Tanvi Mehta is an associate at Jones Day. She represents clients in complex commercial litigation, international arbitration, and internal investigations, with a focus on matters with an India dimension.
Tanvi frequently works on cross-jurisdictional disputes, most recently representing an American company in proceedings against its former Indian joint venture partner and a London investment bank in a fraud matter involving assets in India and Singapore.
She also has successfully acted for a London matched principal broker in English Commercial Court proceedings relating to $10 million loan trades, which involved the complex allocation of liability issues and culminated in a tripartite trial.
Tanvi's recent international arbitration work includes acting for a large company in an ICC arbitration related to a multibillion dollar foreign military sale, as well as representing the investor in multiple investor-state arbitration disputes under various bilateral investment treaties.
Prior to joining Jones Day, Tanvi received a first class degree from the University of Oxford. While at Oxford, she was part of the Anti-Trafficking Research Panel for the Oxford wing of Lawyers without Borders, worked as an editor for the Oxford Student newspaper and represented Oxford in several debating and Model United Nations competitions.