Mr Dmitry Mukhomorov > Monastyrsky, Zyuba, Stepanov & Partners > Moscow, Russia > Lawyer Profile

Monastyrsky, Zyuba, Stepanov & Partners
3/1 NOVINSKY BOULEVARD
121099 MOSCOW
Russia
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Position

Dmitry Mukhomorov is a partner of Monastyrsky, Zyuba, Stepanov & Partners (MZS), a litigation boutique firm based in Moscow. Dmitry has extensive experience representing clients in the most complicated litigation cases, including those before the supreme judicial bodies of the Russian Federation. In addition to litigation and arbitration he focuses his practice in the areas of general corporate services, real estate, insolvency and intellectual property. Typical examples of his work include advising Porsсhe on various complicated court disputes, Rosatom’s subsidiary in proceedings on recovery of substantial damages, IKEA in an important dispute with a tenant, Gazprom in a $500 million long-term dispute with Rosgazifikacia. Dmitry’s significant clients: O1 Group, EBRD, ENRC, IKEA, Gazprom, Rosatom, Porsche.

Career

Dmitry joined Monastyrsky, Zyuba, Stepanov & Partners as associate in 2002 and became firm’s partner in 2008.

Languages

English, Russian.

Education

Dmitry is a graduate of the Moscow State University (2002).

Lawyer Rankings

Russia > Restructuring and insolvency

Litigation powerhouse Monastyrsky, Zyuba, Stepanov & Partners is at the forefront of bankruptcy-related cases in the Moscow market. Anton Aleksandrov and Dmitry Mukhomorov share leadership of the practice. Peers cite the litigation experience of name partner Yuri Monastyrsky; his recent work in the banking sector stands out. Kirill Udovichenko is a key contact for cross-border enforcement matters.

Russia > Dispute resolution: Litigation

Bringing ‘excellent results’, Monastyrsky, Zyuba, Stepanov & Partners is ‘the strongest Russian litigation firm’, in the words of one client. Offering a full range of corporate and commercial litigation services, the team is known for representing some of the largest domestic and international clients in Russian courts of all instances, as well as in cross-border proceedings raising Russian law issues. The department is led by Yuri Monastyrsky, Dmitry Lovyrev and Anton Aleksandrov, all of whom are highly regarded in the market. Dmitry Mukhomorov and Kirill Udovichenko are also key figures in the team.