is a senior associate at the firm. She specialises in commercial litigation and arbitration, and government regulation of maritime business in Russia, such as licensing and permits, environmental regulation, and taxation. Aleksandra’s professional experience centres around settling multinational companies aiming to operate in the territory of the Russian Federation, closing international transactions, advising foreign companies on Russian foreign exchange regulation, corporate, tax and licence requirements for business activity in the maritime sphere. She has significant experience in deals structuring and due diligence projects for a wide range of large multinational transactions. Aleksandra is a lecturer of maritime law at the Higher School of Economics (Moscow).
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