Jones Day (New York)

Mahesh V. Parlikad

Jones Day (New York)
Lawyer (Partner)

Hesh Parlikad represents companies and financial institutions in all phases of litigation, including trial, arbitration, and appellate proceedings. His practice focuses on disputes involving complex financial products and securities, and he has litigated and tried novel disputes arising out of the Lehman bankruptcy concerning derivatives governed by International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) documentation. He also has represented financial institutions in prelitigation and litigation matters concerning securitizations and structured financial products. Hesh also has a growing ESG (environmental, social, and governance) practice and has frequently advised clients on disputes concerning renewable energy derivative transactions. In 2020, Hesh was named as one of only five "Next Generation Partners" by The Legal 500 for financial services litigation in the United States. In addition, Hesh has in-depth experience with cross-border issues arising from claims based on U.S. securities laws against foreign issuers. He advised Tech Mahindra on U.S. securities laws that were implicated in its successful acquisition of India-based and NYSE-listed Satyam Computer Services in 2009. Since then, he has advised Tech Mahindra in securities and investor cases in the United States and England. By coordinating court and regulatory proceedings in the United States, England, and India, Hesh helped Tech Mahindra successfully resolve much of the worldwide investor claims faced by Satyam. He frequently counsels other clients on diverse cross-border legal issues involving India as well. Hesh serves as the chair for Diversity, Inclusion and Advancement in Jones Day’s New York Office. He also chairs the Endorsements Committee of the South Asian Bar Association of North America.

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Articles

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Dr. Jürgen Beninca, Qiang Xue, Harriet Territt, Aaron M. Healey, Rajeev Muttreja, Mahesh V. Parlikad, Ricardo H. Puente, Wilson L.K. Sung The US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit overturns on comity grounds a multi-million dollar price-fixing judgment against two Chinese exporters of Vitamin C (Animal Science Products / Hebei Welcome Pharmaceutical)

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In Short The Situation: For a second time, the Second Circuit reversed on international comity grounds, due to a conflict between U.S. and Chinese law, a $148 million price-fixing judgment against two Chinese exporters of Vitamin C. The Result: Although arising in the antitrust context, (...)

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