The Russian Antitrust Advisory law firm has announced that two new Partners, Igor Panshensky and Alexander Egorushkin have decided to join the Competition boutique. Both Partners come from Dechert's Moscow office.
Panshensky led the Dechert Antitrust/Competition practice in Moscow, and he has over 20 years of experience in the Russian market. He advises Russian and multinational industrial companies and financial institutions on a variety of competition and regulatory issues, including merger clearance, investigations and risk prevention, cartel and other proceedings, distribution and sales agreements, and general competition advice. He also claims extensive experience in the consumer products, energy, financial services, media and life sciences sectors.
Egorushkin was a member of Dechert's Competition and Corporate practices, and has previous experience with DLA Piper and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. He focuses his practice on M&A and foreign investment regulation in sectors including consumer products, finance, and the petrochemical industry. He also advises on the trade and competition aspects of anticompetitive agreements and concerted actions, tender proceedings and dominance issues.
Evgeny Khokhlov, Partner at Antitrust Advisory, commented: “We are delighted that such experienced and highly respected experts as Igor and Alexander have decided to join our firm from a Moscow office of an international law firm. This decision meets our firm’s growth strategy and reiterates our commitment to offer the highest quality services. With their knowledge and leadership, Igor and Alexander are an excellent fit for our team. I am happy to welcome them on board and look forward to continuing our firm’s gradual development with them."