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Managing Partner, Corporate law, Banking law, Commercial law, Civil law. Since 2006 Lasha Nodia has acted as managing partner and director of Nodia, Urumashvili & Partners ltd. Lasha Nodia has extensive experience in working as an attorney. He advises national and international clients on corporate matters with a focus on M&A, insolvency and restructuring, banking law, real estate transactions and tax law. He acts as a counsel to companies and to its shareholders and, by becoming a member of their team, helps them to make right decisions quickly and efficiently. He also acts as an arbitrator at the Permanent Courts of Arbitration Dispute Resolution Centre, Ltd.


From 2005 – Present - a Managing at the law firm ,,Nodia, Urumashvili and Partners” Ltd. 2003 – 2005 - Head of Legal Department in JSC Bank “Republic” 1996 – 2003 - Attorney at JSC Bank “Republic” 1999 – 2001 - Member of auditing committee in the Association of Young Georgian Lawyers. In the same period was giving lectures to the group of young lawyers studying Commercial Law.


• Georgian • English • Russian


From 2014 - International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Advanced Arbitration Academy for C & E Europe From 2013 - the Chairman of Georgian Association of Arbitrators From 2013 - Member of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) From 2012 - The Accredited Mediator of Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR)


2003 – Participated in the education seminar – “Anti-Money Laundering 2003” 2002-2003 – Successfully accomplished the Business Administration Course in Tbilisi School of Managers 1999 – Acquired certificate on the right of conducting the Securities Register 1999 – Acquired certificate on the right of conducting the Securities Register 1997 – Graduated with honors from the Law Faculty of Tbilisi Institute of Justice and Market Economy


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Clients describe Nodia, Urumashvili & Partners as providing ‘the most efficient and effective assistance’, as well as ‘tailor-made solutions’. Led by managing partner Lasha Nodia, the team advises clients such as Georgian Water and Power, Blackmoon Investment and Schuchmann Wines. Associate Tamar Rogava is ‘always ready to cooperate and confident in the face of unexpected turns’.

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