Senior Associate, Norton Rose Fulbright
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 and is included in the lists of various arbitral institutions, including the ICAC.
Andrey is a councillor at the LCIA European Users’ Council and the LCIA YIAG regional representative for Russia. He is also a member of the Nominations Committee of the ICC Russia. He regularly speaks and publishes on various aspects of international arbitration. He is a country reporter for Russia at the ITA Board of Reporters and a member of several subcommittees of the IBA arbitration committee. He was involved in drafting the RAA online arbitration rules and the arbitration rules for corporate disputes. He is a co-chair of the RAA working group on drafting the rules on the taking of evidence.
Andrey is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He is featured by Who’s Who Legal in the ranking of the Future Leaders of Arbitration (2017), where he is praised as “a rising star” who has “a scientific approach and a natural understanding of international arbitration”. He is also ranked by Chambers Europe, where sources describe him as “completely at ease” on complex cases, while clients appreciate his “good preparation and ethical approach” and praise him as “an excellent orator”. Expert Guides 2016 ranked him among the raising stars in international arbitration. Andrey was also voted one of Russia’s Top Young Arbitration Practitioners by RAA 40 (in 2014, 2015 and 2016).
Andrey graduated from the Lomonosov Moscow State University and obtained a Magister Juris degree from the University of Oxford. In addition to his native Russian, he speaks English and German.