9 march 2016

Jus Aureum's antitrust regulation practice gets a boost with the arrival of Sergey Zagraevsky

The Jus Aureum antitrust regulation practice has been joined by Sergey Zagraevsky, an antimonopoly law expert, as a counsel. In addition to providing consultancy on antimonopoly issues, he will counsel clients on, and represent them, in dealings with state authorities and public-private partnerships.

Sergey has accumulated a great deal of legal expertise in the field of competition and antimonopoly regulation and been successfully advising clients on relations with their commercial partners and government agencies and on compliance with industry-specific legislative requirements.

He has represented Russian and foreign companies before the Russian Federal Antimonopoly Service and its regional branches, as well as before courts, since 2009 in disputes over alleged abuses of dominant market positions, anticompetitive agreements (in particular, cartels), and unfair competition charges and during scheduled and unscheduled checks by antimonopoly authorities. Sergey has gained appreciable experience in regard to legislation and regulations on advertising, the power sector, and trade, including procurement operations.

He is a member of the Non-Profit Partnership for Competition Support, which unites leading experts on Russian antimonopoly legislation.