Ekaterina Slivko
Ekaterina Slivko

21, 1st Tverskaya-Yamskaya Str.,
Moscow, 125047, Russia

Tel.: +7 (495) 935 8010
Fax: +7 (495) 935 8011

Ekaterina Slivko specialises in comprehensive support of corporate and real estate disputes, including representing clients before Russian courts and authorities, as well as successful experience in settling the disputes.

Recent experience highlights include:

  • Representing the interests of a construction industry leader in Russia in a dispute with a large electric grid company on recovering of unjustified enrichment for non-contractual consumption of electric energy in the amount of more than 400 million rubles.
  • Representing the interests of a large foreign bank in court disputes on foreclosure of mortgaged property, filing claims against guarantors, claims for repayment of credit funds, challenging security transactions during recognition and enforcement of foreign court decisions, including the development of the strategy and project management, challenging regulations, participating in meetings with state authorities on settling the conflicts related to the construction of large real estate in Moscow.
  • Representing the interests of a large chemical enterprise in a corporate dispute, including advising on corporate governance issues, participating in disputes with government authorities, minority shareholders and media in arbitration courts (including the Supreme Arbitration Court of the Russian Federation) and supporting within administrative cases framework.
  • Representing the interests of the real estate owner in Moscow in a corporate dispute, including participation in a transaction for the sale of a stake to a third party after completing of the corporate dispute.
  • Representing the interests of a company specializing in the development and implementation of software for oil and gas companies in a corporate dispute.
  • Representing the interests of an oil company in disputes with contractors related to the payments for the repair and construction of wells.

Prior to joining the firm, Ekaterina was a lawyer at a leading legal boutique specialising in dispute resolution.

Ekaterina graduated from Moscow State Academy of Law in 2005. Further, she received a master’s degree in fuel and energy from the State University of Management.

Ekaterina was admitted to the Moscow Bar in 2006.