Choosing a Law Firm Based on Specialization

The Moscow Times
Thursday 21st March, 2013

Maxim Stulov / Vedomosti A local law firm could be better at dealing with the Federal Anti-Monopoly Service, seen here meeting last month. When it comes to choosing a Russian or international law firm, the issue is much deeper than language. Industry insiders say a dozen Russian law firms are fully multilingual, in languages like German as well as English. Many more have multilingual specialists so the difference rather comes down to areas of specialization. International law firms are stronger in the capital markets, where contracts may be concluded under foreign jurisdictions such a…

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