Shweta Shroff Chopra is a partner in the firm's competition law practice in New Delhi. She has over 10 years’ experience in advising on financing, corporate and competition law matters. Shweta has been practisng competition law since its early days, having been involved in several high-profile cases relating to abuse of dominance, cartels and merger control.
Shweta’s clients encompass prominent names of the industry, inlcuding HDFC Limited, Apollo Tyres, Coal India Limited, Holcim Group of Companies, Vodafone India Limited, Bharti Airtel, Temasek group, and PVR Cinemas. Shweta has been engaged in leading high profile enforcement cases before the CCI and the Competition Appellate Tribunal (COMPAT) including representing HDFC Limited in the Bank Prepayment Charges case, Jindal Steel & Power Limited against Steel Authority of India Limited, Holcim group companies ACC Limited and Ambuja Cements Limited in the Cement cartel case, Apollo Tyres Limited in the Tyres cartel case, Coal India Limited in abuse of dominance and cartel cases in relation to procurement of explosives, and Vodafone India Limited in an anti-competitive tie–in in a case involving the sale of Apple iPhones.
According to Chambers and Partners 2015, Shweta Shroff Chopra is described by market sources as “a very smart lawyer with an in-depth approach, who has worked on big-ticket cases.”
Before joining the firm, Shweta qualified as a solicitor of England and Wales and worked with Clifford Chance, London. She has an LLB degree from University of Wales, Cardiff, and an LLM from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
WWL says: Shweta Shroff Chopra is praised for her work across the full spectrum of competition issues by clients from a wide range of industries
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