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DLA Piper Advises FiveTen Group on Sale of Recruitment Brand in Russia

DLA Piper Advises FiveTen Group on Sale of Recruitment Brand in Russia

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DLA Piper has advised the FiveTen Group on its sale of Antal Russia, one of the largest recruitment companies in Russia and other CIS countries, back to the Antal International Group.

Antal Russia, which was founded in 1994 as part of the Antal International Group, was sold in 1998 to FiveTen Group.

DLA Piper's Moscow-based team was led by Corporate Partner Steffen Kaufmann and included Tax Partner Elena Mikhailovskaia, Corporate Senior Associate Mukhamed Evloev, and Corporate Associate Alexander Mysov.

Russian Knowledge Partner

Founded in 1993, Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners is the leading full-service law firm in the CIS with offices in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus and associated offices in the UK, the USA and Cyprus.

We handle some of the largest and most complex and demanding transactions. We advise our clients in many areas of law, including: dispute resolution in Russia and abroad, International Arbitration and Litigation, M&A and Corporate, antitrust issues, criminal law, intellectual property, restructurings and insolvencies, international trade and customs, tax, real estate and construction, banking and finance, energy and natural resources, environmental and technical regulation, marine and transport law, pharmaceuticals and healthcare and others.

We combine high academic qualifications, internationally acknowledged moral and ethical values, senior partners' professional experience and practical abilities with the vigour and knowledge of younger attorneys, providing clients with reliable, first-class service according to both Russian and western standards through a flexible structure.

All News about, and Legal Analysis by, Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners can be found here.

Firm's website: www.epam.ru

 

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