Dependable
Experienced
Results driven
Khrenov & Partners provides a comprehensive range of legal services to Russian and international clients. Core areas for the firm include corporate law and dispute resolution where Khrenov & Partners has established a loyal client following and received peer recognition.
Khrenov & Partners is one of the leading law firms in Russia. Established in 2003, the firm has over 50 highly qualified lawyers.
A network of offices across the regions
Moscow
St. Petersburg          
Ekaterinburg     
Team
All team
Olga Goncharova
Olga Goncharova
Partner
Igor Nikolaenko
Igor Nikolaenko
Partner
Alexander Khrenov
Alexander Khrenov
Partner
Evgeny Kolpakov
Evgeny Kolpakov
Partner
Alexander Konkov
Alexander Konkov
Partner
Olga Goncharova

Igor Nikolaenko

Alexander Khrenov

Evgeny Kolpakov

Alexander Konkov

Contacts
Moscow
Moscow
Address
Bolshoy Vatin lane, 3
Phone
+7 (495) 927-0707
Fax
+7 (495) 927-0907
E-mail
mos.office@yklaw.ru
Saint Petersburg
Saint Petersburg
Address
Kirochnaya street, 64A
Phone
+7 (812) 617-0030
Fax
+7 (812) 617-0032
E-mail
spb.office@yklaw.ru
Ekaterinburg
Ekaterinburg
Address
Sacco and Vanzetti street, 99
Phone
+7 (343) 215-68-98 (97)
Fax
+7 (343) 215-68-98 (97)
E-mail
ekt.office@yklaw.ru
Services
Khrenov & Partners provides a wide range of services to Russian and foreign customers. We are the recognized experts in the field of corporate law and dispute resolution. Offices in the regions expand the geography of its presence and create additional convenience for customers.
Clients

«A number of projects materialized as a result of our work together and whereby the firm’s lawyers demonstrated a high standard in the legal services provided, as well as efficiency in resolving the tasks in hand. The distinguishing features of lawyers at Khrenov and Partners which set the firm apart from others are competence and professionalism as well as an individually tailored approach to find solutions».


A. Fedotova, Deputy Chairman of Srednerussky Bank of Sberbank Russia

«We recommend Khrenov & Partners as a reliable and stable business partner».


R. Kvitko, Head of Legal issues directorate of Gazprom Neft


«The lawyers at Khrenov & Partners have the capacity to gain a deep understanding of the tasks they have been set and to find the right solutions aimed at yielding maximum results».


L. Podolskaya, Deputy general director of corporate management at Interregional Distribution Grid Company of the Centre and Volga Region


«In particular in our joint work, most of our dealings are with lawyers who are experts in arbitration and international private practice and of whose performance we have only the best impression» .


A. Linenko, Head of Treaty and Legal Management Contract Work at Chelyabinsk Pipe-Rolling Plant


Since 2005, when IDGC Urals was established as part of reforms to Russia's electrical energy sector, the firm has enjoyed a successful working relationship with Khrenov & Partners, in particular concerning the handling of highly significant lawsuits involving disputes. Complex legal confrontations have been successfully settled with the direct involvement of the firm's lawyers and which in turn set precedents for the entire electrical energy sector. One of the high profile projects handled by the firm deserves mention for the successful representation of IDGS Urals' interests before the Supreme Arbitration Court of the Russian Federation, in a dispute with consumers on "last mile" issues (final leg in the electricity supply chain). The matter in question was the first case under this category of disputes to be deliberated by the presidium of the Supreme Arbitration Cpurt of the Russian Federation and in turn had a substantial impact on the further development of the court practice in such matters.


"In providing us with legal services, the firm’s experts gave a good account of themselves as dependable professionals in the fields of civil and corporate law, as well as electrical energy".


L. Akimov, Director of Legal department at Rosseti


"The legal services from this firm in the field of tax consulting and representation in tax disputes are carried out on a highly professional level".


