Mihir is an associate in our Washington, DC office. He has experience advising clients across a range of industries, including the oil and gas, technology, aerospace, and financial services industries. He has acted in several high-value and complex commercial and investment arbitrations under the ICSID, ICC, AAA-ICDR, HKIAC, and SIAC Rules.

His recent experience includes representing:

  • ConocoPhillips in parallel ICSID and ICC proceedings arising out of the expropriation of its oil projects in Venezuela, resulting in historically large, multibillion-dollar awards;
  • ExxonMobil against Venezuela in a dispute worth approximately a billion dollars;
  • a leading Middle East oil and gas company in a multibillion-dollar arbitration against a state-owned oil company arising out of breaches a gas sale and purchase agreement;
  • a leading footwear and lifestyle company in multi-jurisdictional disputes against a Hong Kong-based entity involving claims of breach of contract and unfair prejudice; and
  • an Asian company in a dispute for breach of contract against a large U.S. company arising out of a multibillion-dollar foreign military sales program.

Prior to joining Three Crowns, Mihir was a management consultant with an international consulting firm. He advised clients on, amongst other things, valuing companies for acquisition and improving cost efficiencies.

Mihir has coached undergraduate and graduate law students in international arbitration moot competitions. In 2019, he coached the Georgetown University Law Center’s moot court team to victory at the American University LLM Commercial and Investment Arbitration moot court competition. In 2019 and 2020, he coached teams from Africa in the Foreign Direct Investment International Arbitration Moot.

Mihir holds an LLM and a certificate in International Arbitration and Dispute Resolution from Georgetown University Law Center, where he graduated with Distinction and was on the Dean’s List. Mihir also holds degrees in law (LLB) and History from the University of Delhi, and he speaks English, Hindi, Urdu, and Bengali.