Ilya Rybalkin > Rybalkin, Gortsunyan & Partners > Moscow, Russia > Lawyer Profile

Rybalkin, Gortsunyan & Partners
ENTRANCE B, 5TH FLOOR
2, TSVETNOY BOULEVARD
MOSCOW, 127051
Russia

Work Department

Litigation & Investigations

Position

Founding Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution practice

Career

Ilya Rybalkin is a founding partner of RGP and the head of our Dispute Resolution practice. His practice focuses on large-scale commercial cross border disputes, fraud litigation, investigations and reputation recovery matters. Ilya also advises major Russian and international clients on corporate activity, especially those having a significant litigation component.

Prior to founding RGP Ilya was a partner with Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, Hogan & Hartson and Noerr. He has over 20 years’ professional experience representing clients in complex, corporate disputes and developing legal strategies for international litigation and arbitration; internal investigations relating to allegations of corruption; cross border, white-collar crime matters; and regulatory investigations and enforcement matters, as well as investigations regarding improper dealings with public officials. Ilya’s credibility and depth of knowledge in relation to Russian and international fraud and asset tracing litigation is appreciated by clients and acknowledged by the legal press. He advises clients in a wide range of industries, including oil and gas, mining, energy, retail, real estate and media.

In 2020 Ilya became a member of the Scientific Advisory Board on International Law under the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation and a member of ICC FraudNet. In 2019 Ilya was included in the ICC Russia’s roster of arbitrators and his questionnaire was added to the List of Practitioners on VIAC’s website.

Languages

Russian, English, German, French

Memberships

ICC FradNet
Scientific Advisory Board on International Law under the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation

Education

DL, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO), 1999