29 November 2005
The reason for the press-conference was the fact that the persons involved in misappropriation of the trawlers were declared subject to an investigation by INTEPOL. Another cause was a note of protest handed by the Russian Foreign Ministry to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mauritania referring to the Ruling of the Chairman of the Supreme Court of Mauritania of November 9, 2005 to dismiss the Decision of the Administrative Chamber of the Supreme Court of Mauritania to suspend “mauritanization” of the trawlers.
17 October 2005
In particular, the Russian delegation was received by the Minister of Justice, Minister of Fishery and Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mauritania. The discussions with the Mauritanian state officials were focused upon the unlawful arrestment and public sale, in 2004, of three trawlers owned by the Russian Federation and assigned to ATF – Kapitan Kononov, Yuosas Aleksonis, and Tralmester Mogutov.
5 October 2005
According to the text of the Commendation, as a result of the action taken by the lawyers from Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners Law Offices, representing the interests of the Federal Atomic Energy Agency, “the rights of the Russian State were asserted in an area of strategic importance.”
30 September 2005
The presentation was made as a part of annual conference of the International Bar Association (IBA)
27 September 2005
At the conference Dmitry Lavrov and Taras Rabko, lawyers of Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners Law Offices and members of the Advisory Panel on Antitrust Legislation in Russia, delivered reports dealing with various aspects of the antimonopoly bill which they are drafting as members of the Advisory Panel on Antitrust Legislation in Russia.
8 August 2005
At the International Presidents Meeting, ELSA representatives from 13 countries gathered in St. Petersburg to discuss issues concerning the further development of ELSA.
26 July 2005
Headquartered in Brussels, the association has members specializing in labor law from law firms from all over the world.
14 July 2005
In a solemn ceremony held at the Russian Foreign Ministry today, members of Egorov, Puginsky, Afanasiev and Partners were presented with the Commendations of the President of the Russian Federation, a distinction awarded “For accomplishments in protecting the interests and rights of the citizenry”.
30 June 2005
Speakers at the press conference included Henry Cameron, CEO of Sibir Energy PLC, Evgeny Savostianov, First Vice President of MOGC, and Sibir's legal counsel Dmitry Afanasiev, a partner at Egorov, Puginsky, Afanasiev & Partners.
14 June 2005
Continuing its long-standing tradition of supporting the artistic initiatives of the Orchestra, Egorov, Puginsky, Afanasiev and partners sponsored the concert in Spaso Hause. This mutually beneficial cooperation is longstanding and EPA&P’s Chairman Dmitry Afansiev is among the members of the Board of Trustees of the Orchestra KREMLIN.
17 May 2005
The General Council of the all-Russia public organization «Business Russia/ Delovaya Rossia» met on May, 17 2005 to discuss the proposed federal anti-monopoly bill. Dmitry Lavrov, senior lawyer of Egorov, Puginsky, Afanasiev and partners, attended the meeting.
20 April 2005
Dmitry Afanasiev, member of the Partners’ Committee of Egorov, Puginsky, Afanasiev and Partners, took part in the first annual conference “Legal Business in Russia”, organized by Vedomosti, one of Russia’s leading business newspapers.
15 April 2005
The 47th International Council Meeting of the European Law Students’ Association (ELSA) took place in the city of Vilnius, Lithuania, between April 3rd and 10th, 2005.
17 March 2005
The Russian Federal Anti-Monopoly Office has assigned Dmitry Lavrov, senior lawyer of Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners Law Offices to a panel on the overhaul of federal antitrust law.
15 March 2005
More than fifteen hundred landmarks have been the subject of a long-standing dispute between Moscow and the Federal authorities. They include the famous shopping malls GUM and TSUM, the manors Kolomenskoe and Zaritsino and other highly profitable monuments, whose value is sufficient to not only cover the costs of their restoration, but also to be highly profitable.