Karan is an associate in the International Arbitration practice.
His practice encompasses general commercial disputes and complex infrastructure, engineering and energy disputes. He has represented employers and contractors under the auspices of a variety of arbitration rules, including the LCIA, ICC and SIAC rules. He also has experience of litigation before the UK High Court, particularly in relation to UK-based healthcare, recycling and transport PFI/PPP projects, and both statutory and contractual adjudication and Dispute Boards.
Karan acts regularly for clients in the road and rail transport, aviation, healthcare and petrochemical refining sectors, which are his sectors of interest. He has a keen interest in India-related disputes and the India-UK legal market.
Before joining Shearman & Sterling, Karan practiced in the London office of a top UK firm, and also spent six months on secondment at their Singapore office.
International arbitrations on which Karan Talwar has worked include the representation of: