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Panov Andrey

Panov Andrey

Allen & Overy
Tel: +7 495 725 7900
Address: Allen & Overy, Dmitrovsky pereulok 9, Moscow, 107031, Russian Federation

General information

Russian Federation
Russian - fluent
English - fluent
German - can read documents without translation


Allen & Overy , Moscow
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Associate - Senior Associate - Counsel
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Associate - Senior Associate
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Beiten Burkhardt , Moscow
Arzinger, Gorbunov & Partners , Moscow

Experience as arbitrator

Served as arbitrator in 4-7 cases in domestic and international arbitrations
ICAC Rules
RAC Rules
Rules of the Arbitration Center at RSPP
ICC Rules
TIAC Rules

Examples of cases

- emergency arbitrator under the TIAC Rules in a dispute between an Uzbek and Hong Kong companies relating to the supply of the oil products (place of arbitration: Uzbekistan; applicable law: Uzbek); - arbitrator appointed by the ICC on behalf of the Respondent in dispute between a Belorussian and a German companies arising out of an agreement for supply of equipment (amount in dispute: approx. EUR 65 thousand; ICC Rules; place of arbitration: Zurich; applicable law: Swiss) - arbitrator appointed by the ICAC at the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in a dispute between a Russian and a German comanies arising out of the agreement for supply of aviation equipment (amount in dispute: approx. USD 3 mln; ICAC Arbitration Rules; place of arbitration: Moscow; applicable law: German).

Experience as the tribunal’s secretary / assistant to the president of the tribunal

Acted as a tribunal secretary in one case under the Rules of the ICAC.

Experience as counsel

Acted as counsel for 5-10 years in domestic and international arbitrations
ICAC Rules
Rules of the Arbitration Center at RSPP
LCIA Rules
ICC Rules
SCC Rules
SIAC Rules

Examples of cases

- representing a Russian subcontractor in a dispute with a Spanish main contractor in relation to delay of completion of the project and non-payment for certain works; ICC Rules, Geneva seat, Swiss law, claims and counterclaims value in total around USD 50 million; - representing a Kazakh telecoms company in a dispute with an international IT company in relation to contract for development and implementation of the new IT system; Stockholm seat, Swedish law, SCC Rules, claims and counterclaims totaling EUR 45 million; - representing a Cyprus based company in a dispute against the BVI company in relation to a solar power project in Japan; the dispute concerned excercise of put-option rights under a JV agreement; Amsterdam seat, Dutch law, ICC Rules, approx. EUR 70 million; - representing a Russian chemical company in a dispute against the Swiss trader in relation to non-payment for the products sold under a long-term agreement; London seat, English law, LCIA Rules, approx. USD 3 million; - representing a Russian coffee shops chain in a dispute against a BVI company in relation to reduction of price paid for the shares in a competing coffee shops chain operator; London seat, English law, LCIA Rules, approx. USD 15 million; - representing a Russian car manufacturer in a dispute with its Chinese supplier of spare parts in relation to an early termination of the supply agreement; London seat (hearing held in Moscow), Russian law, LCIA Rules, approx. USD 12 mln.
quantum (damages) experts
construction experts

General arbitration experience

Geneva and/or Zurich
Geneva and/or Zurich
Russian law
English law
French law
German law
Swedish law
Swiss law
Dutch law
commercial arbitration
сonstruction arbitrations
сonstruction arbitrations
investment arbitration
commercial arbitration
commercial arbitration
CIArb – MCIArb or FCIArb or Chartered Arbitrator
ICC Advanced Arbitration Academy
FIAA International Arbitration Advocacy Workshop: Questioning of Fact Witnesses in International Arbitration
ICAC at the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry; Arbtiration Centre at the RSPP; Tashkent International Arbitration Centre

Education, qualifications, awards

Oxford University, Magister Juris, Honors: yes, 2009, Weidenfeld Scholar
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Diplome in Law, Honors: yes, 2007
Recommended by Chambers & Partners, Legal 500, Who’s Who Legal, and the Best Lawyers.
Councilor at the LCIA European Users' Council; Member of the International Advisory Board of the VIAC; Member of the Board at the Russian Arbitration Centre; Member of the RAA Working Group responsible for drafting the Prague Rules; Member of the 2020 Revision Task Force of the IBA Rules on the Taking of Evidence; Former chair of the ICC Russia Arbitration Appointment Committee.

Preferences as an arbitrator

As required by the applicable arbitration rules
No preference
no general preference
no general preference
fully electronic
no general preference
no general preference
Maximum deference to the right to present the party’s case
Rigorous control of the process by the tribunal
Only if it is a legal issue the arbitrators may wish to have submissions on
It is only for parties to decide and arbitrators should focus on resolution of the dispute