Private International Law/International Commercial Arbitration

  • Localizing property abroad and putting it into a bankruptcy estate under cross-border insolvency proceedings
  • Assisting against lawsuits filed with a foreign court or international arbitration
  • Taking legal actions in foreign jurisdictions
  • Collecting debts in a foreign court / international arbitration
Lawsuits in Foreign Courts
  • Studying case materials, drawing up legal position
  • Providing legal assistance in foreign jurisdictions
  • Supervising performance and costs of work provided by our associated partners outside of Russia
Single Procedural Actions Abroad
  • Obtaining a freezing order, discovery order or writ of summons
  • Filing a lawsuit
  • Protecting your rights during a trial as well as enforcement procedure
Debtors’ Assets Abroad
  • Checking actual status of assets
  • Recognition of foreign bankruptcy proceedings in Russia and other jurisdictions
  • Assisting in seizure of debtor’s assets in Russia and other jurisdictions

Consequences of Ignoring a Claim in a Foreign Court

Imposition of interim measures (seizure) of foreign property
A decision by a foreign court not in your favor

Fine or imprisonment for contempt of court

Individual Approach

Developing and implementing a unique solution for your task.

Confidentially. Delicately. Effectively.

Professionalism

Qualified specialists with vast experience in practical work.

Responsiveness

Responding to your requests in time. Meeting deadlines.

Support

Advising on all legal issues. Explaining the essence of the case clearly and in detail.

Cost-Efficiency

Taking care of all paperwork, saving you time, money and human resources.

Meet the Team

Senior partner, attorney at law
Graduated from the International Law Faculty of MGIMO University in 2011. More than 10 years of legal practice. Awarded the status of an attorney in law in 2015.

Specialization
Civil and Private International Law, Corporate Litigation, Bankruptcy

Favorite Quote
"Aut ne tentaris, aut perfice" / “Either do it, or do not tempt” (Latin)

Hobbies

Chess and yachting

Alexander Kostin

Knowledge Lawyer, Doctor of Law, LL.M.

Doctor of Law (Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law); Master's Degree in Private International Law (MGIMO University). More than 9 years of practical experience. Author of a number of commentaries and articles published in leading Russian publications (ZAKON, Vestnik (Herald of Economic Justice), Vestnik (Herald of Civil Procedure).

"Since graduating from university I have consistently formed expertise in the field of dispute resolution in foreign courts. I expect that the experience and knowledge I have accumulated will provide the best solution to your problems".

Work Scheme
1
Make an appointment for a preliminary consultation
2
Our study of all available materials and documents
3
Second consultation
Detailed discussion of all your questions
4
Conclusion of a contract for the provision of services
5
Actual work
Our Regional Experience
England and Wales
  • Initiation of proceedings against a major Russian businessman.
  • Recovery of debt in the High Court of England and Wales under a loan agreement, as well as subsequent support of liquidation proceedings against an English debtor.
Germany
  • Recognition of Russian bankruptcy and foreclosure of debtor's property.
  • Challenging asset transactions (concluded to the detriment of creditors).
Switzerland
  • Localization, seizure and foreclosure of debtor's assets.
Spain
  • Recognition of Russian bankruptcy and foreclosure of debtor's property.
  • Challenging transactions regarding assets (concluded to the detriment of creditors).
Greece
  • Recognition and enforcement of the decision of the Russian court.
Bulgaria
  • Foreclosure on the property of a debtor declared bankrupt in Russia.
Cyprus
  • Requesting documents through a Cypriot court for Russian litigation.
  • Conducting the process in the district court on the side of the Respondent Bank.
St. Kitts and Nevis
  • Recognition and execution of the judgment of the Russian court against the beneficiary of the debtor company.
Benin
  • Judicial recognition of ownership of a collection of seventeenth- and nineteenth-century art.

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