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Nodia, Urumashvili and Partners Ltd

Lasha Nodia

Tbilisi, Georgia Europe Guide 2021 Ranked in 1 departments
Ranked in : Dispute Resolution
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Dispute Resolution - Georgia

Band 2

Managing partner Lasha Nodia is regarded for his expertise in handling arbitration as well as litigation matters. He is particularly experienced in disputes matters related to bankruptcy.
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Practice Areas

Banking and Finance Commercial, Corporate and M&A, Insolvency and Restructuring Dispute Resolution, Real Estate


Lasha Nodia is the founder and the managing partner of Nodia, Urumashvili and Partners since 2005. Prior to founding the firm, he served as a counsel and a head of the legal department at JSC Bank Republic (1996-2005).

Education: The ICC advanced arbitration academy for Central and Eastern Europe (2015) Tbilisi Institute of Law and Economy, Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Law (2002)

Languages: Georgian; English; Russian

Professional Memberships

Member of the Georgian Bar Association, Accredited mediator at CEDR, Fellow of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (FCIArb) Co-founder, Deputy chairman of Georgian Association of Arbitrators, Chairman of the Legal Committee of Georgian Business Association, Member of the Business Rehabilitation and Insolvency Practitioners Association

Lasha Nodia

Nodia, Urumashvili and Partners Ltd

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Total 2 contributions

Trends and Developments

Insolvency 2021 in Georgia

Authors: Lasha Nodia, Tamta Margvelashvili, Solomon Bagashvili

Law and Practice

Insolvency 2021 in Georgia

Authors: Lasha Nodia, Tamta Margvelashvili, Solomon Bagashvili