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Natalia Klimova is a dispute resolution lawyer based in Moscow.
Natalia represents clients before the Russian state commercial courts and courts of general jurisdiction. She is experienced in domestic and cross-border corporate disputes, mainly related to the ownership of shares and real estate, and in the disputes based on defamation.
Natalia obtained her diploma with honours from the Academic Law Institute and joined our legal practice in 2011. Natalia speaks Russian and English.
- Lawyer, qualified in Russia
- a Cyprus based company which holds shares in a number of solar projects in Japan and other countries, in ICC arbitration and related court proceedings in the Netherlands and Cyprus; the dispute arising out of shareholders agreements exceeded €50m
- a leading medical equipment manufacturer with respect to anti-trust investigation initiated by Investigative Committee of Russia in Samara region against company's top-managers and employees representing European leader in construction, as a claimant in the dispute vs. Russian center of new technologies and innovation for the recovery of unjust enrichment and damages; the case was heard by the State commercial court of the city of Moscow
- one of the largest Russian producers as a claimant in the litigation in Cyprus against its minority shareholders and their affiliated parties registered in various jurisdictions; the aim of this high-profile case is to defend the client from the attempts of hostile takeover
- leading Russian project management company in the ICC construction arbitration with value over US$75m against a Spanish general contractor; the place for arbitration was Geneva
- a well-known Russian company in the pre-court and court proceedings based on the defamatory content published in letters to official authorities, newspapers and YouTube; one of these cases was pending before the High Court of Ireland
- Russian joint-stock company in a dispute, where one of its minority shareholders challenged the securities issue and its state registration; as a result of this dispute the state registration of securities issue was recognised legal and valid.