GDPR and cybersecurity obligations in the rapid ‘virtualisation’ of arbitration hearings
8 July 2020
Vikram is currently working in the International Arbitration department.
He gained experience in complex personal injury and brain injury claims when working in the Personal Injury department. In the Divorce and Family department, Vikram worked predominantly on complex financial claims arising on family breakdown. During his time in the Tax Litigation and Investigations department, Vikram worked predominantly on large group actions arising from failed tax investments, which included negligence, commercial fraud and misrepresentation claims. During his time in Commercial Litigation, Vikram worked on a variety of cases, covering issues such as contractual interpretation and insolvency in a range of commercial sectors such as mining and property.
Vikram is currently working in the International Arbitration department. His previous seat was in the Commercial Litigation and KM and Compliance departments, prior to which he worked in the Personal Injury department gaining experience in complex personal injury claims with a specific focus on spinal cord and brain injury claims. Vikram’s first trainee seat was in Tax Litigation and Investigations.
Vikram read law at King’s College, London before moving on to complete a Master’s in Commercial Law (LLM) at University College London. Vikram joined Stewarts in June 2016 as a paralegal in the Divorce and Family department. In June 2017, he moved to the Tax Litigation department to work as a senior paralegal. Vikram became a trainee solicitor at Stewarts in September 2018.
Vikram enjoys a variety of sports such as football, kickboxing and long distance running. Having run the London Marathon in 2017, Vikram now aims to complete marathons in New York, Berlin and Amsterdam.
Vikram enjoys learning about a variety of different subject areas and is currently reading Basic Economics by Thomas Sowell.