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Increased enforcement worldwide has made antitrust and competition law more challenging than ever. So navigating that law has become more important than ever. You need lawyers who understand both the issues affecting your business and the latest legislative developments.
With vast experience resolving complex antitrust issues in Russia and CIS, Dentons provides one of the largest and most reputable competition law practices in the region. Our lawyers have represented clients in antitrust and competition law matters in Russia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Belarus, Ukraine and other CIS countries.
Stay informed about changes in the law and enforcement practices through our regular client newsletters and specialized seminars. We monitor legal risks closely, consult directly with antimonopoly authorities and participate in noncommercial organizations advocating development in competition in Russia, CIS and the Caucasus nations. On competition issues, we work closely with leading economic and market experts to provide you the most current information available.
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Dentons is proud to announce that 17 of our lawyers from Africa, Europe, Middle East and the United States have made it into The Legal 500 Hall of Fame, as lawyers at the pinnacle of the profession.
Dentons received ten Tier 1 practice rankings and was ranked in 17 out of 19 categories in the 2017 Pravo.ru-300 ranking of top law firms in Russia.
Dentons ranked No. 4 overall in Law360’s 2015 Largest Practice Groups Report, the annual ranking of the largest 100 US firms by global partner head count. The Firm also ranked among the top 25 in 10 practice areas: bankruptcy, competition, environmental, insurance, intellectual property, labor and employment, mergers and acquisitions, product liability, real estate, and securities and white collar litigation.
Dentons Russian practice has recently issued a brief legal guide to investing in Russia.
On February 13, 2018, the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation issued Ruling No. 8-P (the "Ruling"), which states that the national principle of exhaustion of exclusive rights to trademarks (in conjunction with the regional principle in the EAEU law) is not in contravention of the RF Constitution, but does not give to right-holders unconditional protection against parallel imports.
The Russian Federation State Duma is adopting two draft laws at the same time amending the Strategic Investments Law.
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Partners Vladimir Sokov and Sergey Klimenko, and counsels Nigina Rabieva and Radmila Nikitina have joined Dentons’ Moscow office along with their teams.
On 4 August 2016, Marat Mouradov, Partner and Head of the Russian Competition and Compliance practice in Moscow, moderated and presented on the amended Retail Trade Law during a legal session at the Efficient Consumer Response (EDR) meeting.
Akylbek Kussainov, Head of the Competition practice in Kazakhstan, and Valeria Ponomareva, Moscow Associate, presented at the forum devoted to antitrust legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Eurasian Economic Union, held in Astana.
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