Victor Dumler


Disputes arising out of supply of goods, equipment, and energy (oil & gas resources), infrastructure projects, M&A and corporate matters, financial and advisory services, Renewables, tech transfer, Sports law


Bashkir State University Faculty of Law, with distinction
University of Cambridge, International Law

Overview of professional experience

🔷 Victor Dumler currently holds the position of Managing Partner at the Dumler & Partners Law office, St. Petersburg, Russia. At the same time, he currently serves as a Board Member at the St. Petersburg State University Faculty of Law, he contributes to shaping the educational programs of the institution.

🔷 Victor Dumler is highly regarded in the realm of international arbitration and has contributed significantly to various rosters of arbitrators. His involvement spans prestigious institutions such as the Maritime Arbitration Commission at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation (MAC), Vienna International Arbitration Centre (VIAC), Permanent Arbitration at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia, Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC), and Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC).

🔷 Victor has Arbitration experience since 2005. He has been appointed as arbitrator in ICC, ICAC, MAC, and other proceedings. Noteworthy cases include representing a major state company of the Republic of Kazakhstan in a dispute involving renewables technologies and equipment supply, a case heard under ICC rules with Swiss law in Geneva. Other highlights of his legal career include representing a Russian shipowner in a dispute with a German shipper (ICAC, Russian law, Moscow), co-representing the Republic of Armenia in a historic USD 326 million investment arbitration over significant road and rail infrastructure projects (ICSID, Armenian law, Frankfurt) and representing an Armenian drilling company in an equipment supply dispute with a Swedish engineering holding (SCC, Swedish law, Stockholm).