В связи с усилением влияния кризиса...
The Russian Federation continues to take measures aimed at reducing the negative impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak on businesses. On 1 April 2020, Article 9.1...
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To the aid of creditors comes the institution of subsidiary
liability, which serves as a means of protecting creditors.
Squire Patton Boggs LLP
We recently published a blog identifying issues which cryptocurrency pose in insolvencies; not least identifying and classifying it, how to take control
Goltsblat BLP LLP
Goltsblat BLP advises of radical changes to the way liability borne by the CEO and other persons controlling a debtor in insolvency (bankruptcy) cases is regulated.
Buzko & Partners
As the Russian economy continues to struggle, issues relating to insolvency (bankruptcy) remain the priority for both local and foreign creditors.
Jus Privatum Law Firm
If your Russian contractor fails to settle its debt for quite a long period of time or does not make efforts to pay off its debt...
Alrud Law Firm
According to the Ruling the parties may establish in their agreement the procedure for confirming the powers of the creditor's representative.
New Federal Law No. 266-FZ dated 29 July 2017 (the Amendment Law) introduces notable changes to Russia's insolvency rules.
In early 2015, credit institutions gained the right to initiate the bankruptcy of their debtors according to a simplified procedure – i.e., without a court decision ordering the recovery of debt.
On April 28, 2009, the president of the Russian Federation signed into law amendments to the Russian Law on Insolvency (Bankruptcy) of October 26, 2002 (Federal Law No. 127-FZ) (the “Insolvency Law”) that should be considered by all creditors doing business with financially troubled Russian companies, directors and other controlling persons of Russian companies, and participants in the market for distressed Russian assets.