Practices
Industries
02 September 2020

The work discusses key legal aspects of establishing business presence in Russia, providing an overview of existing forms of doing business, as well as specific recommendations on choosing of optimal form of entity, issues of corporate governance and ongoing management, foreign investment, thin capitalization, migration issues of employing expatriates and currency control regulation issues. Authors of the guide emphasize the latest amendments of the Civil legislation of the Russian Federation, particularly regulations on legal entities. This material may be of practical interest for businessmen of all levels, planning to enter the Russian market, as it contains answers on key questions the potential investors may have in the course of choosing a legal form for doing business in Russia.

The publication was prepared by members of Lidings’ corporate and M&A team as part of a joint project initiated by the International Lawyers Network.


Changes in the Federal law “On the procedure for foreign investment in economic companies of strategic importance for national defense and state security”

31 August 2020

Starting from August 11, 2020, amendments to the Federal law “On the procedure for foreign investment in economic companies of strategic importance for national defense and state security” (“Law”) have come into force, strengthening state control over transactions of foreign investors or a group of persons in respect of shares of companies of strategic importance for national defense and state security (“Company”).

Lidings’ Partner Alexander Popelyuk Runs Master Class on Corporate Disputes

15 April 2020

Partner of the dispute resolution practice at Lidings Alexander Popelyuk will run a special online master class dedicated to Corporate Disputes: Practice of Russian Courts. The event is organized by the PRO.Education Center at Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL), a student organization established on the basis of the Department of Practical Jurisprudence at MSAL.