Dmitry Zykov leaves Pepeliaev Group

Dmitry Zykov, head of the data protection practice, is leaving Pepeliaev Group. Nikolay Solodovnikov, a partner within Pepeliaev Group and his seasoned team fr om the digital group, headed by Polina Bardina, will take on responsibility for the further development of this field.

In addition to corporate law, Nikolay also specialises in the development of our digital division: he oversees projects of our digital group and legal tech projects, as well as coordinating internal automation processes within the firm. The digital group is rapidly developing under Polina, as noted by many independent rankings, including Pravo-300, wh ere the group has been assigned to Tier 1 in the Digital Economy category starting from 2020.

For many years the data protection practice has been advising clients on compliance with the requirements of legislation on personal data. Our lawyers provide support under administrative procedures and represent clients’ interests in courts within the scope of disputes over the processing of personal data and protection of commercially confidential information. In 2021, our team also launched a digital instrument designed to facilitate processes for updating the list of persons who have access to personal data.

We will continue to provide all services related to the data protection to the fullest extent.

The Pepeliaev Group team thanks Dmitry for his successful work with us. We extend to him our best wishes for his future endeavours.  

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