Konstantin Mishin

Konstantin Mishin is an associate at RGD’s Dispute Resolution practice. He has 13 years of experience in international arbitration and Russian litigation on a wide range of commercial matters, including the recovery of multi-million-dollar damages for the downtime of large European automobile and agricultural plants.


Prior to joining RGD, Konstantin worked at Renault Russia and Sodrugestvo Group (the largest agricultural corporation in Eastern Europe), where he resolved disputes and disagreements with strategic partners and advised internal clients on finding mutually beneficial solutions.

Konstantin received his LL.M. in International Arbitration at the American University Washington College of Law (ranked 7th in International Law in the US), where he was awarded a Full-Ride Scholarship.


Primary Practice Focus: Dispute Resolution

Industry Sectors: Industry & Transportation

Languages: Russian, English

Landmark engagement experience

  • Representing a major Asian construction company in an arbitration related to construction of a large energy plant under the ICC Rules

  • Representing a major Russian businessman in a dispute regarding removal of publications defaming his honour, dignity and business reputation before Latvian courts, as well as in connection with enforcement of the obtained interim measures in the form of blocking unwanted articles

  • Resolved a dispute between a major automaker and a supplier, preventing plant downtime and multimillion-dollar losses, found a solution to a problem that suited both parties, and helped launch a new project that benefited both parties


  • LL.M. in International Arbitration, American University Washington College of Law, 2022

  • DL, Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, 2009


  • Russia, 2009

International Experience
Konstantin Mishin