Konstantin is the founder and managing partner of Lex Navicus Concordia law firm, and specialises in maritime law and insurance, commercial litigation and arbitration.
Konstantin started his legal practice in 2005 in commercial and maritime law and has since then been involved in Russia’s major maritime disputes, including those concerning oil spills and collisions in ice, with the involvement of nuclear ice-breakers on the Northern Sea Route, as well as the largest maritime casualty in recent Russian history that concerned a collision of a vessel with an onshore oil terminal. Konstantin has advised P&I Clubs about changes in Russian law and has given presentations for Clubs’ staff. He has taken part in numerous shipping and legal conferences. Konstantin is an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (ACIArb), and speaks English, Russian and Greek.