...TNK-BP it doesn't already own from the so-called Alfa-Access-Renova consortium (AAR) of Russian oligarchs for $28 billion in cash...
New work landed by major firms, including high-profile deals, suits, and other matters announced in January 2011
...venture's management. The four Russian oligarchs making up the Alfa-Access-Renova consortium owning the other half of the joint venture have...
U.S. lawyers must speak out about corruption in Russia's courts and business world or it's only going to get worse, says Georgetown Law professor Ethan Burger
Lawyers and legal experts who sell their expertise to foreign businesses investing in Russia, particularly in the natural resources sector, should be raising a public alarm, writes Georgetown law pro
A remarkably candid Russian judge, Yelena Valyavina, has surprised some people by complaining about the extent of political interference by "influential insiders" in Russia's judicial process. What i
The long-running $4 billion dispute between two Russian businessmen for a 20 percent stake of aluminum giant RUSAL is set to be heard in the U.K. courts. Last week a judge confirmed Michael Cherney c
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...and New York in excess of US$1 billion; acting for AAR (Alfa-Access-Renova) in its dispute with BP over the oil major’s...
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