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9 September 2013

Anna Rusetskaya and Dennis Turovets comments on the peculiarities of the Belarusian legal market

The minor countries of the CIS region have attracted less interest than their larger, louder neighbours but this is still a valuable region. arrow

5 July 2013

RBTH Asia Pacific publishes commentary by Akhmat Glashev on “anti-money laundering” law

Russia’s investigators will be able to obtain statements on bank transactions and accounts held by companies and individual entrepreneurs, as well as data on operations, accounts, and deposits by individuals, only on the basis of a court order. Russian President Vladimir Putin signed the amendment into law at the end of June. Both chambers of parliament had approved the bill. arrow

15 May 2013

The Moscow Times publishes commentary by Mark Rovinskiy on companies reassessing their presence in Cyprus

Depositors may be licking their wounds, and hoping for some kind of structured assistance by Russia to crippled Cypriot banks, but only a small number of Russian companies are leaving the island. arrow

12 December 2012

Global Arbitration Review provides commentary by Markiyan Kliuchkovskyi on amendments to the Rules of the ICAC at the UCCI regarding time extension for award issuance

In the first changes to be made to the rules of the institution since their debut in 2007, tribunals have been given five extra days to communicate an award to the parties, with scope to extend that period by the ICAC president still further in “exceptional circumstances”. Other provisions on the general duration of a case, set at six months, remained unchanged. arrow

15 November 2012

Kyiv Post provides commentary by Oleksandra Yevstafyeva on peculiarities of labor law in Ukraine

Have you just been appointed at a high position in Ukraine? Congratulations and beware – you’re in for a legal roller-coaster that could take up to half a year. arrow

10 October 2012

PaRR (Policy and Regulatory Report) publishes commentary by Evgeny Bolshakov

Parties to an alleged Pollock fishing cartel in the Russian Far East could face charges from international regulatory authorities, several Russian antitrust lawyers told PaRR. arrow

3 October 2012

PaRR (Policy and Regulatory Report) publishes commentary by Gleb Bialyi on Russia and Ukraine reaching an agreement over the contentious issue of automobile salvage fees

Russia and Ukraine are likely to reach an agreement over the contentious issue of automobile salvage fees without either side referring the dispute to the World Trade Organization (WTO), lawyers familiar with the process said. arrow

21 August 2012

Commercial Real Estate publishes commentary by Nikita Gurin

The authorities are developing new urban planning regulations within the Boulevard Ring, according to which the volume of construction will be limited. The "surgical cutting" may well reach 200,000 sq.m. arrow

10 August 2012

Kommersant publishes commentary by Denis Arkhipov

Iran's lawsuit against Russia for its refusal to supply S-300 air-defence systems could have serious political consequences. Kommersant has learned that the leadership of the Russian Federation has made the decision that unless Tehran withdraws the suit, Moscow will deprive it of international support and occupy a tougher position on Iran's nuclear problem. Moreover, Kommersant has learned that the claims of the Iranian authorities that the sum total of the lawsuit that they have filed amounts to only $900 million (not almost $4 billion) do not entirely correspond to reality. arrow

23 July 2012

Sergey Grebenyuk comments for magazine "Status" the reasons for disbandment of the Tax Police in Ukraine

Ukrainian business magazine "Status" published a comment of Sergey Grebenyuk in the article researching the necessity of Tax Police disbandment arrow

3 July 2012

Ukrainian newspaper Kyiv Post publishes Serhii Sviriba's commentary about the top law firms ranking in Ukraine

Ukrainian newspaper Kyiv Post presented own ranking of top M&A and corporate and banking and finance law firms in Ukraine arrow

1 July 2012

Commercial Real Estate publishes commentary by Nikita Gurin

On weekends, holidays and the days of major cultural events, Moscow's center may be announced as a car- free zone. The authorities promise to account for all the consequences of the restrictions for thecapital's transport system and to organize additional parking spaces in locations where the blockages are set up. However, how will the new measure affect retailers located on the central streets? arrow

7 June 2012

The Moscow Times publishes commentary by Andrey Porfiriev

Envelopes filled with cash are being replaced by more high-tech means of bribery and corruption. arrow

7 June 2012

The Wall Street Journal publishes commentary by Andrew Mac

Kazakhstan's Aksai City, a dusty outpost just across the border from Russia, is a key gateway for energy companies seeking to tap one of the country's richest oil and gas deposits, the Karachaganak field. arrow

29 May 2012

German newspaper Handelsblatt publishes commentary by Michael Hartleben

German newspaper Handelsblatt publishes commentary by Michael Hartleben on Supreme Arbitrazh Court of the Russian Federation president’s proposals to grant the Russian courts powers to set aside foreign court judgments and international arbitration awards that prejudice interests of Russian parties. arrow

 

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