Overview

Rhia Marshall Banerjee is an Associate Partner in the Dispute Resolution practice at ELP, Mumbai.

Rhia read law at ILS Law College, Pune and is registered with the Bar Council of Maharashtra & Goa.

Rhia has over 8 years of experience in handling commercial litigation and has represented clients in arbitration, both domestic and international. Over the years Rhia has advised clients on contractual disputes, government action, oil and gas contracts and other commercial matters in various sectors. Rhia is adept at handling disputes in the infrastructure sector and has handled large disputes related to ports and highways.

Prior to joining ELP, Rhia was working in the dispute resolution team at Wadia Ghandy & Co.

Rhia has been recognized as Next Generation Lawyer for dispute resolution by legal directories, such as Legal 500.

ELP Knowledge Series – India Update Part 2 of 2018

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