works at the firm as a legal assistant and has growing experience in litigation and both domestic and international arbitration developed from years working under seasoned partners within the firm. Her experience comes from various sectors, including construction, public procurement and financial services. Recently, Radhika was part of a team that successfully represented a Pan-African Bank in a USD25 million claim brought by a Zambian borrower who claimed that he did not authorise the bank to disburse funds to the borrower. This was an ICC arbitration and the seat was in London.
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