MEDIA COVERAGE
17 November 2015

Commercial Arbitration - Russia. GAR know-how | Evgeny Raschevsky, Dmitry Dyakin, Dmitry Kaysin, Victor Radnaev

Evgeny Raschevsky, Dmitry Dyakin, Dmitry Kaysin and Victor Radnaev authored the Commercial Arbitration Russia chapter of the know-how section of Global Arbitration Review.

10 November 2015

On development of energy market in Ukraine and CIS | commentary by Markiyan Kliuchkovskyi and Roman Stepanenko, The Lawyer

With a traditionally strong energy market hit by political instability, CIS nations are diversify into green energy. Will law firms do the same?

12 October 2015

New legal regime for challenging major transactions: reform for the sake of reform? | Dmitry Stepanov, Zakon

Zakon publishes an article by Dmitry Stepanov.

9 September 2015

The Merger Control Review. Edition 6. Russia chapter | Anna Numerova, Elena Kazak, The Merger Control Review

Anna Numerova and Elena Kazak became the authors of the Russia chapter in The Merger Control Review.

27 August 2015

Legal aspects of the potential transfer of FC Dynamo Kyiv captain to FC Barcelona | commentary by Markiyan Kliuchkovskyi, KyivPost

Barcelona’s most read soccer newspaper Sport on Aug. 25-26 has reported that Dynamo Kyiv forward Andriy Yarmolenko is wanted at Camp Nou as a replacement.

26 August 2015

Construction 2016: Russia | Elena Gavrilina, Yuri Savvin, Anton Alekseev, Construction 2016 Russia chapter

Elena Gavrilina, Yuri Savvin and Anton Alekseev became the authors of Construction 2016 Russia chapter.

1 August 2015

The Banker publishes commentary by Mark Rovinskiy on special economic zones in Russia

Special economic zones (SEZs) are being used to develop the more remote parts of Russia and countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), but there are concerns that bureaucracy and government intervention are stifling their growth.

28 July 2015

Mikhail Kazantsev: capital amnesty is an outreach to the business community

Russia’s Federal Law “On Individuals’ Voluntarily Declaring Assets and Accounts (Deposits) with Banks and on Amending Certain Legislative Acts of the Russian Federation” - a law broadly known as the “Capital Amnesty Law” - was adopted on June 8. Under the amnesty, taxpayers are able to declare their foreign assets by filing a special declaration with Russia’s tax authorities. Meanwhile, the state guarantees a waiver of tax proceedings related to the assets declared. Mikhail Kazantsev, a member of the taskforce charged with developing the draft law and a partner at Egorov, Puginsky, Afanasiev & Partners, whose experts deal with applying the capital amnesty and act as public business ombudsmen, spoke with RAPSI about what had come out of it and how it might operate in practice.

28 July 2015

Dmytro Marchukov contributes to OffshoreAlert Fraud and Asset Recovery Blog “Penultimate” beneficial owners in Ukrainian companies”

14 October last year Ukrainian parliament passes an updated – FATF-oriented – law with an overly optimistic and catchy title “On Preventing and Combatting Legalization (Laundering) of the Criminally Acquired Income, Financing of Terrorism and Financing of Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction” (a.k.a. Anti-Laundering Law) and its satellite “On Amending Certain Legislative Acts of Ukraine on Defining Ultimate Beneficiaries and Public Persons” (a.k.a. UBOs Law).

16 July 2015

Social Impact Bonds and Other Impact Finance Instruments

Zakon publishes an article by Dmitry Stepanov.

14 July 2015

Companies Held Liable for Corruption Offenses as a New White Collar Crime Prevention Trend

CEE Legal Matters publishes an artcile by Victoria Burkovskaya and Tatyana Nozhkina.

13 July 2015

Priority of Security Interests For Future Obligations

Zakon publishes an article by Evgenia Evdokimova.

1 July 2015

Doing business in Russian Federation

Ilya Nikiforov, Anna Ivanova, Vladimir Stepanov, Mark Rovinskiy, Pavel Sadovsky, Maria Demina, Maria Kobanenko, Denis Gavrilov and Elena Kazak became the authors of Doing business in Russian Federation by Practical Law.

10 June 2015

Foreign Direct Investment Magazine publishes commentary by Mark Rovinskiy on special economic zones in Russia

Special economic zones (SEZs) are being used to develop the more remote parts of Russia and countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), but there are concerns that bureaucracy and government intervention are stifling their growth.

25 May 2015

Anti-suit Injunctions from Arbitral Tribunals in International Commercial Arbitration: A Necessary Evil?

Journal of International Arbitration publishes an article by Olga Vishnevskaya.