Jevgenija (Jane) Fedotova is an Associate in the Litigation & Restructuring Department of Conyers Dill & Pearman in the British Virgin Islands. Her practice covers a wide range of commercial and civil litigation matters.
Prior to joining Conyers, Jevgenija practiced law in England with a focus on dispute resolution matters for individual and corporate clients. Jevgenija has experience in High Court litigation and international arbitration, often involving multi-jurisdictional disputes related to corporate governance and debt arrangements in the energy, agriculture, insurance and banking sectors. She previously was seconded to serve as counsel for the London Court of International Arbitration (“LCIA”). She also worked on legal transition and reform projects for the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in the countries of its operation.
Alongside her legal practice, Jevgenija is undertaking academic research in international arbitration, particularly on emergency arbitrator procedures.
Emergency Arbitrator: Overseas Experience and Russian Arbitration Law, New Horizons of International Arbitration, OOO Tsyfra Zakona, Moscow, Issue 3, May 2015
The Resolution of Disputes at the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA): Practical Aspects, Russian Law Journal, Volume II (2014), Issue 2
Right of First Sale in European Economic Area, Corporate Lawyer, Issue No. 3, February 2013
Anti-corruption Due Diligence and the Extra-territorial Effect of UK’s Bribery Act, Company Lawyer, Issue No. 2, February 2013
Interim Remedies Available under English Law in Support of Russian Court Proceedings (Part I), Legal Insight, Issue 8, 14 October 2012
Interim Remedies Available under English Law in Support of Russian Court Proceedings (Part II), Legal Insight, Issue 10, 16 December 2012
30 Jan 2021
Shareholder Rights and Remedies: a summary
Companies | Unfair Prejudice | Winding Up
22 Jan 2021
BVI Passes Legislation Codifying the “Black Swan” Jurisdiction
31 Dec 2020
Ciban Management Corporation (Appellant) v Citco (BVI) Ltd and another (Respondents) Privy Council
Appeal | Companies