Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners is the leading law firm in the CIS with offices in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and associated offices in the UK, the USA and Cyprus.
Founded in 1993 by Nikolai Egorov, Boris Puginsky, and Dimitry Afanasiev, the Firm provides the full range of legal services to domestic and foreign businesses, international organizations and financial institutions across the CIS.
Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners advise its clients in many areas of law, including commercial dispute resolution in Russia and abroad, corporate law, M&A, project finance and PPP, antitrust practice, restructurings and insolvencies. We also offer our clients advice on energy and natural resources, property management and privatization, environment, technical regulation and industrial safety, banking and finance, intellectual property, criminal law, real estate and construction, taxation, family and labour disputes, marine and transport law, and international trade and customs.
In our work we combine our expertise in emerging markets with the highest professional standards. We offer our clients a comprehensive approach with a blend of legal advice, representation of clients before the regulator, interaction with mass media and general public and other services.
Our Firm unites a team of nearly 500 professionals of over 15 countries, including USA, UK, France, Austria, Israel, Cyprus, Ukraine, Belarus, Russia, Kazakhstan and many others.
Our lawyers are highly qualified legal experts with experience of working in-house and in academia.
The Firm's experts are actively involved in business and legal communities and are regularly engaged as consultants on various aspects of law by executive, legislature, and judiciary authorities, as well as Russian and foreign NGOs.
The Firm's lawyers can provide services in Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, English, German, French, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese languages.
Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners Law Offices is a legal entity comprising of member advocates and incorporated under Russian law.