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Hormuz D. Mehta
  +91 22 4341 8594
English, Hindi, Marathi

Hormuz specializes in Dispute Resolution, White Collar crimes and General Corporate Commercial Litigation.

He has extensive knowledge in Dispute Resolution from International Commercial Arbitrations to criminal frauds in local courts. He has varied experience in Litigation matters including corporate frauds, bail & anticipatory bail applications, medical negligence, scams, economic espionage, internet fraud and perjury.

In addition, he has experience in International Commercial Arbitrations under various international institutions such as the ICC, DIAC and LCIA.

Before re-joining JSA, he was for two years as a counsel in the Bombay High Court with criminal counsel Mr. Aabad Ponda. He was also a Case Manager at the Dubai International Arbitration Centre for 2 years, before which he was an Associate with JSA in the Mumbai & Dubai offices.


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