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The firm: Concern Dialog was established in 1998 as a firm specialising in civil and administrative litigation services. The firm’s qualified team provides high quality legal services in a wide variety of fields to its individual and corporate clients, both in Yerevan and all regions of Armenia, as well as internationally. Concern Dialog is one of the largest law firms in Armenia. The firm has five partners and more than 35 associates and paralegals.

Concern Dialog is a member of TagLaw – the worldwide alliance of independent law firms and the Nextlaw Global Referral network (by Dentons) and has established cooperation with many foreign and international law firms. Both the firm and partners of the firm are recognized by different respected international rankings, including Legal 500, Chambers and Partners, IFLR1000 and others.

The firm is striving for continuous self-development and the constant increase of working efficiency, punctual work-style and proactive planning, implementation of innovative tactics in traditional methods and application of IT solutions.

Concern Dialog understand the business needs of its clients and earns business trust by being a reliable asset and a value-adding partner.

Areas of practice: During its development, the firm expanded its practice areas while still keeping a strong litigation practice. Since 2006, the firm started its specialisation in the telecommunications sector and currently provides services to three major telecommunications companies in Armenia. Moreover, the firm is involved with almost every major transaction in the telecommunications field to date.

Concern Dialog is also highly respected for its work in complex case litigation practice, labour and employment law (having handled more than 120 labour law cases over the last five years as well as conducting numerous labour law due diligences and consulting projects), corporate and M&A, regulatory issues in mining and renewable energy, taxes and support for transboundary transactions.

The firm has developed a wide range of services aimed at supporting business development in Armenia, from company law, real estate, licensing, tax and customs regulation to support during inspections, litigation and white-collar crime.

Concern Dialog was one of the first firms in Armenia to develop a specialised non performing debt collection legal support service for telecommunication operators and financial institutions.

The firm has been retained for several high-level cases in the courts (for defamation, shareholder cases, benchmark labour cases and high value and complex tax cases) and has consulted and represented the Government on different international arbitration matters.

Concern Dialog was retained for several major transactions in the telecommunications, mining and banking sectors. This includes acting as the local legal and tax counsel on a Eurobond inaugural issuance transaction by an Armenian bank, supporting the acquisition/sale of a mobile operator in Armenia, supporting a major acquisition in the mining sector and others.

  • Contacts
  • Sedrak Asatryan (managing partner)
  • Aram Orbelyan (senior partner)
  • Janna Simonyan (partner)
  • Narine Beglaryan (partner)
  • Roustam Badasyan (partner)
  • Number of lawyers: 35+
  • Languages
  • English
  • French
  • Russian
  • Armenian
  • Member
  • TagLaw - worldwide alliance of independent law firms
  • AmCham - American Chamber of Commerce in Armenia
  • DWV - German Business Association in Armenia
  • CCI FA - The Chamber of Commerce and Industry France Armenia

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