Tuyana Molokhoeva is an international arbitration and complex business litigation expert. As an experienced foreign attorney, she is well-equipped to implement legal perspective to all aspects of expert work in both litigation and technical due diligence projects. Before joining Quandary Peak Research, she worked for a top international law firm, leading cross-border legal teams in multimillion dollar international arbitrations and litigations involving foreign investment, commercial contracts, shareholder disputes, and software development.
At Quandary Peak, Tuyana advises clients on IP litigation and arbitration involving trade secret misappropriation, breach of contract, and copyright infringement. She provides assistance to experts at all stages including client onboarding, analysis of documentary evidence, discovery, and expert report drafting. On technical due diligence projects, she focuses on analysis of open source software components, including interpretation of programmatic analysis results, assessment of the risks related to open source licenses terms and cybersecurity vulnerabilities and possible ways to address them. She also provides project management support in technical due diligence and litigation cases, including organizing the team internally and ensuring the final product addresses the client’s specific concerns.
Tuyana obtained her Master’s Degree in Law from the USC Gould School of Law where she was a recipient of the prestigious Dispute Resolution Award (merit-based full tuition scholarship). She also earned the Graduate Certificate in Technology and Entrepreneurship Law together with her Master’s degree. She obtained her first law degree from Lomonosov Moscow State University in 2014.
Tuyana currently serves as a Co-Chair of the Young CalArb—a young chapter of California Arbitration—a non-profit organization which is aimed to promote resolution of international business disputes through arbitration in California.