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Top 10 Legal Developments in Russian M&A in 2018
31 January 2019
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This Debevoise in Depth outlines the most significant developments in Russian legal regulation and court practice in M&A and corporate legislation in 2018.
The most notable legislative changes relate to foreign investments in strategic companies, new discretionary authorities of the Russian President, redomiciliation of foreign companies in Russia, corporate governance and inside information.
The Russian Supreme Court’s practice that is most significant for M&A deals relates to major transactions and interested party transactions, representations and warranties, liability for the failure to make a mandatory tender offer and foreign arbitration clauses.
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