MEDIA COVERAGE
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.

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.

9 November 2012

Establishment of Companies and Taxes in Ukraine

Ilona Zekely provides a report to the Austrian Economic Chambers on “Establishment of Companies and Taxes in Ukraine”.

3 October 2012

“Last year we have merged with another visible CIS practice, Magisters law firm” - Ilya Nikiforov

Intelligence Report & Directory Series by Leaders League publishes an interview with Ilya Nikiforov as a part of the Russian market overview.

9 September 2012

Ilona Zekely comments to the Austrian newspaper Wirtschaftsblatt on proposed Ukrainian law which is aiming at prohibiting activity of financial pyramids and criminal sanctions on oranization of such enterprises

Ilona Zekely comments to the Austrian newspaper Wirtschaftsblatt on proposed Ukrainian law which is aiming at prohibiting activity of financial pyramids and criminal sanctions on oranization of such enterprises

25 April 2012

RUSSIAN UPDATE – Overview of the Key Amendments to the Russian Civil Code

The XBMA Forum publishes an article by Dmitry Stepanov and Daria Izotova on Amendments to the Russian Civil Code

1 March 2012

A new dawn for competition

The European Lawyer publishes an artcile by Evgeny Bolshakov on changes in Russia's antitrust regulation.

29 February 2012

Personal Data: What Every Company Should Do By July 1, 2012

EPA&P presents legal commentary on recent changes into Ukrainian legislation on administrative and criminal liability for violation of personal data.

9 January 2012

RUSSIAN UPDATE – Amendments to Antitrust Laws Designed to Liberalize Prohibitions and Reduce Liability of Filers

The XBMA Forum publishes an article by Evgeny Bolshakov on Competition Law in Russia.

4 January 2009

Interpretation of Article V of the New York Convention by Russian Courts (Due Process, Arbitrability, and Public Policy Grounds for Non-Enforcement)

Journal of International Arbitration 25(6) publishes the article by Ilya Nikiforov, Managing partner of Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners (St. Petersburg), "Interpretation of Article V of the New York Convention by Russian Courts (Due Process, Arbitrability, and Public Policy Grounds for Non-Enforcement)"

20 March 2006

Article in Vedomostion the international competition to select a developer for New Holland Island case

Three international bidders, having enlisted the services of world famous architects, vied for the right to commit over $300 million to an extremely complicated redevelopment project with vague payback prospects. What's more, the outcome was known in advance. The intrigue was maintained till the very last moment with each of the bidders, it seemed, being firmly convinced they would win...

31 August 2005

Article in "Vedomosti" on Sibir Energy case

Sibir Energy, which is battling Sibneft for the return of the Yugraneft asset, achieved a major victory over Roman Abramovich's company yesterday. The Moscow District Federal Arbitration Court reduced Sibneft’s claims to Yugraneft by a factor of nearly 25. Experts believe the court’s ruling will potentially make life for Sibneft much more complicated...

9 August 2005

Article in "Gazeta.ru" on Sibir Energy case

Britain’s Sibir Energy has won a victory against Sibneft in the battle to control Yugraneft. A court ruled on Wednesday that external administration had been lawfully introduced and that there was no need to liquidate the company...

19 July 2005

Article in The Financial Times on Sibir Energy case

Sibir Energy, the UK oil minnow, has scored an initial success in its international legal battle with Sibneft, one of Russia's largest oil companies, which is controlled by the billionaire oligarch Roman Abramovich...

18 July 2005

Article in "The Moscow Times" on Sibir Energy case

A court in the British Virgin Islands has ordered Russia's richest man, Roman Abramovich, to disclose all his assets valued over $1 million, a lawyer for Sibir Energy said Sunday...