MEDIA COVERAGE
28 October 2005

ITAR-TASS: Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners to defend Russian trawlers in Norwegian court

The lawyers to the Arkhangelsk Trawler Fleet will object to charges brought against two Russian trawlers in the Norwegian court, a source in the Yegorov, Putinsky, Afanasyev and Partners legal office told Itar-Tass on Friday...

12 October 2005

Latest news on Sibir Energy case by Interfax

The Moscow Arbitration Court has rejected an appeal from Sibneft against a ruling to overturn a decision from a meeting of Yugraneft shareholders on August 1, 2005, Sibir Energy, the main Yugraneft creditor, said in a press release. The Moscow Arbitration Court also rejected a Sibneft appeal against a Moscow Arbitration Court ruling from September 8, 2005, which rejected a Sibneft request to suspend the Yugraneft external manager...

5 October 2005

Latest news on Sibir Energy case by Interfax

The Moscow Arbitration Court has rejected an appeal from Sibneft against a ruling to overturn a decision from a meeting of Yugraneft shareholders on August 1, 2005.

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...

10 August 2005

Latest news on Sibir Energy case by Interfax

Britain's Sibir Energy recorded an "important victory" on August 9 when the Moscow Arbitration Court rejected an appeal by Sibneft against an April ruling that placed OAO Yugraneft under external administration in connection with the company's bankruptcy...

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...

9 August 2005

Latest news on Sibir Energy case by Interfax

Britain's Sibir Energy recorded an "important victory" on August 9 when the Moscow Arbitration Court rejected an appeal by Sibneft against an April ruling that placed OAO Yugraneft under external administration in connection with the company's bankruptcy.

9 August 2005

Latest news on Sibir Energy case by Gazeta.Ru

British company Sibir Energy is trying to regain a 50% stake in Sibneft-Yugra, a joint venture with Sibneft. The joint venture was established on a parity basis in 2000.

9 August 2005

Latest news on Sibir Energy case in "PR Newswire"

The Moscow District Federal Arbitration Court today rejected Sibneft's appeal of an April ruling by a Moscow court of original jurisdiction that placed OAO Yugraneft under external administration in connection with the company's bankruptcy.

5 August 2005

Ilya Nikiforov's, managing partner of Yegorov, Puginsky, Afanasiyev & Partners, comment in "The St. Petersburg Times"

Law students from 14 European countries are in St. Petersburg to take part in the annual meeting of the European Law Students’ Association (ELSA) that convened Wednesday and runs through Sunday...

5 August 2005

The St.Petersburg Times on the European Law Students’ Association (ELSA) annual meeting in St.Petersburg sponsored by Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners

ELSA is the world’s largest independent, non-political and non-profit law student association with more than 25,000 members — students and recent graduates who are interested in law and have demonstrated commitment to international issues.

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...

7 July 2005

Latest news on Sibir Energy case by Interfax

Britain's Sibir Energy plans to complete a deal over the next four months to include a 95% stake in OAO Magma in the charter capital of OAO Moscow Oil and Gas Company, thereby increasing its stake in the company from 31% to 45%...

1 July 2005

Latest news on Sibir Energy case by International Oil Daily newswire

Sibir and the Moscow authorities are trying to reacquire Sibir's 50% stake in the Sibneft-Yugra joint venture, which was diluted by Sibneft to 1%. Sibir's stake in Sibneft-Yugra was supposed to be contributed to Moscow Oil and Gas Co. (MOGC), a joint venture between Sibir and the government of Moscow...