Srinath Reddy is an associate in our Washington, DC office. He has experience with commercial, investment treaty, and inter-State arbitrations, as well as arbitration-related litigation before U.S. courts, across a range of sectors including financial services, energy, mining, real estate, and infrastructure.

Srinath’s experience includes:

  • Representing a leading international financial services provider in an LCIA arbitration with its joint venture partner pertaining to the amounts owed under a joint venture agreement relating to credit card transactions
  • Representing an international energy major in an UNCITRAL arbitration against a state-owned energy company relating to the costs of decommissioning one of the world’s largest oil and gas fields
  • Representing a Middle Eastern conglomerate assessing investor-State claims arising from sale and purchase agreements for plots of land in a neighbouring State
  • Representing a renewable energy producer and litigation funder in two contractual disputes arising from wind turbine supply agreements
  • Representing an international mining corporation in post-arbitration proceedings across multiple jurisdictions to enforce a US$2 billion LCIA award

Before joining Three Crowns, Srinath was an Assistant Legal Counsel at the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, where he assisted arbitral tribunals in investor State disputes, contract-based arbitrations, and an Annex VII arbitration under the United Nations Convention for the Law of the Sea. He was also an economic consultant assisting quantum experts on a range of econometric and damages analyses.

Srinath’s writing on international law has been published in the Yale Journal of International Law, the Cornell Law Review, the Harvard National Security Journal, and Just Security. He was also the U.S. National Champion, international semi-finalist, and one of the top 10 oralists worldwide in successive years of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot.

Srinath holds degrees in Mathematics, Economics, and Government from Cornell University and a J.D. from Yale Law School, where he was awarded the Jerome Sayles Hess Prize for the top graduating student in International Law.