GRATA International is an international law firm, founded on April 22, 1992.
Today our clients have more than 200 professionals in 17 countries at their disposal. GRATA International is a global team representing different countries and nationalities, and which has legal advising experience in all areas of law.
GRATA International provides legal services across all cities in Kazakhstan. The firm has offices in Baku (Azerbaijan), Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan), Dushanbe (Tajikistan), Moscow (Russia) and Tashkent (Uzbekistan), as well a country desk in Ashgabat (Turkmenistan), and associated offices in Istanbul (Turkey), Kyiv (Ukraine), Minsk (Belarus), Kazan, Novosibirsk, Rostov-on-Don, Saint-Petersburg and Samara (Russia), Prague (Czech Republic), Riga (Latvia), Tbilisi (Georgia), Warsaw (Poland) and Zurich (Switzerland).
In addition to its offices, our firm has representatives in the cities of A Beijing (China) and London (United Kingdom).
Our competitive advantages include a wide network of offices mostly covering Eurasia, optimal price and quality ratio and understanding of the local mentality of doing business.
Clients can gain access to the entire network by enquiring at one of offices or representatives of GRATA International. The opportunity to utilise resources without regional boundaries enables us to increase the cost-effectiveness and the efficiency of services provided.
GRATA International has been recognised by leading international ratings: The Legal 500, Chambers Global, Chambers Asia-Pacific, IFLR1000, Who’s Who Legal, Asialaw Profiles.
GRATA International advises clients in the following industries and areas of law around the globe:
- Banking & Finance
- Construction & Infrastructure
- Industry & Trade
- IT & Media
- Natural Resources
- Telecommunications & Transport
- Corporate Law
- Contract Law
- Data Protection and Privacy
- Dispute Resolution
- Environmental Law
- Finance & Securities
- Intellectual Property
- International Trade, Customs and WTO Law
- Labour Law
- Licences & Permits
- Project Finance and Public-Private Partnerships (PPP)
- Real Estate
- Restructuring and Insolvency
- Subsoil Use
- Tax Law