Mrinalini Singh


Mrinalini Singh is a solicitor in our Dispute Resolution team.

Mrinalini specialises in litigation and arbitration proceedings concerning international commercial and investment disputes. These disputes span a range of industries and sectors, including the private equity, automotive, energy and pharmaceutical sectors.

Mrinalini also advises multinational companies in disputes concerning major infrastructural projects, distribution and supply networks, post-M&A issues, and diverse questions of contract and international law. In particular, Mrinalini's practice focuses on cases involving complex matters requiring expert evidence.

Over the course of her career as a lawyer in Singapore, Germany and Denmark, Mrinalini has represented clients in numerous arbitral proceedings conducted by regional and international arbitral institutions. These include the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the German Arbitration Institute (DIS), London Centre for International Arbitration (LCIA), Danish Institute of Arbitration, and the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC).

Mrinalini is qualified as an Advocate and Solicitor in Singapore, and as a Solicitor in England and Wales.


  • EVN v Bulgaria (ICSID ARB/13/17) – Representing a major Austrian energy company against the Republic of Bulgaria. The dispute arose out of measures affecting EVN’s investment in the electricity distribution sector.
  • Representing a Major German Original Equipment Manufacturer – in international arbitrations concerning diverse distribution law and valuation issues,  against multiple distributors in the Middle East.
  • Micula v Romania (ICSID ARB/05/20) – Representing Romania in ICSID Annulment Proceedings to set aside an award rendered against Romania for breaches of the Sweden-Romania BIT. 
  • Post M&A - Acting for a sellers in a post M&A dispute involving a target company which manufactured mechanical elements for the automotive and aerospace industry. The dispute arose after the buyer signed but failed to close a share purchase agreement governed by German law.

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