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Kushal Gandhi

Kushal Gandhi

Partner
Solicitor Advocate

Contact
T +44 20 7367 2664
CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
London
EC4N 6AF
United Kingdom
Languages English, Hindi, Gujarati

Kushal is a partner in the Finance Disputes team in London specialising in Finance and FinTech dispute resolution. He is an experienced litigation and international arbitration practitioner who is recognised by Legal500 as a Next Generation Partner for international arbitration. He is also an active member of the CMS India Desk. Kushal regularly assists clients to navigate complex issues, including cross-border disputes. He also helps develop risk mitigation strategies and obtain emergency relief from Courts and Tribunals.    

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Education

  • 2007 – LPC (Distinction), The University of Law, London
  • 2006 – LLB (First Class Hons), Durham University, Durham
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03/04/2016
CMS Guide to Anti-Bribery and Cor­rup­tion Laws
We are de­lighted to present the fourth edi­tion of the CMS Guide to Anti-Bribery and Cor­rup­tion Laws. Since the last edi­tion was pub­lished in 2014, there have been sig­ni­fic­ant changes to the glob­al anti-cor­rup­tion land­scape. Many of the coun­tries cove

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5 August 2020
In­vestor con­fid­ence: Les­sons and risk mit­ig­a­tions
In­vestor con­fid­ence: Les­sons and risk mit­ig­a­tions re­lated to how Cov­id-19 has af­fected in­vestors- Re­bound & Re­mod­el In­sight from CMS. Find out more.
22 September 2020
The Fin­CEN Files: the latest fin­an­cial scan­dal or storm in a tea­cup?
What are the Fin­CEN files? The Fin­an­cial Crimes En­force­ment Net­work (“Fin­CEN”) is a branch of the US treas­ury that aims to com­bat fin­an­cial crime. The ‘Fin­CEN files’ refers to an ap­par­ent leak...
30 July 2020
Fu­ture Fa­cing Dis­putes - Us­ing block­chain to open up new pos­sib­il­it­ies
Fu­ture Fa­cing Dis­putes - Us­ing block­chain to open up new pos­sib­il­it­ies for resolv­ing dis­putes in­sight pa­per from CMS. Find out more.
21 September 2020
Ar­bit­ra­tion agree­ment = no wind­ing up pe­ti­tion?
In Tel­nic Ltd v Knipp Medi­en und Kom­munika­tion GmbH [2020] EWHC 2075 (Ch), Sir Geof­frey Vos sit­ting in the Eng­lish High Court ruled that where a debt is gov­erned by an ar­bit­ra­tion agree­ment, it is ap­pro­pri­ate...
23 June 2020
In­ter­na­tion­al Dis­putes Di­gest - Sum­mer edi­tion
04 September 2020
In­junc­tions and crypto­cur­ren­cies
In a re­cent de­cision the Eng­lish court has re­fused to con­tin­ue an in­ter­im in­junc­tion that re­strained the de­fend­ant from deal­ing with bit­coin held in a coin de­pot ac­count, over which the claimants had...
31 January 2020
The With­draw­al Agree­ment: What does it mean for dis­pute res­ol­u­tion clauses?
The With­draw­al Agree­ment: What does it mean for dis­pute res­ol­u­tion clauses? Pub­lic­a­tion from CMS. Find out more.
13 August 2020
Ar­bit­ral rules – The start of a sea­son of change: LCIA Up­date
The LCIA has launched its new ar­bit­ra­tion and me­di­ation rules, which come in­to force on 1 Oc­to­ber 2020. This is the first de­vel­op­ment in a peri­od in which we are ex­pect­ing up­dates to ar­bit­ral rules from...
06 May 2019
Bank­ing on AI in fin­an­cial ser­vices
CM­S's Bank­ing on AI in fin­an­cial ser­vices re­port con­tains dis­cus­sions from a roundtable with ex­perts about the im­pact and lim­it­a­tions of these tech­no­lo­gies.
11 August 2020
En­force­ment of fin­ance trans­ac­tions – slice and dice ap­proach to il­leg­al­ity 
Il­leg­al­ity com­mit­ted by some note­hold­ers does not pre­vent re­cov­ery on be­half of in­no­cent note­hold­ers un­der an Eng­lish law note in­stru­ment. In Madis­on Pa­cific Trust Lim­ited v (1) Shakoor Cap­it­al Com­pany...
07 August 2020
En­force­ment of cred­it fa­cil­it­ies: the value of pro­cess agents
In a re­cent de­cision, the Eng­lish High Court has re­it­er­ated the value of ap­point­ing pro­cess agents in cred­it fa­cil­it­ies in cir­cum­stances where the bor­row­er and/or guar­ant­ors are based out­side Eng­land....
15 July 2020
Syn­thet­ic LIBOR: a sil­ver bul­let?
On 23 June 2020 the UK Gov­ern­ment an­nounced that it will take le­gis­lat­ive steps that could help deal with a nar­row pool of ‘tough leg­acy’ con­tracts that can­not trans­ition from LIBOR by the cur­rent...