Konstantin Bureiko is an English-qualified associate based in the London office of Debevoise & Plimpton. He is a member of the firm’s White Collar & Regulatory Defense Group and the Arbitration & International Disputes Group.
Mr. Bureiko’s practice focuses on white collar defence and investigations, and on high-value, complex and multi-jurisdictional commercial litigation and arbitration matters.
Mr. Bureiko has experience conducting international anti-corruption investigations for large multinational companies. In addition, he regularly advises multinational clients on EU and UK sanctions, export control issues and money-laundering regulations.
Mr. Bureiko also has experience representing corporate clients in relation to international commercial arbitrations under the LCIA, ICC and UNCITRAL rules.
Mr. Bureiko’s recent publications include: ‘Iran Nuclear Sanctions Deal Reached,’ Debevoise & Plimpton Client Update (July, 2015); ‘The EU Sanctions Landscape in 2015: Everything a German Firm Needs to Know,’ featured in AmCham Germany Newsletter (April, 2015); ‘U.S. and EU Continue to Expand Ukraine-related Sanctions and Clarify Sanctions Targeting Russian Companies,’ (January, 2015); ‘Increasing EU Sanctions Set To Challenge Insurers,’ Insurance Day (December, 2014); and the UK year-in-review section of the FCPA Update, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP, Vol. 5, No. 6 (January, 2014) for which he was an assistant editor. Mr. Bureiko is also associate editor of the firm’s monthly Sanctions Alert.