What the team is known for
White & Case is widely viewed as one of the leading international practices within the Russian market. The Moscow team offers clients cross-border expertise across an array of legal areas. The team regularly works in conjunction with other White & Case offices, and maintains close ties to local counsel firms in other jurisdictions.
The full-service Moscow office excels in multi-jurisdictional corporate transactions, and its financing and capital markets lawyers handle international matters with aplomb. Highly effective energy and telecommunications teams work to offer clients sector-specialist advice in cross-border matters, and the firm's dispute resolution team is accustomed to advising on multi-jurisdictional proceedings, notably investment treaty arbitration.
A client comments: "They are a global brand, have a good network and have different experience all around the world. Even if the answers aren't known, they are able to bring previous experiences, which were quite important in our case; they have the know-how."
Another source praises the firm's international capabilities and delivery in challenging conditions: "Each of our projects is complex and demands specific knowledge and work coordination in different jurisdictions. Projects need to be completed under tight deadlines. The firm counselled us on a large-scale financial restructuring of a leading Russian multinational. The project was completed under unique circumstances with remote work of the bank and its clients in the Covid-19 pandemic."
elicits ample praise from clients, who note her significant experience in international arbitration cases. Sources highlight her commercial approach to mandates.
enters the rankings after receiving strong praise from market commentators. He is adept at handling domestic and international litigation cases. His other focus is on bankruptcy mandates. "He would explain the pros and cons,"
a happy client reports, while another adds: "He is able to explain in detail the steps that need to be taken."