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GRATA International offices in Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan were noted as an active partners of the EBRD
On January 22, 2022, the EBRD’s Legal Transition Team has completed an assessment of business reorganisation tools in all 38 emerging economies where the EBRD is active.
GRATA International Law Firm held online conference on PPPs in Eurasia
On December 2, 2021, GRATA International held the final international online conference: "Public-private partnership and infrastructure development in Eurasia: recent changes in legislation, main problems and opportunities" for this year.
GRATA International in IFLR1000’s financial and corporate rankings across 8 countries
IFRL1000 released the third of four groups of rankings that represent IFLR1000's 31st edition which focused on identifying best firms and lawyers in financial and corporate, as well as project development practices across the globe.
Dispute resolution support in CIS and Eastern Europe
The continuing development and close economic links between countries of the Eurasian Economic Union (Russian Federation, Republic of Kazakhstan, Republic of Belarus, Kyrgyz Republic, Republic of Armenia), and close historic ties between CIS countries encourage constant cooperation between the countries, increase the volume of mutual trade and number of business projects between the companies from these countries.
GRATA International hosted an online conference: "Changes in corporate legislation and practice"
On May 20, 2021, eight jurisdictions of GRATA International presented topics on Corporate Law. The conference was held online in 3 parallel sessions through the ZOOM platform. At the end of their speeches, leading lawyers answered questions of interest to the audience.
GRATA International in Chambers Europe 2021
Chambers & Partners, one of the most reputable legal directories, has recently released its Chambers Europe rankings. Representatives from GRATA International’s offices in Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Russia were identified among the best law firms and lawyers in Europe.