Being the largest among CIS countries with immense opportunities for business, according to annual World Bank reports, Russia has made the most progress among the biggest emerging economies in implementing policies to improve its investment climate in recent years.
The uniform customs territory in the framework of the Customs Union as well close cultural links between Kazakhstan and Russia and their common historic heritage are the main drivers for strong economic cooperation between the two countries and permanent growth for trade turnover and mutual investments.
Having been on cutting edge of the developments ever since its establishment and constantly striving to extend the scope of its services available to clients, in 2013 GRATA opened its office in Moscow.
Establishing a stronger presence in Russia, GRATA International opened associate offices in: Novosibirsk - December 2016, Samara - January 2017 and, Rostov-on-Don - May 2017, Saint-Petersburg - April 2017.
Extensive, internationally recognized expertise in providing legal support to investors in connection with cross-border M&A and financial transactions, capital markets projects and project finance in the Central Asia region and the ability to handle the most complex multi-jurisdictional assignments in cost-efficient manner while delivering high-quality results are the key strengths that we are fully implementing in Russia.
Brochure: GRATA International Moscow office
Brochure: Doing business in Russia
12, Presnenskaya Embankment, Moscow, Russia
Tel.: +7 (495) 660-11-84
Fax.: +7 (495) 660-11-64
|Alexey Aksuk||Senior Partner, Attorney at law||Rostov-on-Don||Inquire|
|Evgeniya Bondarenko||Managing Partner||Novosibirsk||Inquire|
|Almat Daumоv||Partner, Head of Natural Resources Department, Representative GRATA International (Moscow)||Moscow
|Yana Dianova||Director of Corporate and Commercial Law Department, GRATA International (Moscow)||Moscow||Inquire|
|Yevgeniy Gorokhov||Head of Dispute Resolution Department, Attorney at law, GRATA International (Moscow)||Moscow||Inquire|
|Vladimir Komarov||Managing Partner||Saint Petersburg||Inquire|
|Inna Makarova||Partner, Attorney at law||Rostov-on-Don||Inquire|
|Dmitry Samigullin||Managing Partner||Samara||Inquire|
|Denis Shestakov||Partner||Saint Petersburg||Inquire|
|Dmitry Sobolev||Partner, Attorney at law||Rostov-on-Don||Inquire|
|Andrei Soukhomlinov||Managing Partner, Office Director, GRATA International (Moscow)||Moscow||Inquire|
|Igor Stepanov||Managing Partner||Rostov-on-Don||Inquire|
|Eldar Ziatdinov||Director of Tax Law Department, GRATA International (Moscow), Representative in Kazan||Moscow
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A draft federal law “On Digital Rights”, amending parts one, two, and article 1124 of part three of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation (the “Law”) was adopted in its final reading. The goal of the Law is to enshrine a number of basic concepts in civil legislation, such as "digital rights" and "self-executing contracts", on the basis of which the Russian legislator could regulate the market of such objects of economic relations as “tokens”, “cryptocurrency” and other digital assets, to provide conditions for the execution and performance of transactions in the digital environment, including transactions with large volumes of information (Big Data).
A draft Federal Law supplementing the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation with three new offenses in connection with dissemination in the media and the information networks, including the Internet, of false socially significant information under the guise of reliable messages (the so-called "fake news"), and measures of liability for their commission depending on severity of consequences was adopted by the State Duma in its final reading.
On 1 January 2019 amendments to the Federal Laws “On the Basics of State Regulation of Trading Activities in the Russian Federation” and “On the Use of Cash Registers when Making Settlements in the Russian Federation”, introduced by Federal Law No. 488 – FZ of 25.12.2018, came into force, providing for the creation of a state information system for monitoring the circulation of commodities subject to mandatory labeling by means of identification, and requirements to it.
The list of commodities subject to mandatory labeling by means of identification and deadlines for their labeling in 2019 are approved by the Government of the Russian Federation.
This review highlights some significant changes in federal laws and other regulatory legal acts in Russia that regulate the circulation of medicines, including:
a new procedure for releasing into circulation of medicinal products for medical use;
- implementation of the federal state information system for monitoring the circulation of medicines for medical use from the manufacturer to the end user with the application of identification marks and obligations of legal entities and individual entrepreneurs engaged in circulation of medicines in this connection;
- the authority of Roszdravnadzor to conduct test purchases of circulating medicinal products and medical devices.
We are glad to announce that starting January 2019 our clients can receive a full range of legal services in Kazan.
On 1 January 2019, amendments to the Resolution of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 102 of 05.02.2015 that provides for restrictions and conditions for the admission of certain types of medical devices originating from foreign countries for the purpose of procurement for state and municipal needs ("Resolution No. 102") and the Resolution of the Government of the Russian Federation dated November 30, 2015 No. 1289 that establishes the restrictions and conditions for admission for the purposes of procurement to ensure the state and municipal needs of medicinal products originating from foreign countries included in the list of vital and essential drugs (VED) ("Resolution No. 1289"), came into force.
This article discusses the features of foreclosure on the subject of a pledge. The author focuses attention on the fate of a pledge, as an encumbrance on the subject, which was a guarantee of the fulfillment of the Debtor’s obligations to the creditor. The conflict between the norms of the Civil Code and the Federal Law “On Insolvency (Bankruptcy)” is considered, supported by relevant examples from judicial practice.
Since August 10, 2017, the Federal Law of July 29, 2017 No. 216-FZ has been in effect in Russia, providing for the legal basis for establishment and operation of innovation scientific and technological centres in order to implement the priorities of the scientific and technological development of the Russian Federation, increase the investment attractiveness of research and development, the commercialisation of their results, incentives for persons involved in the implementation of such projects, the features of their activities, including urban planning, educational and medical activities (the "Law No. 216-FZ").
The Astana International Financial Centre (AIFC) was launched on the 5 July 2018. It is a financial hub located in Astana, Kazakhstan. The aims of AIFC are to attract investment and bring in clients from Asia, Europe and the Middle East.
Since April 23, 2018, the provisions of the Federal Law No. 229-ФЗ "On Enforcement Proceedings" dated October 2, 2007, regulate the procedure for enforcement of the requirement contained in the executive document to remove information distributed on the Internet that defames the honor, dignity or damages business reputation of a citizen or damages business reputation of a legal entity.
The editorial office of the newspaper Delovoy Peterburg (Peterburg Buisness Daily) conducted the traditional rating "Lawyer of the Season" in the summer of 2018.
In 2017 the International Federation of Consulting Engineers has introduced major amendments to FIDIC 1999 Yellow, Red and Silver Books which have been in use in the construction industry for almost twenty years.
Dmitry Samigullin spoke on Business setup in Russia in Zurich.
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