the re­pay­ment of a USD 3 bil­lion Euro­bond loan (the "Notes") is­sued in 2013 (Ukraine...