Yury Pugach > Eversheds Sutherland > Moscow, Russia > Lawyer Profile
Eversheds Sutherland Offices
7 Gasheka Street
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Dispute Resolution, Real estate & Construction
Yury is heading Moscow office of the Eversheds Sutherland. He is a partner in the litigation and real estate groups and has extensive experience in construction disputes, construction and development projects and land planning issues, as well as in all aspects of IT / IP and data protection law. Yury is our star litigator and has 25 years of litigation experience covering all aspects of commercial and corporate disputes in Russian courts in all instances, as well as in international arbitration. He also represents clients in criminal proceedings.
Yury’s expertise combines pre-trial advice, negotiations and alternative dispute resolution. He always looks for early opportunities to resolve disputes through negotiation and mediation.
St Petersburg University – Specialist in Law with distinction
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The litigators at Eversheds Sutherland ‘always formulate an efficient strategy for each case’ and have an excellent track record assisting companies and private clients during all stages of contractual, regulatory, corporate, tax and debt recovery disputes. The ‘extremely intelligent’ Yury Pugach manages the office in Moscow and leads the dispute resolution department. Clients highly recommend Oxana Peters and IP expert Ekaterina Tilling, alongside senior associates Pavel Falileev, Ilia Tarabrin, and Olga Chirkova in St. Petersburg.
Eversheds Sutherland is adept at representing both creditors and debtors, among other interested parties, in bankruptcy proceedings; Moscow office managing partner Yury Pugach and Oxana Peters are both names to note in this regard. The team’s insolvency strength across the board is reflected in the praise garnered from clients: ‘they are all very strong and professional, from partners to associates’.
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