Reena A. Gambhir

Reena A. Gambhir

  • Partner
  • Washington, DC
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Reena Gambhir is a partner in the firm’s Washington, DC office, is a member of the firm's Management Committee, and serves as the firm's U.S. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion ("DEI") Partner. Reena represents a diverse array of clients around the world, including global businesses and individuals who have suffered losses due to anticompetitive behavior. She has played a leading role in some of the largest and most complex antitrust cases in the United States, including where she helped secure settlements of over 2.3 billion dollars on behalf of investors against some of the largest banks in the world. Reena’s wide-ranging experience allows her to uniquely advise and act for clients in all stages of litigation around the world, and achieve wide-ranging innovative strategies and solutions. Reena is committed to the private civil enforcement of competition law around the world. 

In addition to her work in antitrust, Reena practices international environmental threats and human rights cases, including representing residents of Bhopal, India who were exposed to toxic wastes surrounding the Union Carbide Plant following the 1984 gas leak, and recently on behalf of a class of South African Gold Miners who suffered occupational lung disease. 

As the firm’s U.S. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion ("DEI") Partner, Reena leads the execution of the firm’s U.S. diversity strategy as well as ongoing and new initiatives to build a more inclusive culture and embrace a widely diverse workforce.  She builds upon the firm’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in all aspects of its business, including recruiting, hiring, training, leader development, business development, policies and practices.  She also serves on the Pro Bono Committee and Summer Associate Committee. 


Reena represents clients across a broad range of industries, including individual and institutional investors, farmers, miners, consumers, and corporations and other businesses and individuals who purchased products at prices inflated by anticompetitive conduct.