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Artem Barsukov, FCIArb is a Swedish- and Russian-speaking lawyer who operates a global arbitration practice based in Edmonton, leveraging a decade of experience in international dispute resolution.
Over the years, Artem has successfully represented clients all over the world in complex international and domestic arbitrations collectively worth over US$2 billion. He has acted as arbitration counsel under the world’s leading international arbitration systems, including ICC, LCIA and UNCITRAL, and appeared before multinational arbitral tribunals in Doha, London and Mexico City, as well as virtually during the covid-19 pandemic. Artem has particular expertise in construction disputes, having acted for owners, contractors and subcontractors in a wide variety of disputes arising from large-scale international construction projects.
Artem is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (FCIArb) and is actively working to expand his arbitration practice to include the role of an arbitrator. Among other things, Artem is looking to leverage the unique intersection of his Swedish and Russian background and his decade of experience acting as counsel in high-profile international commercial arbitration cases to arbitrate ‘east-to-west’ disputes traditionally heard at the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce.
Artem is very active in the Canadian and global arbitration community. Artem is a member of the ICC Canada National Committee and currently serves on its Nominations Commission. Artem is also a member of Young Canadian Arbitration Practitioners, Young Arbitrators Sweden and the Swedish Arbitration Association. He publishes and speaks regularly on topics pertaining to international commercial arbitration.
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