Muralli graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2005 and was admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court in 2007. His main area of practice is in commercial disputes. His particular focus is on shareholder and joint venture disputes, international trade disputes and banking disputes. Muralli is regularly involved in both court proceedings and in arbitrations.
- Acting for Receivers of a Hong Kong company in an interpleader summons where the Hong Kong company sought to argue that the assets said to be worth USD80,000,000 did not fall within the group of assets over which a charge was created.
- Acting for a minority shareholder in a minority oppression suit in the High Court and successfully defending the decision before the Court of Appeal.
- Acting for a Dubai company in the setting aside of an injunction obtained in the High Court enjoining the making of payments on a letter of credit and in related arbitral proceedings under the auspices of SIAC.
- Acting for a Singapore company subsidiary of a large Indian conglomerate in an ad hoc arbitration relating to the supply of certain pumps.