Artem Doudko FCIArb, a solicitor-advocate, is a Partner in the London Dispute Resolution Practice at Osborne Clarke LLP, specialising in complex international disputes with a particular focus on international arbitration. Artem acts both as counsel and as arbitrator.
Artem has a strong reputation and profile in the field of International Arbitration and has been recognised as a Global Leader in the Who's Who Legal: Arbitration directory (2020-2023); as a Next Generation Partner in Legal 500 UK (2020-2023); and as a Future Leader - Partner in the Who's Who Legal: Commercial Litigation directory (2022).
Artem is an active and trusted member of the international disputes community, including in the following ways: Artem is a member of the LCIA Court. Artem is a member of the Board of London International Disputes Week ("LIDW"). Artem is a member of the Membership Committee of the Silicon Valley Arbitration & Mediation Center ("SVAMC)". Artem is a Vice Chairman of the Board of RAA and a member of the executive committee of RCAN. Artem has been a member of the ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR and a member of the Board of UAA.
Artem Doudko is a superb lawyer – incredibly hardworking, professional, always well prepared, and has great commercial understanding and a lot of common sense.’ ‘Artem Doudko has excellent strategic thinking – listens to advice and adapts strategy.’ 'Artem Doudko is client focused and does the job well
Aircraft Lease Termination Dispute
Representing a claimant aircraft leasing company in a dispute about the termination of multiple aircraft leases.
Family Office Investment
Advising a family office of UHNW family on an investment into a UK-based technology business. Achieving a substantial multimillion recovery for the client.
Aircraft Lease Multiple Breaches Dispute
Representing a defendant aircraft leasing company in a dispute involving multiple claims under a number of aircraft leases.
Representing Energy Trader
Representing an energy trading business regarding the termination of a contractual relationship. Dispute settled.
Representing a Cyprus-based Respondent in an LCIA Arbitration worth EUR 300 million about division of assets and related matters.
Presiding arbitrator in an international ICC arbitration regarding claims worth in excess of US$10million relating to an investment into a joint venture in the space industry.
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...