Olga Anisimova handles a wide range of cases in Russian courts involving
real estate, privatization, intellectual property, finance, tax, customs,
construction and bankruptcy matters, including disputes over production sharing
agreements, share purchase agreements and disputes over subsoil use and
She represents general commercial clients, including those active in the gas and oil industry sectors.
Olga is actively involved in international arbitration proceedings in Russia. She has handled a variety of disputes involving Russian projects before arbitration panels at the International Arbitration Court of the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Moscow.
Before joining the firm, Olga worked for another large international law firm where she headed the Litigation and Arbitration department of the Russia & CIS Practice Group.
Olga is a frequent lecturer on international dispute resolution at high-profile conferences.
Asia Employment Law Update
Proposed Regulations May Complicate Reductions in Force in China
On December 31st, 2014, Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security (“MOHRSS”) issued a notice to solicit public opinions on the draft Regulations on Personnel Cutbacks by Enterprises (“Draft Regulations”). The Draft Regulations set out detailed implementing rules for “mass layoffs” (defined under the Labor Contract Law as being a layoff of more than 10% of the workforce or more than 20 employees) and, if adopted in their current form, will further complicate the process for conducting reductions in force in China.