Outrage over the Ukraine war prompted several hundred Western companies to abandon key cities in Russia and halt services to the nation’s population. The mass withdrawal of anything from retail, food, banking and tech services has created a new world for Russia’s people, one without easy access to payment services, or to the simplest pleasures that most take for granted: Streaming music and movies, for instance.

But, in Moscow, two lawyers are seeing to it that there are consequences for this.

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