Dmitry Lysenko is a senior associate in the Moscow office of Baker & McKenzie. He specializes in litigation and international commercial arbitration, including commercial disputes, bankruptcies and disputes with state authorities.
He also has advisory experience in commercial contracts, insurance, IT/telecoms and international law matters, as well as experience in compliance investigations. Mr. Lysenko is a member of Baker & McKenzie’s Dispute Resolution Practice Group.
Represented a foreign trade company in arbitration arising out of a dispute under an international sale and purchase contract. Represented the client in proceedings on recognition and enforcement of the arbitral award, including successful representation at the Supreme Arbitrazh [Commercial] Court of the Russian Federation;
Advised a global payment processing corporation on the U.S.-imposed sanctions and related potential proceedings;
Represented a premium brand car manufacturer in a dispute related to termination of a dealership agreement;
Advised foreign reinsurance companies on a potential dispute regarding the largest power plant accident in Russia;
Represented a premium brand alcohol manufacturer in numerous administrative proceedings;
Represented a major chemical corporation in numerous court proceedings (including proceedings against state authorities) related to the construction of a sea port;
Advised and represented a multinational manufacturing company in amicable settlement of a dispute arising from a power equipment supply and installation contract;
Advised the largest European engineering conglomerate on a potential dispute with a major power management company arising out of a contract for the development of a power management and control system;
Advised a major Russian state-owned corporation on a dispute caused by the counterparty’s failure to perform its obligations under a shareholders' agreement;
Advised a major bank in challenging consumer protection-related sanctions imposed by state authorities;
Advised and represented a major foreign construction company in pre-arbitration negotiations under an engineering, procurement, construction and management (EPCM) contract