Tuyana Molokhoeva concentrates on international dispute resolution matters including international arbitrations and complex cross-border litigations. She represented clients in arbitrations under UNCITRAL, SCC and LCIA Rules seated in Stockholm, London and Hong Kong. She advised clients on litigations in various jurisdictions, including the Netherlands, Cyprus, Switzerland, India and the US.
Before joining Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (Russia) LLP, Tuyana worked at international disputes practice of a leading Russian law firm. Tuyana graduated from Lomonosov Moscow State University in 2014.
Representing RusHydro in a UNCITRAL arbitration against the Kyrgyz Government over reimbursement of RusHydro’s costs of $37 million incurred in connection with the project for construction of the Upper-Naryn hydroelectric power plant cascade in Kyrgyzstan.
Advising a major Russian bank on a dispute with a group of companies in energy sector arising out of an English law governed facility agreement and a guarantee.
Advising a major Russian electricity generating company on bankruptcy and related court proceedings in Switzerland.
Represented one of the biggest Russian IT companies in a dispute with its subcontractor, a major EU-based IT company. The dispute arose as a result of termination of the contracting agreement by the customer, as well as the sublicensing agreement granting a license on the software.
Advised a major Russian bank in a dispute against its partner in a joint venture. The dispute arose out of the share purchase and subscription agreement and the shareholders’ agreement governed by English law.
Represented a State Agency in ad hoc arbitration and several parallel litigations over a dispute with former partners of a joint venture in metal industry.
Represented a State Agency in SCC arbitration against a CIS based company concerning the dispute out of a construction contract. A sole arbitrator dismissed the claim against the client at the jurisdictional stage.
Represented a Russian company in an LCIA arbitration concerning a dispute over a share purchase agreement.