Mikhail Herman is a leading lawyer in the integrated office of GRATA International St. Petersburg. Former Federal judge of the district court of Saint Petersburg. During this period, Mikhail has accumulated extensive experience in conducting legal proceedings in various areas of civil law in Russia.
Currently, he is the head of the dispute resolution Department of GRATA International St. Petersburg, as well as the practice of Labor law, which is considered one of the strongest in Russia according to the national ratings of the Russian legal market "Pravo-300" and "Kommersant".
While working in the courts of General jurisdiction, Mikhail prepared drafts of legal positions of courts in the framework of complaints filed against the Russian Federation in the European court of human rights, which were later used as the basis for the objections of the authorized representative of the Russian Federation in this court. He also developed draft comments and proposals to resolutions of the Plenums of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation, as well as other draft legal acts.
- Labor law
- Civil law
- Family law
- Real estate
- Industry and trade
- Construction and infrastructure
- Media and telecommunications
- Pharmaceuticals and healthcare
Before joining the GRATA International St. Petersburg team as a leading lawyer, Mikhail worked for 12 years in the judicial system of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region, including the last three years as a Federal judge.
- Leaders of the Russian legal market 2018 - top 5 "Labor law"
- Leaders of the Russian legal market 2020-Top 5 "Labor and migration law"
- Repeatedly awarded diplomas of the participant of the contest "Legal Russia".
2005-diploma in civil law of the Leningrad state regional University named after A. S. Pushkin.