Mr Artem Kukin QC > Infralex > Moscow, Russia > Lawyer Profile

Infralex
'CAPITAL CITY TOWER', NORTHERN BLOCK, 5TH FLOOR
8, BLOCK 1, PRESNENSKAYA NABEREZHNAYA
MOSCOW
Russia

Work Department

General management. Supervises Corporate and M&A, Insolvency/Bankruptcy, Intellectual property, Family an inheritance practices.

Position

Partner

Career

PhD.

26 years lawyer’s experience.

Represented the interests of the largest Russian banks, large Russian companies in Russia and abroad.

Awarded the medal of the Russian Federal Bar Assosiation “For merits in protection of the rights and freedoms of citizens».

Recommended by international ratings Legal 500, Chambers and Partners, IFRL1000, Best Lawyers and Russian raitings PRAVO 300 and Kommersant as an expert in Corporate and M&A, bankruptcy and dispute resolution.

Artem Kukin professional experience and contacts

Languages

Russian, English

Memberships

Artem is member of the Bar Chamber of Moscow, MCIArb, Member of the Subcommittee on crisis management and problem debts of the Committee for business safety of the CCI of the Russian Federation

Education

Faculty of Law, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Institute of State and Law RAS, Columbia Law School (New York)

Lawyer Rankings

Russia > Commercial, corporate and M&a: Moscow

Infralex has extensive experience advising on due diligence issues, corporate reorganisations and commercial agreements. The team is also well versed in M&A deals and acts on the sell and buy side of transactions. Practice head Yulia Eremenko is the standout adviser in the M&A space, and managing partner Artem Kukin is a key contact for contentious corporate work.

Russia > Dispute resolution: Litigation

Infralex has notable capabilities in corporate and commercial litigation, which is an area of specialism for practice head Yulia Karpova. Artem Kukin is a key contact for bankruptcy-related contentious matters, while Alexey Popov focuses on property litigation. The team’s varied client portfolio includes high-profile Russian companies, leading banks, and federal and regional governmental bodies.