Rome, Italia (PressExposure) May 08, 2012 -- Giambrone Law ILP, the European law firm, announces the opening of a new Russian department which will offer a comprehensive legal service to clients wishing to do business in the Russian Federation, combining international experience with local expertise.
Eugenia Chaburkina and Riccardo Virga will jointly head the new Russian Desk, which will comprise a mixture of Russian and internationally qualified lawyers: they will focus on growing client demand for investment into and out of Russia, with primary attention to Property Law and Litigation/Arbitration services to foreign companies operating in the Russian Federation.
The Russian team will provide a complete range of legal services and primarily advise on cross-border commercial matters, offshore international legal services, alongside corporate law, M&A consulting, real estate and dispute resolution services.
The Russian Desk will also operate a translation bureau staffed with highly-qualified translators with extensive knowledge of legal terminology, who are able to precisely translate any legal document from all major European languages (including Arabic) to Russian and vice-versa.
"Successful entry into the Russian market depends on the ability to establish strong partners. Our new Russian Desk has been developing strategies for international companies that have resulted in access to otherwise impenetrable markets and lucrative revenue streams." - comments Riccardo Virga - "This is a great opportunity for the firm to acquire a unique potential for offering our clients a complete range of top-quality services, both within Russia and in many other European jurisdictions. We will now be able to support clients operating in Russia and those entering international markets, as well as foreign investors investing in Russia"
Giambrone Law ILP is an award winning, full service Europeam law firm. Its strength includes over 40 lawyers serving clients around the world through its offices in Rome, Milan, Palermo, London, Tunis and New York on matters of Italian, European and international law and its clients are split almost equally between businesses, corporations and private individuals.