Mr Elijah Putilin is a co-founder of Putilin Sippel Ltd., a dispute resolution and public international law boutique having its offices in Hong Kong and Malaysia. Prior to co-founding Putilin Sippel, Mr Putilin worked as a Deputy Head of Legal Services at the Asian International Arbitration Centre (AIAC) and Secretary General of the Asian Domain Name Dispute Resolution Centre (ADNDRC). As part of the AIAC and ADNDRC, Mr Putilin co-led a team of counsels and supervised more than 3000 adjudication, arbitration, mediation and domain name disputes cases referred to the Centre. Mr Putilin also played an instrumental role in revision of the AIAC's rules and the Arbitration Act 2005. Before he moved to Malaysia to join the AIAC and the ADNDRC, Mr Putilin had practiced principally from Moscow offices of Squire Patton Boggs and Clifford Chance. He represented and advised clients in more than 50 cases before SCC, LCIA, ICC, ICDR and ICAC (Russia) tribunals, foreign and domestic courts of all levels, including the RF Supreme Courts, and international trade tribunals.