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Simran is an associate in Ogier's top-tier Dispute Resolution team in the British Virgin Islands.

She has experience advising on cross-border internal investigations (UK and US regulators), white-collar crimes, fraud and bribery issues and multi-jurisdictional commercial litigations, including trust and insolvency disputes, freezing injunctions, asset tracing, and civil fraud.

Background and experience

Since joining Ogier in 2023, Simran has worked on a range of commercial litigations, including assisting with advising in the landmark Three Arrows crypto dispute case, which involved the British Virgin Islands' first extra-territorial summoning of directors for an examination by joint liquidators ($3.3 billion, Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court).

Before Ogier, Simran worked as an investigations & disputes contract solicitor at the international firm Slaughter and May in London.

She also gained considerable experience in dispute resolution and investigations while working as an associate for India's top-tier law firm, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas, in Mumbai, India, where she worked alongside leading U.S. and London law firms.

Simran graduated with a first-class law degree from a top-ranked national law School in India, the NALSAR University of Law.

Commercial Disputes

  • Represented a Saudi-based private investment holding company on instituting a civil fraud claim involving three jurisdictions (£200 million)

  • Represented a bankruptcy trustee in the HWA 555 Owners case [2022] JRC 215 in an application for creditors' winding up ($65 million, Court of Appeal)

  • Represented a NASDAQ-listed company in a copyright infringement to secure a rare ex-parte interim injunction and search and seize order ($1 billion)

  • Advising a leading global bank on making a statutory demand for winding-up proceedings ($35 million)

  • Represented Africa-based clients (construction business) on a joint-venture (dispute $33 million)

  • Represented a former trustee in preserving the privacy of its documents and challenging a public trust hearing 

White-Collar Crimes and Investigations 

  • Cross-jurisdictional internal investigation directed by the U.S. Department of Justice involving Office of Foreign Assets Control sanctions ($10 million)

  • Assisted a Swiss client (global infrastructure conglomerate) with an internal investigation potentially involving the Serious Fraud Office, involving alleged malpractice to secure government contracts ($5 million)

  • Submissions to the Competition & Markets Authority in response to its Request For Information for the House Building Market Study 2023

  • Advised on bribery and money laundering implications involving government officials (£50 million)

Admitted in:

2023 - British Virgin Islands
2022 - England and Wales
2019 - India

Examples of work:

Three Arrows case sees what is believed to be BVI's first ever extra-territorial summoning of company directors to appear for a private examination by joint liquidators



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