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Ryabinin Konstantin

Ryabinin Konstantin

Mannheimer Swartling Ryssland Advokataktiebolag
Tel: +7 915 210 71 04
Address: 125009, Russia, Moscow, Romanov per. 4
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General information

Russian Federation
Russian - fluent
English - fluent


Mannheimer Swartling Ryssland Advokataktiebolag , Moscow
Associate/Senior Associate

Experience as counsel

Acted as counsel for 11-15 years in domestic and international arbitrations
ICAC Rules
ICC Rules
SCC Rules

Examples of cases

(1) an UNCITRAL arbitration; American and Norwegian parties v. Russian space company under a partnership agreement; Swedish law; total amount of claims – approximately USD 100 million; (2) a SCC arbitration; Serbian contractor v. Belorussian customer; payment for performed works and recovery of damages; Belorussian law; total amount of claims – approximately USD 30 million; (3) an ICAC arbitration; Norwegian geology-surveillance company v. Russian customer; payment for performed works; Russian and Norwegian laws; total amount of claims – approximately USD 10 million; (4) a SCC arbitration; Italian contractor v. Russian customer; recovery of damages; Swedish law; total amount of claims – approximately EUR 2 million; (5) an UNCITRAL arbitration; International company v. Russian partner; recovery of damages; Swedish law; total amount of claims – approximately USD 70 million; (6) a SCC arbitration; Russian construction company v. Chinese contractor; recovery of damages; Russian law; total amount of claims – approximately EUR 70 million.
quantum (damages) experts
construction experts
Law experts in other jurisdictions

General arbitration experience

Russian law
Belarussian law
Swedish law
Norwegian law, Finnish law
maritime arbitrations
сonstruction arbitrations
commercial arbitration
Has been involved in mediation as Party's representative
The Hague Academy of International Law

Education, qualifications, awards

National Research University – Higher School of Economics, Specialist, 2008

Preferences as an arbitrator

IBA Guidelines on Conflicts of Interest in International Arbitration
IBA Rules
fully electronic
it is up to parties to decide
Maximum deference to the right to present the party’s case
Rigorous control of the process by the tribunal
If it is a legal issue or an important factual issue
It is only for parties to decide and arbitrators should focus on resolution of the dispute