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Born and raised in Mumbai, Zaiwalla was the first Asian to set up a City law firm in London, and has been involved in more than 1,200 arbitrations globally. He has also worked for the Nehru Gandhi family and the Bachchan brothers

Q. The biggest challenge you faced in your career

I was an ambitious young lawyer from India and wanted to make it big in the city (London). But in the early '80s, there was open

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