21, 1st Tverskaya-Yamskaya Str.,
Moscow, 125047, Russia
Tel.: +7 (495) 935 8010
Fax: +7 (495) 935 8011
Tatyana Lupandina advises and represents clients in economic criminal cases involving embezzlement of public funds, corporate disputes, money laundering, breach of contractual obligations, as well as in raiding cases.
She is experienced in representing clients before law enforcement and judicial authorities, participating in operational and investigative activities and issuing opinions on criminal law risks in transactions.
Tatyana has more than 15 years' experience as a law enforcement investigator.
Among Tatiana's projects:
- Preventing opponents from seizing control of the bankruptcy proceedings by promptly imposing interim measures in the form of an injunction prohibiting the first meeting of the debtor's creditors before the client's claims could be considered.
- Defending a client in an unprecedented case involving the alleged theft of "the right to register computer programmes" (Part 4, Article 159 of the Russian Criminal Code, fraud on a particularly large scale).
- Defending the interests of the client and its employees in a criminal case of corporate tax evasion.
- Representing a Russian commercial bank in a criminal case involving unlawful acquisition of rights to real estate.
- Advising a private client on Russian law issues and criminal risks in connection with the seizure of personal belongings and jewelry from the client by the customs representative.
- Representing the interests of a subsidiary of an automaker in connection with an inspection conducted on the fact of export of products produced by the client in the absence of a positive conclusion of the Federal service for technical and export control, and providing an analysis of the risks of criminal proceedings.
- Representing a major timber group in the Far East and its employees during a pre-investigation probe into the circumstances of the receipt of state subsidies meant to reimburse costs to timber industry enterprises.
- Representing the interests of a coal mining company in the Sakhalin region and its employees in criminal proceedings during a pre-investigation check on an anti-corruption case.
Prior to joining the Firm in 2016, Tatyana was Deputy Director of the Legal Department of a major Russian energy company.
In 2000, Tatiana graduated from the Moscow State Law Academy and from the Moscow Academy of Finance and Law in 2007.
She is admitted to the Moscow Bar Association.