NIyati Ahuja

NIyati Ahuja

Attorney

Firm or Organisation
Diamond McCarthy

Present Position
Associate

Type of Practitioner
Counsel

Nationality
indian

Country of Residence
United States

Practice Areas
Investment, Concession agreements

Experience
Not available

Bar Admission
India, Pending New York Bar admission

Education
Not available

Publications
• ‘USMCA: An Analysis of the Proposed ISDS Mechanism’ (Kluwer Arbitration Blog) • ‘Sanctions vis-à-vis Blocking Measures and the Dilemma Faced by Arbitral Tribunals: Lessons Drawn from EU Blocking Regulation and U.S Extraterritorial Sanctions’ (Kluwer Arbitration Blog) • ‘Is there a need to reform the New York Convention of 10 June 1958’ (can be found at https://arbitrationacademy.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/27.pdf ) • ‘Human Right of Prisoners in India’ in South Asian Journal of Law & Human Rights (ISSN: 2518-6159)

Teaching
Not available

Other Information
Not available

CV
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Email
[email protected]

Professional Address

Address
295 Madison Avenue 27th Floor

City
New York City

Country
United States

Telephone
5105705831

Mobile
Not available

Email
[email protected]

Site
https://www.diamondmccarthy.com/our_people/niyati-ahuja

Languages

  • Hindi: Native Fluency
    • Conduct DR proceedings
    • Represent clients as an advocate in DR proceedings
    • Testify orally
    • Draft opinions, reports, agreements, decisions, orders or awards
    • Understand written documents
  • English: Native Fluency
    • Conduct DR proceedings
    • Represent clients as an advocate in DR proceedings
    • Testify orally
    • Draft opinions, reports, agreements, decisions, orders or awards
    • Understand written documents

Publications

Date Author Title Publication
26/11/2019 Niyati Ahuja USMCA: An Analysis of the Proposed ISDS Mechanism Kluwer Arbitration Blog and Young ICCA Blog
07/11/2019 Niyati Ahuja Sanctions vis-à-vis Blocking Measures and the Dilemma Faced by Arbitral Tribunals: Lessons Drawn From EU Blocking Regulation and U.S Extraterritorial Sanctions Kluwer Arbitration Blog