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Russia

Competition
Competition - ranked: tier 3

Muranov, Chernyakov & Partners

Muranov, Chernyakov & Partners’ range of expertise includes merger filings, compliance issues and FAS disputes. Practice head Oleg Moskvitin specialises in competition-related court and arbitration proceedings.

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Energy and natural resources
Energy and natural resources - ranked: tier 5

Muranov, Chernyakov & Partners

Muranov, Chernyakov & Partners ‚Äėresponds quickly to queries‚Äô and has ‚Äėa deep understanding of each problem, along with a viable solution that fits the client‚Äôs objectives‚Äô. Oleg Moskvitin heads the practice, and has advised on a number of energy and natural resources projects across Russia.

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Russia: Dispute resolution

Litigation
Dispute resolution: litigation - ranked: tier 2

Muranov, Chernyakov & Partners

Muranov, Chernyakov & Partners‚Äô team provides ‚Äėsolid expertise‚Äô, and is ‚Äėalways available for discussion‚Äô. The team handles court and enforcement proceedings, and also advises on the enforcement of foreign judgements in Russia. Alexander Muranov and Dmitry Chernyakov jointly head the practice, where key clients include Rabobank and Sluzhba Mekhanizatsii.

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Russia

Offices in Moscow

Legal Developments by:
Muranov, Chernyakov & Partners

  • Rating of the key legal trends 2011-2012

    Last year the Russian legislation underwent considerable modifications, and in this review we tried to highlight those, which we expect to be of top significance for business in Russia.
    - Muranov, Chernyakov & Partners

Legal Developments in Russia

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  • The coming into force of the legislative package on the second stage of "Capital amnisty"

    On 19th February 2018, a legislative package on the extension of the tax capital amnesty and the tax-free liquidation of foreign companies came into force.
  • No More Linked In Russia?

    One of the biggest and most popular Internet companies, LinkedIn, has become the first target of the recent Russian data localization law. The legislation requires businesses operating online to keep Russian Internet users’ data on servers located within Russia. Read more...
  • New standards on the unjustified tax benefit included in the tax code

    The Federal Tax Service of Russia issued Letter ‚ĄĖ CA-4-7/ 6152 @ of 16.08.2017, in which it clarified to its subordinate tax authorities the application of new Art. 54.1 of the Tax Code of the Russian Federation "Limits on the Exercise of Rights in Calculating the Tax Base and (or) the Amount of Tax, Levy, Insurance Contributions", which was included in the Tax Code of the Russian Federation by Federal Law ‚ĄĖ 163-FZ of 18.07.2017.
  • What businessmen should know about legislative changes with major and interested transactions?

    It is well known that before making significant managerial decisions, the general director must obtain approval from the shareholders or the board of directors. Apart from that, if a director is personally interested in entering into a transaction, approval is also required to proceed with the transaction. In the absence of such an approval, the transaction can be challenged and, in certain circumstances, invalidated. In order to minimize such risks and to eliminate legal uncertainty for the parties to the transaction, the rules governing major transactions and interested transactions must be sufficiently clear. Previously, however, the application of these rules was associated with a large number of controversial legal issues, which were finally solved as a result of the legislative amendments, which will enter into force on January 1, 2017. According to the new amendments, the distinction between major and non-major transactions has been delineated more clearly, parties have been allowed more flexibility in relation to approving transactions, the burdensome obligation to obtain prior approval of interested transactions has been abrogated, and finally the procedure for challenging transactions in question has been made much more complex. Overall, the changes should have a positive influence on business, as they contribute to the establishment of firm legal certainty in this area of the law. 
  • A Lessee‚Äôs Dream: the Drastic Devaluation of the Russian Currency Has Triggered New Discussions of

    The rent for leases, especially those in downtown Moscow and other large cities, is often based on the foreign currency exchange rate, which has recently increased almost threefold. Many businesses have been taken aback by this consequence of the economic crisis. Some of them have been put on verge of bankruptcy because of the increased rent and were forced to seek remedies in courts.
  • Amendments to Part IV of the Russian Civil Code in 2015

    Author: Valentina Orlova, Head of Intellectual Property and Trademarks Practice, Pepeliaev Group
  • Parallel Import of Medicines: High Time or the Wrong Time?

    Authors: Sergey Klimenko, Head of Life Sciences Group; Yuri Yahin, Head of IP Group, Pepeliaev Group
  • A Look at Russia's Antimonopoly Legislation

    Elena Sokolovskaya, Head of Antimonopoly Regulation Group, Pepeliaev Group The main areas covered by Russian antimonopoly legislation are prohibition of the abuse of a dominant position, regulation of prohibited agreements, antimonopoly requirements for bidding, merger control, and prohibition of unfair competition. In recent years more attention has been paid to the development of Russian antimonopoly legislation. For this purpose, the State Duma of the Russian Federation (the lower chamber of Russia's parliament) is considering draft measures billed as the 'Fourth Antimonopoly Package'. This comprises amendments to Law No. 135-FZ 'On Protecting Competition' (the "Law on Competition") as well as to the Russian Administrative Code. The measures have already been passed in the first reading and are expected to make it onto the statute book before the end of 2015.
  • A NEW DEVELOPMENT IN CRIMINAL LIABILITY FOR RESTRICTING COMPETITION

    Pepeliaev Group Advises of Amendments to Article 178 of the Russian Criminal Code to Decriminalise Certain Offences and Introduce a New Condition for being Released from Criminal Liability for Restricting Competition
  • EXTENSION IN TARIFF TERMS OF AGREEMENT

    EXTENSION (until 31 December 2015) OF THE TERM OF THE INDUSTRY TARIFF AGREEMENT FOR COMPANIES IN THE CHEMICAL, PETROCHEMICAL, BIOTECHNOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL AND -PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIES IN RUSSIA