Dr. Jane (Jevgenija) 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, insolvency and arbitration matters often involving issues pertaining to asset tracing.
In particular, Jane often advises corporate and individual clients who seek to wind up a company in the BVI and appoint liquidators. Jane also often advises clients on court interim measures, including appointment of receivers, in support of on-going foreign litigation and arbitration, and assist clients with enforcement of arbitral awards and foreign judgments in the BVI.
Prior to joining Conyers, Jane practiced law in London and was seconded to serve as counsel for the London Court of International Arbitration. Jane has been awarded the Queen Mary University of London degree of PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) and successfully defended her thesis entitled: “The Concept of the Emergency Arbitrator: Is It a Novelty? Meaning of “Emergency”, Legal Framework, Standards and Enforcement of the Emergency Relief”. Jane continues to pursue her academic interests as an associate lecturer teaching an investment arbitration course at the Queen Mary University of London.
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