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30June2020
Natalia Prisekina has been appointed an arbitrator of the Xiamen Arbitration Commission, People's Republic of China Natalia Prisekina, Head of the Far East Office of Pepeliaev Group and a Partner in the firm, has been appointed an arbitrator of the Xiamen Arbitration Commission, People’s Republic of China.
04June2020
Pepeliaev Group has been again recognised as Law Firm of the Year for Tax Law according to Best Lawyers™ 2021* Pepeliaev Group has been again recognised as Law Firm of the Year for Tax Law in Russia according to the major legal ratings directory Best Lawyers™ 2021. Moreover, senior partner and head of Pepeliaev Group's St Petersburg office Sergey Spasennov (M&A) and partner Alexander Kosov (customs law) from the Moscow office were acknowledged as lawyers of the year. 44 lawyers from Pepeliaev Group have been listed in the Best Lawyers rankings™, with eight of them making their debuts.
04June2020
Antimonopoly rehabilitation

The crisis has made sharper the need for a more efficient use of antimonopoly measures in cases where violations have been committed in socially important spheres such as pharmaceuticals and healthcare. The bad-faith conduct of actors in these markets has become an especially sensitive matter against the backdrop of the severe situation with the coronavirus epidemic. The Russian Federal Antimonopoly Service is closely watching such violations caused by a soaring need for specific categories of goods and services.

16April2020
Pepeliaev Group presents TerraLex’s cross-border guide to mining rights Lawyers from Pepeliaev Group’s Real Estate and Construction Practice have prepared the Russian part of the cross-border guide to mining rights: TerraLex Cross-Border Guide to Mining Rights 2020. The chapter is authored by partner Natalia Stenina and Olga Rodinko, a junior associate in the Real Estate and Construction Practice.


15April2020
Permissible non-competition By incorporating a non-competition clause into an agreement, the parties to it usually seek to prevent any of them from enjoying an advantage. However, this tool, which is essentially aimed at safeguarding competition, may be used unfairly, for example, with a view to forming a cartel. In the Russian Federation, the legislative regulation of non-competition clauses still lacks clarity; therefore, it would be wise to address the experience of the European Union and, before using such tool, to request the relevant assessment from the Russian Federal Antimonopoly Service.

10.06.2020
Protecting tenants of commercial property against the backlash from the covid-19 pandemic in russia and abroad
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04.06.2020
Pepeliaev Group has been again recognised as Law Firm of the Year for Tax Law according to Best Lawyers™ 2021*
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16.04.2020
Pepeliaev Group presents TerraLex’s cross-border guide to mining rights
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