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Elmira Alieva


Elmira is widely considered as a leading commercial litigation expert.  She is a member of the Board of the Inter-Territorial Bar, one of the oldest and largest in the City of Moscow.


Elmira represents clients both in the courts of general jurisdiction and arbitration (commercial) courts in relation to debt recovery, insolvency, bankruptcy, employment, insurance, construction, leasing, investment, loan, transportation, commission, agency, franchising, trade mark, intellectual property, sale and purchase disputes, as well as enforcement of foreign judgements and arbitral awards in Russia and the CIS.


Elmira also renders ongoing non-contentious legal advice to Russian companies, including incorporation, increase or decrease of share capital, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and all types of corporate restructuring.


Her private client services extend to virtually all aspects of civil and criminal law.  


Elmira is a graduate of the Moscow State Law Academy.  


Representative Transactions


  • Enforcing a foreign-obtained arbitral award against Russian assets;

  • Defending the trademark of a major international cosmetics manufacturer in the Arbitration Court of Moscow, commencing criminal proceedings against the Russian wrongdoers, obtaining and enforcing a multi-million dollar judgement in the client’s favour;

  • Representing both insurance companies and the assureds in various insurance disputes;

  • Successfully defending an Israeli guarantor in a loan agreement between a bank and a fraudulent borrower;

  • Obtaining and enforcing a judgement in Italian client’s favour; the claim involving a loan agreement with a Russian borrower;

  • Representing a shareholder’s interests in a major Russian shareholders’ dispute, and successfully defending these in the Arbitration court of Moscow;

  • Enforcing a number of Russian-obtained judgements under the loan, sale and purchase, supply, and construction agreement;

  • Successfully representing a prime Israeli interests in a multi-million dollar cargo claim against a Russian transportation company and a third party hired by the defendants, the claim involving loss of shipment


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