Devina Shah is an associate in Scott+Scott's London office. She specialises in competition damages litigation and complex financial cases before the English High Court, the Competition Appeal Tribunal and the Court of Appeal. She is currently representing clients in relation to claims arising out of the manipulation of the foreign exchange market and in connection with LIBOR investigations. She is also advising on claims concerning the multilateral interchange fees.
Prior to joining Scott+Scott, Devina completed her training contract at the London office of Baker & McKenzie LLP. During this time she acted in a range of high-value, cross-border commercial litigation matters and financial disputes, including preparing for and attending a 10-day jurisdictional trial regarding a tortious conspiracy claim and advising on a claim relating to the sinking of an oil platform. Devina has also advised clients on distressed debt and causes of action that could be brought following Cyprus' bail-in resolution. She has advised governments and state banks on anti-money laundering issues and allegations of corruption. Devina has experience in arbitration, acting in claims concerning the international recognition and enforcement of arbitration awards.
She has marshalled in the Chancery Division of the High Court.
Devina graduated from the University of Cambridge with a Bachelor of Arts in History. She is fluent in Gujarati.