Legal Protection for Russian Business Abroad
Congress Centre, conference hall D1
A host of unfavourable macroconditions have been created for Russian businesses abroad. This state of affairs requires appropriate solutions, both in terms of legal protection, and possible government support. Russian entrepreneurs operating in other countries have seen their rights violated and business freedoms restricted. A number of countries have also taken political decisions which disregard established legal boundaries. Russophobia has not only affected ordinary citizens, but the business community too. What’s more, it has had an impact on choice of jurisdiction. What forms of legal protection do Russian entrepreneurs have recourse to? What legal issues will Russian entrepreneurs have to deal with in the near future? How will the current situation affect national jurisdictions?
Chairman of the Board, Association of Lawyers of Russia
Co-Chairman, Center for Public Procedures "Business Against Corruption"; Partner, Head of White Collar Crime Practice, EPAM Law Offices
Chairman of the Presidium, "Klishin and Partners" Interterritorial Bar Association; Chairman of the Commission on Legal Framework of Modern Integration Processes of the Russian Federation, Association of Lawyers of Russia
Managing Partner, GRATA International; Head, Educational Center for Practical Jurisprudence at the Faculty of Law, St. Petersburg State University of Economics
Vice-President – Director of the Legal Department, Sberbank
President, Synergy Corporation; Member of the Commission of the State Council of the Russian Federation in the Direction of "Small and Medium-Sized Businesses"
Commissioner for Entrepreneurs' Rights Protection in Moscow
Compliance Director, RUSAL
Front row participants
Vice President, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses OPORA RUSSIA; Managing Director of the Bureau for the Protection of the Rights of Entrepreneurs and Investors
Director of Legal and Corporate Support, NASK