V. Vasiliev, Vice President for taxation at Lukoil


‘Central Suburban Passenger Company’ recommends ‘Khrenov and Partners’ as a reliable legal consultant providing full support given the specifics of railway transportation industry as well as providing legal advice on tariff regulation issues. 'Khrenov and Partners’ successfully represented our interests in courts. Lawyers, in collaboration with our leadership, are able to find creative legal solutions, some of which are precedent setting solutions.

‘Khrenov and Partners’ are highly skilled professionals who efficiently and effectively provide legal assistance in various areas.


M. Dyakonov, Executive Director of ‘Central Suburban Passenger Company’



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08 December 2017

On December 7 at the Ritz Carlton Moscow Pravo.ru held a solemn ceremony devoted to the announcement of ranking "Pravo.ru-300" results. 

"Pravo.ru-300" is the first national ranking of law firms, to the results of which orient large and medium-sized businesses, the judiciary, government and law enforcement agencies. This year the ranking was conducted for the eighth time, it is the largest research of the legal market in Russia, reflecting the latest development trends in law firms and the market as a whole.
 


08 December 2017
Kommersant - Tatneft successfully challenged on appeal the decision of the High court of London, which in November 2016 rejected the claim of the Russian company to the owners of the Ukrainian group "Privat" Igor Kolomoisky and Gennady Bogolyubov. Oil company accused the business in the fraudulent misappropriation of funds from oil supplies to the Kremenchug refinery, which at the end of 2000-ies came under the control of the group "Privat" and estimated the damage at $334 million.

The court of appeal of England and Wales upheld the appeal of Tatneft for the decision of the High court of London dated November 8, 2016, which rejected the claim of the oil company to the Ukrainian businessmen Gennady Bogolyubov, Igor Kolomoisky, Alexander Yaroslavsky and Pavel Ovcharenko.

The lawyer of Khrenov and Partners Alexander Kostin commented on the possible outcome of the case.

08 December 2017
Vedomosti - The Kuibyshev district court of St.-Petersburg on October 24 approved a settlement agreement between LLC "Telegraph" and former employee of the company, Anton Rosenberg. According to Anton, it fulfilled all his requirements. The company also undertook to withdraw the counter-claim of 100 million rubles. Telegram Scandal erupted in mid-September. Rosenberg gave publicity to a conflict with the founder of the messenger Pavel Durov and his brother Nikolay and has accused the company of illegal dismissal and put under a question the confidentiality of personal correspondence in the messenger.

Tatyana Nikolaenko, head of Empoyment law practice at Khrenov & Partners gave her opinion on the matter.

08 December 2017
Kommersant - The constitutional court has obliged the courts to consider claims of private owners, from whom the Crimean authorities seized the property under the law of the Crimea "On peculiarities of regulation of property and land relations on the territory of the Republic of Crimea". It would not be easy to restore their rights as the courts should assess the legality of their even registered rights to the disputed objects prior to accession of Crimea. Dmitry Shniger, an associate at Khrenov & Partners commented on the issue.
02 October 2017
Pravo.ru - Pavel Krasheninnikov introduced a bill that sparked a heated discussion among lawyers and sharp criticism of the Russian Federal Chamber of Lawyers. The deputy proposes to allow the representation in courts only for those lawyers who have a higher legal education and a special accreditation of the relevant authorities.

Dmitry Shniger, a lawyer at Khrenov & Partners commented on the bill.

27 September 2017
Forbes - In June 2015, Boris Kovalchuk, the chairman of Inter RAO holding and son of the Rossiya bank owner, Yuri Kovalchuk, announced the intention of Inter RAO to consolidate 100% of Mosenergosbyt (MES). At the beginning of September 2017, the holding announced that it had finally collected 95.17% of MES shares and has the right to buy back shares from minority shareholders (the so-called squeeze-out).
It will not be easy to do this. Minority shareholders of MES have been trying for a year to prove that Inter RAO got the right to squeeze out bypassing the law. Not having succeed in two instances, minority shareholders on Wednesday, September 20, won in the cassation. Forbes, with the help of lawyers Dmitry Lobachev and Alexander Kondratyuk from Khrenov & Partners, figured out the reasons for the corporate dispute.
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