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.
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.
Tatyana Nikolaenko, head of Empoyment law practice at Khrenov & Partners gave her opinion on the matter.
Dmitry Shniger, a lawyer at Khrenov & Partners commented on the bill.
Toronto, September 14 - On September 14-15, Alexander Konkov, head of the international dispute resolution practice of Khrenov & Partners visited the annual meeting of Interlex member companies in Toronto.
Interlex is a worldwide association of leading law firms that cooperate to provide a complete range of international legal and business services to clients. Interlex was founded in 1973 and currently consists of 47 firms in 61 countries.
Khrenov & Partners successfully passed all stages of strict selection among Russian law firms for inclusion in Interlex: analysis of expertise, preliminary interviews, etc. Based on the results of the selection, Khrenov & Partners was included in the list of members of the association in August 2017.
CIS Arbitration Forum - On 1 September 2016 important amendments relating to recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in Russia came into force. The most significant novelty consists in the introduction of Article 245.1 of the Arbitrazh [Commercial] Procedure Code of the Russian Federation (hereinafter referred to as “the APC”) establishing new rules for recognition of those foreign judgements on economic disputes, which do not require enforcement due to their nature.
K&Ps lawyers Alexander Kosin and Victoria Kholodova prepared an analysis of the amendments: "Certain issues relating to recognition of foreign judgments on economic disputes, which do not require enforcement under Arbitrazh [Commercial] Procedure Code of Russian Federation".