About the practice:

Although we are trial lawyers, we believe that the best way to resolve a dispute is to reach an agreement by negotiation.

We do not believe in dragging out a dispute as long as possible in order to increase our fees. We finish it by the most effective means. If settlement is possible, we will do our utmost to reach it. This makes our clients loyal and delivers us new cases. We believe that, to be a litigator of the highest calibre, you must be a successful negotiator.

Settlement of a dispute relating to the construction of a shopping centre in Volgograd for Castorama after initiating and winning several court cases against the developer (debtor).

Settlement of a dispute relating to an accident in a warehouse for a logistics company by negotiating with the owners of the damaged goods and the insurance company.
An amicable settlement of a dispute between Brunswick Rail and OJSC Mechel, arising out of an agreement for the lease of railcars, was reached after we filed a claim with the ICAC.
Out of court settlement of a dispute over the quality of services provided by an international educational organisation.

Settlement of a dispute worth EUR 8.5 million between Erick van Egeraat and a Russian bank in connection with the design documentation for the construction of a building complex for a corporate university.
Settlement of a dispute between shareholders in a Russian metals producer regarding discriminatory terms in the shareholders’ agreement.
An amicable settlement was reached in court proceedings relating to 25% of the shares in a Russian mobile phone operator.

Settlement of disputed issue between a Russian railway operator and an Israeli IT firm prior to it becoming a matter for conflict.
We represented a major bank in a dispute on the recovery of debt from a businessman arising out of an English-law guarantee in connection with the breach of a loan agreement by one of his companies and with regard to a counterclaim by the businessman worth US$80 million for breach of confidentiality. The dispute was settled amicably.