21 November 2013

Kyiv Post publishes commentary by Robin Wittering on English law in international transactions

Ukrainian corporate legislation is as young as the country. It sprang up when Ukraine declared its independence in 1991. That’s also when demand for foreign legal counsel among local businesses skyrocketed, a trend that continues today, lawyers say.

19 November 2013

Getting the Deal Through – Product Recall 2014

Alexandra Lysova became the author of the Russia chapter of the Getting the Deal Through – Product Recall 2014.

7 November 2013

The Legal Status of Video Games: Comparative Analysis in National Approaches

Pavel Sadovsky and Vyacheslav Yugai contributed to the Study on Videogames published by World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO).

25 October 2013

These delicate parents-children matters...

KyivPost publishes an article by Oksana Ilchenko on antitrust regulation in Ukraine.

26 September 2013

Arbitrability of disputes from the viewpoint of Russian legislation and court practice

Evgenia Evdokimova writes on arbitrability of disputes from the viewpoint of Russian legislation and court practice.

11 September 2013

CDR publishes an interview with Ilya Nikiforov in a weekly newsletter

“Arbitration was attractive to me as commercial law in Russian courts during the early 1990s was very rudimentary. What you learnt in law school was looking like theory,” says Ilya Nikiforov, managing partner at Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners.

9 September 2013

Anna Rusetskaya and Dennis Turovets comments on the peculiarities of the Belarusian legal market

The minor countries of the CIS region have attracted less interest than their larger, louder neighbours but this is still a valuable region.

22 August 2013

UKRAINE: Arbitrazh courts and arbitration – what's in a name?

GAR publishes an article by Dmytro Marchukov and Oleksandr Volkov on a series of puzzling Ukrainian court decisions.

5 August 2013

Markiyan Kliuchkovskyi comments to "Interfax Ukraine" on UEFA not obliged to exclude Metalist from Champions League after Lausanne court ruling

UEFA has no obligation to exclude FC Metalist Kharkiv from the UEFA Champions League of the 2013/2014 season after the ruling of the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne, the club's representative in court, Head of Sports Law at the Egorov, Puginsky, Afanasiev and Partners Law Firm Markiyan Kliuchkovsky has said.

5 July 2013

RBTH Asia Pacific publishes commentary by Akhmat Glashev on “anti-money laundering” law

Russia’s investigators will be able to obtain statements on bank transactions and accounts held by companies and individual entrepreneurs, as well as data on operations, accounts, and deposits by individuals, only on the basis of a court order. Russian President Vladimir Putin signed the amendment into law at the end of June. Both chambers of parliament had approved the bill.

15 May 2013

The Moscow Times publishes commentary by Mark Rovinskiy on companies reassessing their presence in Cyprus

Depositors may be licking their wounds, and hoping for some kind of structured assistance by Russia to crippled Cypriot banks, but only a small number of Russian companies are leaving the island.

12 April 2013

Country Report Russia. Commercial Agency

International Distribution Institute publishes Commercial agency country report for Russia, prepared by Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev and Partners lawyers.

28 February 2013

YIAG e-news (January 2013)

Olga Vishnevskaya authors the Russia chapter of YIAG e-news.

22 February 2013

‘Arbitration trap’ and small claims: Russian recent experience and guidelines

IBA Legal Practice Division Newsletter Arbitration News publishes an article by Olga Vishnevskaya and Evgeny Raschevsky.

15 December 2012

Dimitry Afanasiev gives an interview to Sir Christopher Meyer in his “Networks of Power”

The former diplomat investigates how Moscow has changed since the break-up of the USSR and meets some of the city's most influential residents.