Goltsblat BLP


Goltsblat BLP is the Russian practice of Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP). Goltsblat BLP was established at the beginning of 2009 as a result of a merger between one of the biggest teams of Russian lawyers and a major UK law firm, Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP).

Goltsblat BLP is a unique offering on the Russian legal market, because of its widely recognised local law capabilities and strong English law-related capabilities, which are in increasing demand by the firm's clients.

The core of the firm is formed by a well-established Russian team with exceptional local law capabilities, extensive knowledge of the local markets and over 15-years' practical experience.

Today, with a team of over 90 Russian and English-qualified lawyers based in Moscow, Goltsblat BLP is one of the biggest international law firms in Russia/CIS.


 

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Can Russian depositors get their money out of Cyprus' banking system?

Company:Goltsblat BLP

This white paper looks at the recent Cypriot banking crisis and how this has impacted depositors. It focuses particularly on three injunctions that have been granted by the Supreme Court and how they affect the billions of Euros that Russian depositors have in Cyprus’ two main banks.

Category: Credit Risk | Published: 25 April 2013 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 4

Russia Goes Global - Beyond China, South East Asia Beckons Corporate Russia

Company:Goltsblat BLP

Russian companies are increasingly finding opportunities to invest in South East Asia, particularly Myanmar, Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. This white paper reviews the region's attractiveness and the pitfalls that companies need to consider before moving into these markets.

Category: Commodities | Published: 23 April 2013 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 1

Russia goes global: key investor issues in Israel and UAE

Company:Goltsblat BLP

This white paper summarises key findings of a recent conference that focused on Russia’s globalisation strategy. This conference highlighted how Russian companies adapt when moving into new regions, the issues they face and lessons that can be learnt.

Category: Commodities | Published: 22 April 2013 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 1