Harkiran Hothi is a partner in the Firm’s international arbitration and litigation group in London. Harkiran has wide-ranging experience in international arbitration. She has represented multinational corporations and government entities in both institutional and ad hoc arbitrations in a number of venues and under various applicable laws.
In addition, Harkiran has extensive experience in defending clients in complex cross-border white-collar crime investigations. She regularly advises clients on sensitive matters involving the UK Bribery Act 2010. Harkiran also routinely advises clients on compliance and anti-bribery due diligence and producing and implementing compliance programmes.
Harkiran is responsible for litigation know-how and training within the Firm’s London office.
How will an arbitration agreement influence the court’s approach in relation to a winding up petition?, August 2020, Co-author with Kate Stephenson
2019 arbitration year in review, December 17, 2019, Co-author Noah Stewart-Ornstein
What will be the impact of a no-deal Brexit on civil judicial cooperation between the UK and EU?, April–June 2019, Co-author Noah Stewart-Ornstein
EU member states agree to terminate their intra-EU BITs: is this the end of intra-EU BIT arbitrations and what about Brexit?, February 8, 2019, Co-authors Chiraag Shah, Philipp Kurek
2018 arbitration year in review, December 19, 2018, Co-authors Noah Stewart-Ornstein, Molly Beck
An End to Wrotham Park Damages?, October-December 2018, Co-author Alexander Tiffany
2017 arbitration year in review, December 20, 2017, Co-authors Chiraag Shah, Noah Stewart-Ornstein
Resisting Enforcement: What a Difference a Day Makes, July 2016, Co-author Laura Evans
Q&A, Drafting Contractual Provisions for Dispute Resolution, April 2013
The impact of the Jackson reforms on cost management and funding arrangements in the context of commercial civil litigation, January 2013, Co-author Rajinder Bassi and Philipp Kurek
The world is their oyster? The globalisation of investigations, 2012, Co-author Chris Colbridge and Rajinder Bassi
New Guidance on the U.K. Bribery Act and Self Reporting Issued by the Serious Fraud Office, October 2012, Co-author Chris Colbridge and Satnam Tumani
Serious Economic Crime, a boardroom guide to prevention and compliance, November 2011, Co-author Chiraag Shah and Chris Colbridge
Memberships & Affiliations
Member of the Law SocietyMember of the LCIA
Admissions & Qualifications
- 2004, Admitted to Practice as a Solicitor of England and Wales
- BPP Law School, LondonLegal Practice Course2001
- University College LondonLL.B., LawHons.2000