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Ivanyan & Partners

KADASHEVSKAYA NAB., 14, BLDG 3., 119017 MOSCOW, RUSSIA
Tel:
Work +7 495 647 0046
Fax:
Fax +7 495 647 00 45
Email:
Web:
www.ivanyanandpartners.com
Moscow, St Petersburg

Russia

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

Ivanyan & Partners

Ivanyan & Partners has ‘excellent capabilities and deep expertise in complex multi-jurisdictional matters’. The ‘professional’ team works ‘quickly and accurately’ and has ‘a great reputation in the market’. Highlights included advising Cryogenmash on the construction of Western Siberia’s petrochemicals facility, and acting for Gazprombank on the restructuring of Mechel’s debt arrangements. Khristofor Ivanyan and Maria Miroshnikova are the key figures.

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Private client
Private client - ranked: tier 2

Ivanyan & Partners

The ‘well-established practice’ at Ivanyan & Partners is ‘able to solve the most complicated matters in a timely and professional manner’. Key partner Khristofor Ivanyan is ‘really outstanding – he pays personal attention to his clients’ needs and immediately takes a hands-on approach when assistance is needed’. Yulia Chekmareva heads the team, which has recently handled a range of residential real estate, marriage planning, fine art purchase and multi-nationality issues.

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Real estate and construction
Real estate and construction - ranked: tier 4

Ivanyan & Partners

Ivanyan & Partners advises on investment, construction and infrastructure projects, and also handles construction-related disputes. Led by Alexey Kozyakov, the team recently acted for Cryogenmash in a greenfield project for the construction of Western Siberia’s petrochemical facility.

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Russia: Commercial, corporate and M&A

Moscow
Commercial, corporate and M&A: Moscow - ranked: tier 4

Ivanyan & Partners

Ivanyan & Partners is ‘a go-to independent Russian firm’ that fields ‘a responsive, high-quality team with impressive transactional and drafting skills’. ‘Outstanding’ practice head Maria Miroshnikova is ‘ferociously bright, committed to clients and available 24/7’. The firm recently advised the selling shareholders of Sibur on the sale of a 10% stake to Sinopec, and also acted for Gazprombank in a range of commercial matters.

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Russia: Dispute resolution

Litigation
Dispute resolution: litigation - ranked: tier 4

Ivanyan & Partners

Ivanyan & Partners is ‘able to expertly guide the client through the legislative and judicial practices of Russia, quickly assessing each situation and finding the optimal solution’. ‘Reliable and experienced lawyers’ Alexey Kozyakov and Khristofor Ivanyan are recommended along with Sergey Chuprygin, who specialises in disputes involving state authorities.

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Russia

Offices in Moscow and St Petersburg

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