Kseniia Gain is the Managing Partner at Gain & Partners law company, an associate office of GRATA International in the Republic of Tatarstan (Russian Federation). Kseniia is a certified professional in conflictology and mediation in business. She has over 12 years of experience in the legal field. She is a member of the Board of Directors of the Network Clearing House (JSC) credit organisation.
- St. Petersburg State University;
- Texas A & M University;
- The Institute for Conflict Research and Resolution (Research and Resource Institute, Inc.);
- The Russian-American program on conflictology (R-APK), the qualification "Mediator of interpersonal and community conflicts" ("Mediator of interpersonal and community conflicts").
Corporate structuring and investments in the IT sector, protection of intellectual property, comprehensive support of construction projects, including production facilities, international transactions and transactions with a foreign element.
- Project financing and public-private partnership;
- Corporate law;
- Intellectual property.
- Chambers&Partners (2015, 2016).
- Advising and collecting evidence on the territory of the Russian Federation within the framework of the dispute at the Arbitration Court of The Hague between a Cypriot company and the Government of India for recovery of damages as a result of an illegal non-normative legal act;
- Providing legal support to Rostelecom PJSC within the framework of the AIC "Safe City" project;
- Development and implementation of the PPP and MPP concept for the implementation of state and municipal security programs (in Russia: Moscow region, Kazan, Almetyevsk, Zelenodolsk, Tyumen, Samara; and in Kazakhstan: Semipalatinsk);
- Representing the interests of Russian construction contractors in the implementation of the state program of assistance to the Russian Federation for the restoration of Tskhinval after the 2008 military events;
- Providing complex legal support to the general food operator for athletes and heads of state in the World International Games Universiade-2013;
- Representing the interests of a creditor with a debt of more than 92 billion rubles in the procedures of Mezhprombank's CJSC bankruptcy. The result of participation in the Presidium of the Supreme Arbitration Court of the Russian Federation was the creation of a precedent;
- Representing the interests of a contract organisation in the construction of sports venues of the Universiade-2013. The result of the work was a peaceful settlement of the dispute while satisfying the interests of all its participants;
- Representing the interests of the minority shareholder and the debtor in the case of challenging transactions in the scheme of lending to a group of enterprises by Sberbank of Russia. A precedent has been set up for this project;
- Obtaining Kastamonu Integrated Wood Industry status as a resident of the Alabuga special economic zone of the Republic of Tatarstan and providing legal support for the construction of a factory for the production of MDF in the given territory. The result of this work was a detailed structuring of relations between the project participants for the construction of the plant;
- Providing legal support for an agreement with the Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Tatarstan on the implementation of an investment project by a major Austrian company (Wienerberger). The work resulted in a fair reduction in the tax burden for the Austrian company;
- Protection of corporate rights of the subsidiary company Tattelecom (OJSC) in a prolonged corporate conflict with minority shareholders. The result of the work was the exclusion of the abusive participant from the society.