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Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners
21, 1st Tverskaya-Yamskaya Str.
125047 MOSCOW
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Work Department

White Collar Crime




Konstantin Tretyakov has over 20 years of practical experience in criminal law, 15 of which as an attorney. He has successfully represented clients before law enforcement authorities and courts of various instances in the Russian Federation.

Konstantin’s key expertise lies across criminal, civil and other areas of law and covers business and economic crimes, fraud, abuse of authority, tax crimes and money laundering, and bankruptcy-related crimes. His team’s track record includes an extensive range of high-profile economic cases, including the unique experience of successfully defending a client accused of organising a criminal group operating in the banking sector.

Konstantin started his career with the prosecution authorities where he had worked his way up from an investigator to a prosecutor, and then acted as a legal advisor to the top management team of a major financial and industrial group.


Since 2004, Konstantin has been a member of the Moscow Bar Association.


He holds a PhD in Law.

Lawyer Rankings

Russia > White-collar crime

(Leading individuals)

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The offering at Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners has greatly increased in strength since the recent arrival of well-regarded practitioner Konstantin Tretyakov, along with a team consisting of senior associate Konstantin Elfimov and associate Maria Kilesso, from Dentons. Tretyakov’s ‘expertise in criminal law is outstanding‘, and he is singled out for his ‘ability to find solutions in uneasy circumstances‘. Other key contacts in Moscow include practice head Viсtoria Burkovskaya and counsel Andrey Bastrakov. In St Petersburg, senior associate Andrey Tuzov is the key figure. The firm is known for ‘defending the interests of clients in any complicated and non-standard situations‘, at all stages of the criminal litigation process.