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Ivanov Dmitry

Ivanov Dmitry

Morgan Lewis
Tel: +74952122500
Address: Morgan Lewis, 7th floor, 2 Tsvetnoy Bulevard, 127051 Moscow
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General information

Russian Federation
Russian - fluent
English - fluent
french - sufficiently fluent in order to handle proceedings and render an award


Morgan Lewis , Moscow
Morgan Lewis , Moscow
Senior Associate
Norton Rose (Central Europe) LLP , Moscow
Reznik, Gagarin & Partners , Moscow
Trainee Associate

Experience as arbitrator

Served as arbitrator in 1-3 cases in domestic arbitrations
Rules of the Arbitration Center at RSPP

Examples of cases

Claims out of the works contract for the recovery of damages; Claims for the payment of works under contract

Experience as counsel

Acted as counsel for 11-15 years in domestic and international arbitrations
ICAC Rules
Rules of the Arbitration Center at RSPP
LCIA Rules
ICC Rules
SCC Rules
IAC at the BelCCI

Examples of cases

Representing a major Russian construction company in LCIA arbitration in a multimillion dispute with its former European counterparty over termination of a contract in relation to construction of a high valued complex in the northwestern region of Russia; Acting for a major Russian private bank in London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) arbitration proceedings and related enforcement proceedings in Eastern Europe to locate and arrest the respondent’s assets; Acting for a major Russian infrastructure company in an international arbitration under the Rules of the International Court of Arbitration in the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and advising on the potential for parallel LCIA proceedings and other offshore jurisdiction issues in relation to a number of related contracts; Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC) arbitration proceedings between one of the largest Russian construction companies and its contracting designing company; the claims centered around the alleged unlawful termination of contract, recovery of monetary funds, lost profit, IP rights violation, and obligation to halt the construction of the building;
quantum (damages) experts
construction experts
legal experts

General arbitration experience

Geneva and/or Zurich
Russian law
English law
German law
сonstruction arbitrations
сonstruction arbitrations
investment arbitration
commercial arbitration
Arbitration Center at the RSPP

Education, qualifications, awards

MGIMO University, specialist, international law, 2005
Ecole Nationale d'Administration (Strasbourg), Master of Public Administration, Honors: cum laude, 2007
Recognized, Best Law Firms for Dispute Resolution: International Arbitration: Commercial Litigation (Recommended), Leaders League and Décideurs (2021) Russia’s Investigations Bar, Global Investigations Review (2020) Recognized, International Arbitration, Moscow, The Best Lawyers in Russia (2021) Next Generation Partner, Dispute Resolution, Russia, The Legal 500 EMEA (2020) Recommended, Dispute Resolution: Litigation, Russia, The Legal 500 EMEA (2019, 2020) Recommended, International Arbitration, (2020) Recommended, Dispute Resolution: Arbitration and Mediation, Russia, The Legal 500 EMEA (2019)
RAA, Working group for corporate disputes; RAA, Working group for data protection; ICC Russia, Arbitration commission, member

Preferences as an arbitrator

IBA Rules on the conflict of interest and rules of the institutions (if applicable)
ready to negotiate flexible solutions; I am a very active supporter of anything that may reduce the cost of arbitration and the parties' expenses; fully supportive of electronic document flows
no general preference
IBA Rules
fully electronic
it is up to parties to decide
no general preference
Maximum deference to the right to present the party’s case
Rigorous control of the process by the tribunal
Arbitrators should encourage parties to settle the dispute including by making inquiries and/or steps such as encouraging participation of in-house counsel or management in hearings

Personal preferences

Bulgakov, Dog's Heart
Michael Clayton
olivie salad

Other information

practical approach and tendency to find new options to dispute resolution, based on compromise of the parties