Partner Roman Serb-Serbin has left Danilov & Partners to join what the firm only describes as "a major Russian investment company."
“I am grateful to Roman for his input in the development of the firm," said Danilov & Partners Managing Partner Andrei Danilov, in a press release on the firm website. "During the past year and a half he created a successful dispute resolution team to support our main area of practice – corporate and M&A. His new position as an in-house lawyer will open new opportunities for working together."
“I am glad that after my departure I leave a strong litigation team in the firm able to assist with corporate conflicts, bankruptcies and commercial disputes," commented Serb-Serbin in that same press release. "I am sure that my cooperation with Danilov & Partners will continue and my new role will kick start new interesting projects."
Serb-Serbin graduated from the Kutafin Moscow State Law University in 2006 and began working at Muranov, Chernyakov & Partners in the spring of 2007. Two years later he joined the Pepeliaev Group, where he stayed until September 2013, when he became a Partner at Schekin & Partners. In December 2016 he moved to Danilov & Partners.