Marianna Rybynok

Marianna Rybynok

International Commercial Arbitration Counsel

English solicitor since 2011. Marianna has vast experience specializing in international arbitration in LCIA, ICC, Swiss Rules, SCC, FOSFA, UNCITRAL, and litigation in London High Court. Additionally, Marianna is an accomplished attorney with extensive experience in English and Russian commercial and corporate laws, and provides advice on sanctions and compliance. Marianna’s career spanned from being employed by such major global law firms as Baker&McKenzie LLP, Bryan Cave LLP and others. Fluent in English and French, and has a basic knowledge of Hindi.

Достижения и рекомендации

  • London Metropolitan University (London) (09/2006-07/2008) – LPC (Commendation), CPE.

  • The University of Aberdeen (Aberdeen) (2002-2006) - 2:1 LLB - Law (Hons) with options in Economics.     

Ключевые проекты
  • Assisting on a USD60m High Court case (breach of an SPA – sale of a large African bank): conducting witness interviews and drafting witness statements, document review and analysis, managing a team of paralegals; drafting instructions for an expert witness and working with an expert to prepare a final report; dealing with interim court applications.

  • Representing a Russian high net worth individual in a dispute regarding a breach of a shareholders agreement concerning a BVI company, a major shareholder in one the largest agricultural businesses in Russia (LCIA arbitration, seated in London, value of the dispute – GBP 10m).

  • Represented a Russian high net worth individual in a multijurisdictional dispute (English High Court, Russian Courts, Norwegian Courts) in connection with his alleged beneficial ownership over a group of companies in Russia and in several other jurisdictions (value of the claim is around USD $250m);

  • Representing a Latvian bank in connection with breach of a loan agreement and a conspiracy to defraud claim before the Cypriot courts against the fraudulent creditors located in Russia, Cyprus and Marshall Islands;

  • Defending a South African construction company against an over $800m claim in three arbitrations under the ICC and Swiss Rules with seats in Paris and Zurich in connection with a major construction project in Russia involving various allegations of fraud and bribery.