Jane Fedotova, Associate, Dispute Resolution
As an English solicitor-advocate, my work focuses on dispute resolution for corporate and individual clients, with experience in international arbitration, High Court litigation and white-collar crime. In addition to England and Wales, I am admitted to practice law in Russia and form part of the firm’s Russia & CIS Group.
My experience in international arbitration includes acting for investors in a multi-billion Energy Charter Treaty claim under the SCC Rules. Past representations include arbitrations governed by the UNCITRAL and LCIA Rules, as well as service in the LCIA Secretariat as legal counsel.
Most of my work implicates a multi-jurisdictional aspect, with complex set of facts related to corporate governance or debt arrangements. Assistance to clients has included extradition requests, Interpol notices, bankruptcy petitions, contempt applications, freezing orders, disclosure and interim relief applications both in High Court litigation and international arbitration.
Alongside practice, my pursuit of a PhD at Queen Mary University London has led to research on interim relief in arbitration and emergency arbitrator procedures.
Additional engagements cover organization of the annual London Legal Run, arbitration events as a member of the executive committee of RCAN (Russian and CIS Arbitration Network), as well as writing and speaking at legal events focused on the CIS markets.
My hobbies include cycling, hiking and music, with an interest in world religions.