Mark Martirosyan | London | Hogan Lovells

Mark Martirosyan

Associate Litigation, Arbitration, and Employment


English, French, Russian

Martirosyan Mark

Mark Martirosyan
Martirosyan Mark
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Mark Martirosyan is an international commercial arbitration lawyer handling the most complex cross-border proceedings under the rules of LCIA, ICC and ICAC, including disputes involving CIS parties. He focuses on multifaceted asset-tracing and antifraud proceedings involving enforcement against assets located abroad. 

He also has experience in internal investigations into allegations of fraud, corruption and export control violations. In 2020, Mark worked at the International Chamber of the Commercial Court of Paris (Chambre Internationale du Tribunal de Commerce de Paris) dealing with international disputes as a Judge Assistant. That experience has been vital to his ability to greatly understand what the arbitrators and judges expect from counsel and manage those expectations.

Representative experience

Advising a European commodity trader in connection with an LCIA arbitration and satellite court proceedings in Russia and Hong Kong

Advising one of the largest European banks in an LCIA arbitration over facility and option agreements

Advising a major gas supplier in an ICC arbitration and related proceedings over a contract for the construction of a gas network

Acting for a major international hotel management company in an ICAC arbitration over breach of contract allegations

Advising a Fortune 500 US company in an investment arbitration worth over USD 100m against the Republic of Kazakhstan

Advising Penwell Business Limited in an investment arbitration against the Kyrgyz Republic

Representing the Deposit Insurance Agency (DIA) as a liquidator of Mezhprombank in English proceedings brought by the DIA against Sergey Viktorovich Pugachev, the Russian oligarch

Advising a Russian high-net worth individual in proceedings in the English High Court against his former business partner

Advising and representing a private fintech bank in relation to a cross-border corporate and IP litigation involving four European states


  • Master Degree in Private Law, Russian School of Private Law, 2020
  • Bachelor Degree in Private Law, Moscow State Institute for International Relations, Department of International Law, with honors, 2018