Public Procurements & Antitrust

The legal regulation of public procurement in Russia is complicated and requires the businesses to follow the established procedures strictly. Failure to fulfill obligations is fraught for market participants with consequences that go far beyond the scope of one transaction – a supplier who fails to fulfil a contract may be enlisted in the “Register of unscrupulous suppliers”, that means a ban for participation in public procurement for the defaulted company, its directors and owners for 2 calendar years.

Our experienced advocates have gained significant experience in public procurement cases, one of the partners of our law firm had served in the Federal Antimonopoly Service for a couple of years.

Contacting us on time will help you protect yourself from unfair actions of competitors or customers, or - if you have difficulties fulfilling your obligations - mitigate possible negative consequences and avoid being included in the Register.

We help our clients to confront the unfair actions of their competitors - such as the unlawful use of means of individualization and other results of intellectual activity (databases, logos, etc.) or dishonest acquisition of rights in such objects - by successfully applying the protection measures provided for by the Federal Law “On protection of competition.“