Artem Doudko FCIArb, a solicitor-advocate, is a Partner and Head of Russia & CIS Disputes in the London Dispute Resolution Practice at Osborne Clarke LLP. Artem is identified as a Next Generation Partner in Legal500 UK 2020 for his expertise in International Arbitration.
Artem is a member of the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR representing ICC Russia. Artem is a member of the Nomination Committee of the Commission on International Arbitration of ICC Russia. He is also a member of the Board of the Ukrainian Arbitration Association.
Artem has a strong reputation and profile in his field and has been recognised in the Who's Who Legal: Arbitration 2020 - Arbitrators & Counsel directory. He has been repeatedly voted as one of the top “young” Russia and CIS disputes lawyers in the Russian Arbitration Association’s annual vote and as a ‘Rising Star’ in commercial arbitration by both Legal Media Group’s Expert Guides and Super Lawyers.
Artem focuses on international arbitration and litigation involving Russian and/or CIS issues as well as advising Russian-speaking clients.
Artem Doudko is a leading presence in CIS-related arbitration. A quick thinker and great legal mind, who will always go the extra mile to achieve the best results for his clients."
Representing Respondent in confidential LCIA Arbitration worth EUR 300 million about division of assets.
Joint Venture Dispute
Representing a Claimant in a dispute about a joint venture mining project in Central Asia.
Representing a number of Defendants in English court proceedings arising out of alleged conspiracy claims relating to the issue of loan notes in Russia.
Third Party Funding advice
Advising client in negotiations with third party funder and in dispute with previous advisors.
IT Services Dispute
Advising International IT Security company in dispute with Middle Eastern Telecoms company.
Spanish technology business
Advising a Spanish technology business in respect of a contractual dispute with a telecom company in Saudi.
LCIA arbitration in a dispute about distribution of assets.
Acting for a Cyprus-based Respondent in an LCIA arbitration worth US$ 300 million in a dispute about distribution of assets.
Joint Venture dispute in mining industry
Advising a Russian client on a dispute resolution strategy in respect of an asset removed from a JV in the mining industry in Central Asia
Defending against conspiracy to dissipate assets
Acting for Defendants in respect of multiple claims brought in the English courts where the Defendants are accused of being part of a conspiracy to dissipate the Claimants’ assets through the use of certain financial instruments.
Should a claim be stayed where foreign proceedings arise from the same dispute but are not framed in identical terms?
Osborne Clarke secures a victory in staying a claim brought in England on the basis of proceedings brought in Cyprus...