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Igor Gavrilov advises on antimonopoly regulation, including abuse of dominant position, agreements and concerted actions, the contract system of public procurement and corporate procurement, as well as in the field of advertising and trade legislation. He participated in a number of projects, including protecting of clients accused of violating antimonopoly legislation in the FAS Russia and the territorial offices of the FAS Russia, challenging decisions of antimonopoly authorities in court and obtaining antimonopoly approvals of transactions.
In particular, Igor represented and defended the clients' interests in such projects as:
- Representing the interests of the world's second largest international sea container carrier in an antitrust investigation on concerted actions in the international sea container cargo transportation market.
- Representing the client's interests in an antimonopoly case in the FAS Russia on charges of collusion at auctions for the sale of quotas for the extraction of aquatic biological resources.
- Supporting one of the largest international payment systems during the consideration a complaint by the antimonopoly authority, as a result of which ait was refused to initiate a case.
- Supporting a large Russian aviation holding company in an antimonopoly audit of the activities. • Protecting the interests of a large pharmaceutical company in a case related to unfair advertising of a medicinal product.
- Preparing draft amendments to the Federal Law "On Procurement of Certain Types of Legal Entities" in terms of ensuring procurement among small and medium-sized businesses in electronic form.
His experience in bringing antitrust authorities to protect the interests of clients includes:
- Defending the interests of the largest Russian IT-company, Yandex, in the antitrust investigation of Google's abuse in the market of pre-installed app for devices for the Android operating system.
- Protecting the interests of a major Russian airport operator before the FAS Russia in the antimonopoly investigation of anticompetitive collusion during the organization and selection of an investor for modernization of Perm International Airport (Bolshoe Savino).
Igor graduated with honors from the Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MGUA). He has publications on antimonopoly regulation of the activities of economic entities.
He is a member of the Moscow Bar Association.