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Hogan Lovells (CIS) frame

Moscow

Hogan Lovells (CIS)

Summit Business Centre
22 Tverskaya Street, 9th Floor
Moscow 125009
Russia

Hogan Lovells in Moscow provides clients with a vital strategic perspective as Russia continues to undergo a vast economic transformation. Our highly skilled lawyers understand Russia’s business dynamics.

We help Russian businesses and international companies navigate Russia's complex regulatory environment. We have a solid track record working with clients in the metals and mining, telecommunications, financial, media and technology, pharmaceutical, and energy sectors. Along with our English-qualified lawyers in Moscow, we operate a dedicated Russia practice in our London office.

The Hogan Lovells team in Moscow is consistently ranked by the major international legal directories as one of the leading providers of legal services in the Russian market.

Representative Experience

Discovery Communications on the creation of first-of-its-kind JV with a powerful national media group to operate the Discovery channels in Russia.

Advising Moscow Credit Bank Capital on €500m sale of Veropharm to Abbott Group, Russia's largest foreign takeover in 2014.

Advising international and Russian clients on sanctions introduced by the U.S. and EU, and on Russian retaliatory measures and their impact on Russian companies.

Acting for BTA Bank in a number of claims worth more than US$6bn against Mr Ablyazov and his companies in a number of proceedings around the world.

Representing H&M in IP contentious and non-contentious matters in Russia/ CIS. Received WORLDLeaders International Trademark Excellence Award.

Advising BBC on various contentious and non-contentious matters in Russia/ CIS.

Advising RDIF in relation to unsolicited proposal regarding construction of railroad overpasses a Russian region on the basis of a concession agreement.

Supporting BNP Paribas and Société Générale as arrangers of a US$1.6bn pre-export syndicated loan facility to Novolipetsk Steel (NLMK).

Winner of the Global Investigations Review 30

2015

Band 2 for Life Sciences

Chambers Europe, 2015

Band 1 for Intellectual Property

Chambers Global, 2015

Band 1 for TMT

The Legal 500 EMEA, 2015

Band 2 for Arbitration and Mediation

The Legal 500 EMEA, 2015

Band 2 in Corporate / M&A

Chambers Global, 2015

Band 1 for Public Private Partnerships

The Legal 500 EMEA, 2015

IP - Trademarks for Russia

ILO Client Choice Awards, 2015
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