Alina Spiridonova of Lidings Law Firm

Alina Spiridonova of Lidings Law Firm

Alina is an associate in Lidings Moscow office’s corporate and M&A practice and dispute resolution practice. She advises across a wide range of civil and arbitration matters, has extensive expertise in representing clients in civil jurisdiction courts particularly in disputes connected with overdue debt recovery.

EDUCATION

  • Moscow University for the Humanities, Department of Law, Russia

AUTHOR’S ARTICLES

June 02, 2017
Mistakes in a Preamble to Treaty. How do they Affect the Whole Deal (in Russian)
March 25, 2016
Negotiating Terms of Jurisdiction in the Contract (in Russian)
February 05, 2015
Recovering Litigation Costs (in Russian)
November 19, 2014
Lingering Execution of Judicial Act (in Russian)
November 12, 2014
How to Deprive Customs from Randomly Updating HTS Codes (in Russian)
June 02, 2014
Bad Quality Legal Services? Recovering Damages (in Russian)

LEGAL UPDATES

May 05, 2017
Russia accession to the Protocol amending the Agreement on trade-related aspects of intellectual property rights
December 20, 2016
Amendments to the Law on Leasing
October 25, 2016
The Russian Supreme Court Digest of Caselaw on Conflict of Interest Among Procurement Participants
March 04, 2016
Certification of Force Majeure circumstances
November 27, 2015
Rules of registration and production of manufacturing stamps, as well as production and destruction of their imprints on jewelry
October 02, 2015
Clarifications of Russian FAS on Internet Advertising
November 08, 2013
Оn September 17, 2013 the Presidium of the Supreme Commercial Court of the Russian Federation (hereinafter – the Presidium) released the Ruling No. 3364/13

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Russia accession to the Protocol amending the Agreement on trade-related aspects of intellectual property rights

In its meeting of April 27, 2017, the Russian Government has approved the Bill “On approval of the Protocol amending the Agreement on trade-related aspects of intellectual property rights” proposed by the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Russian Ministry of economic development and trade, and endorsed its further introduction to the State Duma1. … Continue Reading
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