Andrey Panov is a senior associate in Norton Rose Fulbright’s Moscow office. His practice spans corporate, construction, energy, technology and general commercial disputes and focuses on commercial and investment arbitration as well as arbitration-related litigation. Andrey acted as an advocate in numerous complex cross-border cases before Russian courts of all levels and arbitral tribunals acting under the ICC, SCC, LCIA, SIAC and ICAC Rules, governed by English, Swiss, French, German, Dutch, Russian and Cypriot law. He also sits as an arbitrator under the rules of ICC, ICAC and the Arbitration Centre at the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs.
Andrey is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He is an officer of the LCIA European Users’ Council and the LCIA YIAG co-Chair. He is a member of the ICC Russia Nominations Committee. Andrey is a member of the Russian Arbitration Association and co-chairs its working group drafting the new rules of evidence in international arbitration (so called Prague Rules). He regularly speaks and publishes on various aspects of international arbitration.
Andrey is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. In 2018, he was for the second year in a row featured Who’s Who Legal in the ranking of the Future Leaders of Arbitration, being named among most highly regarded (non-partners Europe). He is also ranked by Chambers Global, Legal 500 and other directories. He was included in the 2018 edition of The Best Lawyers in Russia for his work in international arbitration.