Tatyana Neveeva has an extensive experience in dispute resolution in courts and international arbitration, namely under the rules of the ICAC at the Russian CCI, ICC, SCC, LCIA.
Tatyana’s expertise covers representation of both Russian and international clients in international arbitration. Her current mandates include a number of disputes heard by ICC and the ICAC at the Russian CCI.
Tatyana’s highlights are:
- Representing Limitless, a UAE-based investment and construction company under the implementation of a major infrastructure project in Russia (in Russian and Cyprus courts).
- Representing Rosatom Overseas in a dispute under the ICC rules arising out of an EPC contract as related to construction of an atomic power station.
- Representing a domestic group in a dispute under the ICC rules in a subcontractor’s claim over the idle time charges due to construction of an atomic power station abroad.
- Representing a domestic client in a dispute under the SCC rules over the services of control over commissioning of the equipment.
- Representing a domestic client in a dispute under the ICC rules arising out of an EPC contract as related to construction of a drilling rig.
- Representing a major dispute with a contractor over payment for additional works claimed by the contractor following the construction of a plant’s logistics platform.
Prior to joining the Firm, Tatyana was employed with international law firms MacLeod Dixon and Magisters. Ms Neveeva has co-authored a number of books on law released by Thomson West and CMP Publishing International Law and Policy.
Tatyana Neveeva graduated from the Moscow State Legal Academy cum laude and had her LL.M from the Moscow Higher School of Social and Economic Sciences (with honors) and from the Durham University, UK (with honors).
Tatyana is fluent in English and French.
She has been admitted to the Moscow Bar.