Legal assistance in the activities of International Companies

Review contract of any complexity

Stand down your interests in negotiations

Carry out pre-trial settlement of the dispute

Аccompany the case in the applicable jurisdiction

Law&Facts offers cross-border legal support for companies and individuals doing business internationally.

Our team offers a wide range of services to support:
international organisations who wish to operate and invest in the Russian Federation.

Russian and overseas businesses seeking to invest or develop their business internationally and which require legal support.

Our experienced advisers are highly-regarded in supporting successful businesses internationally. We spend time getting to know our clients, their businesses, and the markets they operate in.

We are well-known for our cross-border services. We often advise international companies on becoming established in the Russian Federation (through incorporation, commercial arrangements or business acquisitions) or on trading with their international partners in the world using English law.

— Accompaniment of affairs of foreign companies in the territory of the Russian Federation
— Consultations and legal opinions on cross-border issues
— Drafting of necessary legal documents in English and Russian
— Representation of interests in public bodies
— Representation of interests in negotiations with counterparties
— Legal legal opinion letters regarding Russian law
— Due diligence of:
real or personal property
contracting party
For more information on how we can help you, please contact us.


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    At the consultation we:

    Review of case records

    Analysis of the client's activities depending on the business area

    Identify business risks

    Work plan development and network establishing

    Appointment of a employer for your case considering all the specific details


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