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Legelata Law firm Offices
Erebuni plaza Business Center, office 412
26/1 Vazgen Sargsyan Street
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Legelata Law firm has traditionally been strong in banking and finance matters and acts for a significant number of domestic banks as well as international financial institutions. Gor Margaryan is among the key members of the team, which is also recommended for its strength in major cross-border deals. Alla Hakhnazaryan leads the firm’s intellectual property and technology law unit, which has been expanding its client base into the healthcare and the pharmaceutical industries as well as the renewable energy sector. Recently, the team has been highly active in advising on a whole host of compliance issues, such as import and export issues in relation to medicines and medical products, as well as data protection matters for pharmaceutical companies.
Gor Margaryan; Alla Hakhnazaryan; Arthur Buduryan; Gurgen Grigoryan
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Legelata Law firm > Firm Profile
Who we are: LEGELATA is an Armenian law firm with a rich history of connecting businesses with law across a range of industries in innovative and dynamic ways. LEGELATA provides solutions for businesses involved in banking and finance, trade and logistics, health and pharmaceutical, life sciences and biotechnology, information technologies and telecommunications. We advise on highly complex issues connected with mergers and acquisitions, competition and intellectual property, foreign investments, tax and corporate matters. LEGELATA represents clients in all issues relating to litigation and arbitration matters.
Our team is always motivated and willing to take on new challenges and any matter within a specific industry as well as providing expert advice throughout each specialised field. Our lawyers consistently outperform the expectations of our clients.
The firm’s human resources continue to grow, thus ensuring a specialized team able to deal with any specific matter. The practice has expanded over time and now covers all vital spheres of the society we live and work in. Our lawyers work collaboratively to provide the capabilities needed for innovative solutions to the challenges our clients face within their various disciplines.
|Foreign Investments,Corporate and tax,Mergers and acquisitions||Gor Margaryan|
|Antitrust and Competition,Intellectual property,Litigation and arbitration||Alla Hakhnazaryan|
|Corporate and tax , Intellectual Property , Litigation and Arbitration||Gurgen Grigoryan|
|Banking & Finance, Corporate and Tax, Information Technologist & Telecommunications||Davit Amiryan|
|Corporate and tax, Civil law||Anzhela Abrahamyan|
|Corporate law, Labor law, IP law and Civil Procedure||Maykl Hovhannesyan|
|Miss Anzhela Abrahamyan||Junior Associate in Legelata Law Firm Representative matters: Preparation of legal documents…||View Profile|
|Mr Davit Amiryan||Senior Associate in Legelata Law Firm agRIF Cooperatief of Netherland– Legal Due…||View Profile|
|Mr Gurgen Grigoryan||Associate in Legelata Law Firm Representative Matters: BRfashion retail CJSC in litigation…||View Profile|
|Miss Alla Hakhnazaryan||Partner in Legelata Law Firm.Representative Matters:Samsung Electronics Overseas BV in elimination of…||View Profile|
|Miss Mane Hakobyan||Mane Hakobyan is a Junior Associate in Legelata LLC||View Profile|
|Mr Maykl Hovhannesyan||Junior Associate at Legelata Law Firm||View Profile|
|Mr Gor Margaryan||Managing Partner in Legelata Law Firm.Representative MattersagRIF Cooperatief of Netherlands in acquisition…||View Profile|
Staff FiguresNumber of lawyers : 10
LanguagesArmenian English French Russian Spanish
MembershipsThe Lawyer Network
CLIENT: Ms. Goedele Van de Plas, Legal Counsel
COMPANY/FIRM: Legal Counsel Incofin Investment Management (Belgium)
TESTIMONIAL: “We are very pleased with assistance of Legalata. The team in Legelata has been very pro-active and available any time of the day working to meet the tight deadlines for regulatory permits. We are very satisfied with the competence and polished negotiation skills that Legelata contributed to the transaction”
CLIENT: Giorgi Dalalishvili
COMPANY/FIRM: Regional CEO LC Waikiki Retail AR LLC
TESTIMONIAL: “The direct and effective work of your company contributes to the improvement and development of our activities.
We are grateful for the conscientious approach and look forward to further cooperation.”
CLIENT: Maggie Cheung, Partner
COMPANY/FIRM: Mayer Brown
TESTIMONIAL: “Legelata are experienced, professional and very responsive. Their team I worked with is also dedicated and reliable. I have enjoyed working with Legelata and would recommend them to others looking for legal service in Armenia.
We look forward to the next opportunity to work with Legelata.
– Partner at Leading International Law Firm”
CLIENT: Michael Hanna, Associate
COMPANY/FIRM: Kirkland and Ellis LLP
TESTIMONIAL: “Legelata’s team has been invaluable in providing practical and solution oriented legal advice on anti-trust, intellectual property and other various issues within the frames of the multi-jurisdictional acquisition. They have been very proactive and easy to communicate with.”
Press Releases26th June 2018
AGRIF COOPERATIEF U.A. is a fund managed by Incofin Investment Management in Belgium. Incofin Investment Management is an alternative fund manager which are focused on investments in emerging countries and are driven by desire to promote inclusive progress. Leading investors of agRIF Cooperatief U.A are leading development funds, banks, insurance companies, pension funds, high net worth and retail investors.
Legal Developments24th March 2020
Covid-19 has been declared as pandemic by WHO. The pandemic has caused the global markets tumble and triggered massive government intervention for saving the economy as the economic activity sharply fell and panic spurred in financial markets. Many businesses now face situations where it is much more onerous or near to impossible to perform their obligations vis a vis their employees, but more importantly their counterparts and contractors.
3rd March 2020 When attempting to create corporations that safeguard the interests of shareholders, many companies implement a two-tier corporate hierarchy. At the first level is the board of directors: elected by the shareholders and on the second tier is the upper management: hired by the board. The one-tier board provides a better understanding of the operational issues at board level and clearer direction; nevertheless, it can simultaneously be hard for other board members to challenge a powerful Chief executive Director (CEO) who is also the Chairman of the Board (Chair).
13th December 2019
Expansion of the business places the manager in front of the classical choice – grow organically or make an acquisition? Once the acquisition is decided to proceed upon and all other strategic considerations are satisfied, a business should decide whether the acquisition should proceed by acquiring assets or shares of a specific business.
22nd June 2018
IT industry in Armenia has seen a dramatic growth for the last few years. The industry size in 2017 has reached 765,1 million USD versus 559,1 million USD in 2015 which represents around 37% growth like for like (National Statistical Service of Armenia 2015, 2016, 2017).
22nd June 2018
Mergers and acqusitions in the banking industry has been buoyant for the past couple of years in Armenia. This activity has been fuelled by the regulatory requirements for increase of the charter capital of the banks due to the desire of the regulator, the Central Bank of Armenia, to see larger and predictable players in the market easy to supervise. This has been coupled with the increasing interests of international players and investors towards the robust banking sector or Armenia which has offered stable exchange rates and much higher interest on debt and equity compared to that of developed markets such as Western Europe, North America and Middle East.