Dimitry Afanasiev lends his vast expertise to complex, high-value domestic disputes, where he represents major Russian blue-chip clients.
St Petersburg-based Ilya Nikiforov is a long-standing figure in the market. He is known for his international disputes practice and his remarkable insight into Russian law aspects. Sources say: "He can put difficult concepts into simple language."
Dmitry Dyakin often acts for state-owned companies in international arbitration cases. He is praised for his focus and drive. A source said: "He knows what he wants."
Valery Eremenko maintains a broad practice focusing on complex domestic disputes. As one impressed source notes, "he can handle very difficult cases and make them seem simple for his client." He represents major Russian companies in domestic corporate disputes. He also acts for international clients on disputes connected to criminal investigations. He is also involved in bankruptcy disputes, principally representing creditors.
Evgeny Raschevsky handles both international arbitration and domestic litigation mandates. In international disputes, he often acts for domestic clients. "He is a strategic lawyer," a source confirms.
Sergey Kovalev acts for major Russian corporate clients on local disputes. He is instructed on significant bankruptcies as well as large-scale corporate disputes, contractual conflicts and high-value debt recovery cases.
Up-and-coming Denis Arkhipov is active in domestic disputes. Sources note his dedication and tenacity, saying: "He tries to do everything for his client."