Dmitry Bayandin

Associate

Paris
Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP
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Dmitry Bayandin is an associate at in the Litigation & Arbitration department of Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP Paris, where his practice focuses on international commercial and investor-state arbitration. He has participated in arbitral proceedings conducted under the arbitration rules of the major arbitral institutions (such as ICSID, ICC, LCIA, VIAC, SCAI), as well as in ad hoc proceedings, including under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules. Prior to joining Willkie, Dmitry worked for three years as an associate at a Paris-based international arbitration boutique firm.

Dmitry obtained a Master Degree in Business Law from the Sciences Po Paris Law School and an LL.B in Public International Law from the Faculty of Law of the MGIMO University in Moscow.

He is a member of the Paris Bar and is registered to practice law in Russia.

Dmitry Bayandin is an associate at in the Litigation & Arbitration department of Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP Paris, where his practice focuses on international commercial and investor-state arbitration. He has participated in arbitral proceedings conducted under the arbitration rules of the major arbitral institutions (such as ICSID, ICC, LCIA, VIAC, SCAI), as well as in ad hoc proceedings, including under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules. Prior to joining Willkie, Dmitry worked for three years as an associate at a Paris-based international arbitration boutique firm.

Dmitry obtained a Master Degree in Business Law from the Sciences Po Paris Law School and an LL.B in Public International Law from the Faculty of Law of the MGIMO University in Moscow.

He is a member of the Paris Bar and is registered to practice law in Russia.

Selected Significant Matters

  • The Kyrgyz Republic in Penwell Business v. Kyrgyz Republic (PCA Case No. 2017-31), a London-seated UNCITRAL arbitration initiated by Penwell, a British Virgin Islands-based company, based on the Kyrgyz Foreign Investment Law.
  • The Kyrgyz Republic in VIP Kyrgyzstan Holding and Menacrest v. Kyrgyz Republic (PCA Case No. 2018-21), a London-seated UNCITRAL arbitration initiated by VIP Kyrgyzstan Holding and Menacrest, two Switzerland-based investment companies, based on the Kyrgyz Foreign Investment Law on Investments and a regional investment treaty.
  • The Kyrgyz Republic in RusHydro v. Kyrgyz Republic (PCA Case No. 2018-21), a Hong Kong-seated UNCITRAL arbitration initiated by RusHydro, Russian state-owned hydroelectricity company, based on an intra-state agreement, the Eurasian Investment Agreement and the EEU Treaty. 
  • The Kyrgyz Republic in National Center on Complex Processing of Mineral Raw Materials of the Republic of Kazakhstan v. Kyrgyz Republic (PCA Case No. 2019-01), a London-seated UNCITRAL arbitration initiated by a Kazakh state-owned metallurgical company, based on the Kazakhstan-Kyrgyzstan BIT.
  • The Kyrgyz Republic in JSC QazaqGaz (f.k.a KazTransGaz) v. Kyrgyz Republic, a Paris-seated UNCITRAL arbitration initiated by a Kazakh state-owned energy company, based on the Kyrgyz Foreign Investment Law and the Kazakhstan-Kyrgyzstan BIT. 
  • The Kyrgyz Republic in UAB Garsu Pasaulis v. Kyrgyz Republic, a Paris-seated UNCITRAL Arbitration initiated by a Lithuanian secure printing company, based on the Lithuania-Kyrgyzstan BIT.

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