Business and Tax Law Firm in Moscow, Russia
Law Firm OverviewAvakov Tarasov & Partners (ATpLaw) is a medium-sized law firm based in Moscow, Russia. It offers a wide range of services in the major fields of Russian legislation, including corporate law, contract law, real estate and land law, labor law, intellectual property, competition law, tax law and services, litigation, and arbitration. The firm also offers accounting and human resource (HR) administration services such as bookkeeping, payroll, accounting and reporting, audits, labor contracts, compliance documentation, and maintenance of labor books.
Since 1994, the firm has been providing legal advice and tax services of various complexities to companies of all sizes, from owner-managed firms to publicly held corporations as well as non-profit organizations and private individuals.
The ATpLaw team brings more than 20 years of experience, an individual approach, and cost efficiency with a special focus on the support of foreign businesses and acting as a one-stop service provider in legal support, tax consulting, and accounting services.
Languages: English, Russian, German
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Land Law; Migration Law; Incorporation Services; Accounting Services; Business Consulting; Bookkeeping; Payroll Services; Administration.
Mr. Suren Avakov
Corporate Law, Intellectual Property, Real Estate, Transportation
Mr. Dmitry Tarasov
- New York Bar Association
- American Immigration Lawyers Association
- German Association of Chambers of Commerce & Industry
More Information on Avakov Tarasov & PartnersTax Practice
Real Estate & Land Law
Employment & Labor Law
Articles Published by Avakov Tarasov & Partners
Foreign companies, which establish their offices in Russia, usually choose limited liability companies or non-public joint stock companies to organize their business because these are the most suitable forms for small and medium enterprises under Russian law.Read Article
Russian corporate law provides several options for foreign investors planning to enter the Russian market. Depending on the general purposes of business, a foreign investor can: (a) open a representative office of a foreign company (hereinafter – “RO”); (b) open a branch of a foreign company; (c) act through a Russian legal entity (limited liability companies, and joint-stock companies are most commonly-used for these purposes).Read Article