Russia's top firms unite to push for more accessible legal market
A group of Russia’s top law firms have banded together to lobby the country’s Government on legal reform, as calls grow for the local market to make its legal system more accessible to international business. The Partnership for the Advancement of Corporate Law was formally established last week (12 September) by a group of 10 of Russia’s leading corporate firms. The partnership’s principal aim is to make Russian civil law more attractive for foreign investment by lobbying the Government to bring local law in line with international standards, protect investors’ rights and usher in greater flexibility.
Russian law firms band together with goal of making the country’s law more attractive to foreign investors
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