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Andrey Panov



Andrey Panov



Andrey is a Counsel in Allen & Overy’s Dispute Resolution practice based in Moscow. He has over 12 years of experience representing his clients before Russian and foreign courts, as well before arbitral tribunals. Andrey regularly acts as lead counsel in his cases, and has conducted his own advocacy in numerous commercial, construction and investment arbitration cases under the ICC, SCC, LCIA, SIAC and ICAC Rules. He has also represented clients in many high profile commercial and corporate disputes at all levels of the Russian courts, with some of his cases becoming precedents cited in the information letters of the Presidium of the Supreme Arbitration Court of the Russian Federation.

Andrey has advised his clients on litigation conducted in jurisdictions including England and Wales, Switzerland, Cyprus, Jersey, the British Virgin Islands and the Marshall Islands. In addition, Andrey sits as an arbitrator in domestic and international cases under various sets of rules, including the ICC.

Andrey is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (FCIArb), the only non-partner member of the LCIA European Users’ Council, and a co-chair of the LCIA Young International Arbitration Group (YIAG). He is recognised in all major legal directories and is highlighted as “one of the top next-generation arbitrators” and “one of the most prominent Russian practitioners” in the field of international arbitration.

News & insights

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Publications: 20 FEBRUARY 2020

Ineffectiveness of repayment of financing and ineffectiveness of establishing security pursuant to Art. 127.3 of Bankruptcy Law

In their podcast, Weronika Groskrejc and Artur Rutkowski, banking and finance lawyers at Allen & Overy Warsaw, try to answer the question in what circumstances it is permissible to repay debt and establish security so as not to violate the rules of hardening period under Art. 127.3 of Bankruptcy Law. Listen to the podcast.

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News: 20 FEBRUARY 2020

A&O retains title as leading global transactional law firm for sixth year

Allen & Overy advised on more deals during 2019 than any other law firm in the world. According to data from Refinitiv and Dealogic, A&O advised on 17% more deals than its nearest competitor across global DCM, ECM, M&A, loans and project finance.

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News: 18 FEBRUARY 2020

A&O’s U.S. Leveraged Finance practice receives top 10 rankings across several categories from Debtwire

Our New York team remains among the leading advisers across the North American leveraged finance market, according to data published by Debtwire.

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Publications: 18 FEBRUARY 2020

Antitrust and Brexit – where do we stand?

The UK has well-established domestic antitrust and merger control regimes, enforced by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).

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Law degree (first class honours), Lomonosov Moscow State University, 2007

Magister Juris (masters) degree with distinction, University of Oxford, 2009