Dmitry Davydenko is a known Russian expert in mediation, arbitration and private international law. Practicing in legal consulting for more than 15 years he has been involved in many Russian and cross-border litigations and arbitrations relating to various economic sectors, including natural resources and construction works. He has taken part in international arbitrations under the Rules of ICC and other arbitral institutions. He also provides expertise on Russian legal matters, especially on procedural law, the judicial system, regulation of business, civil and commercial law.
He is the author of over 80 research papers (including 2 books) published in Russia, the UK, US, Germany and other countries covering various issues of transnational dispute resolution, regulation of international trade.
Listed as a recommended arbitrator of the International Commercial Arbitration Court and Maritime Arbitration Commission at the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry as well as of the Russian Arbitration Center.
Director and co-editor of CIS Arbitration Forum, a think-tank focusing on dispute resolution involving parties from the region.
Visiting Researcher and scholarship holder at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law, Hamburg.
Included in the list of best practitioners in arbitration in Russia under 45 as of the years 2017 - 2020 by Who's Who Legal and GAR.