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ACT

Ashgabat, Turkmenistan
www.act.tm

"No one is perfect, a team can be!"

Aequitas

Almaty, Astana and Atyrau, Kazakhstan
www.aequitas.kz

"This firm is always reliable - it gives consistently good advice and maintains a high quality of work"

Chambers Global

Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners

Moscow, St. Petersburg, Russia
www.epam.ru

"The best choice for solving multilevel issues with a marked Russian character"

Chambers Global

Ameria

Yerevan, Armenia
www.ameria.am

"First on the list for local work with an international dimension"

Chambers Global

FINA LLP

Baku, Azerbaijan
www.fina.az

"Recommended by Best Lawyers and Who's Who Legal"

Kalikova & Associates

Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
www.k-a.kg

"The leader in the market and the first choice from the international companies and law firms that do not have a local presence"

Chambers Global

RULG - Ukrainian Legal Group

Kiev, Ukraine
www.rulg.com

"Three of RULG partners were selected in six areas of practice in the inaugural Ukrainian edition of Best Lawyers"

Vlasova Mikhel & Partners

Minsk, Belarus
www.vmp.by

"Full service firm that dominates the local legal market"

LEGAL 500 EMEA

Turcan Cazac

Chisinau, Moldova
www.turcanlaw.md

"The go-to firm in Moldova for cross-border work"

Chambers Global

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Publications

Comparative Summary of Anti-Corruption Laws, first edition
The CIS LCN, a professional network of nine CIS leading law firms, presents its first joint publication “Comparative Summary of Anti-Corruption Laws in the CIS Economic Region”. The book is intended for managers and lawyers of global companies operating in the CIS region and will become an invaluable guide in their day-to-day business. 

The publication analyses anticorruption regulations in countries such as Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Moldova, Russia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and a chapter for each country consists of 6 key sections such as:
  • Principal sources of law and regulation relating to anticorruption issues;
  • Persons subject to anticorruption regulations;
  • Legal restrictions imposed on government officials/public officers concerning anticorruption regulations;
  • Liability for the violation of anticorruption rules;
  • Relevant practices relating to anticorruption;
  • Recommendations to Companies’ Compliance Policies.