Valentina Gluhovskaya is a corporate lawyer and is Joint Head of the Moscow practice. She works in corporate, real estate and construction, with a focus on power and infrastructure.
In the real estate field, Valentina has particular expertise in advising both developers and investors on the structuring of acquisitions and disposals as well as on the structuring of security packages. She is also experienced in dispute resolution issues and has successfully conducted litigation arising from highly complex real estate and commercial disputes.
Valentina is regularly cited in international legal directories, ‘client oriented’ (Chambers Global 2015, Russia, Corporate/M&A). Clients highlight her commercial mindset, saying: “She really tries to protect the client commercially - she can think as a businessperson” (Chambers Europe 2014, Russia, Real estate).
Valentina is a registered advocate of the Moscow Advocates Chamber and an Arbitrator at the Arbitration court at the Moscow Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
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