Magisters adds new CIS office with Belarus tie-up
Eastern European independent Magisters has added Belarus to its CIS bases with a tie-up with a local firm - believed to be the first cross-border merger by a Belarus law firm. The CIS heavyweight has merged with 12-lawyer BelJurBureau, with all internal merger procedures expected to be finalised by January 2009.BelJurBureau's team advises on dispute resolution, real estate and construction, M&A and corporate, intellectual property (IP) and tax. It includes partners Anna Rusetskaya and Denis Turovets, who will lead the Minsk office.
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