CIS LONDON & PARTNERS LLP provides pro bono legal advice to the Russian Trade Delegation in the UK.

CIS LONDON & PARTNERS LLP provides pro bono legal advice to the Russian Trade Delegation in the UK.

CIS LONDON & PARTNERS LLP provides pro bono legal advice to the Russian Trade Delegation in the UK. CIS LONDON & PARTNERS LLP is headquartered in London advising corporate and private clients on all key aspects of Russian law. The team of Russian lawyers specialises in M&A deals, joint ventures… Continue reading

List of agricultural and food products prohibited for importation into Russia

On August 7, 2014 the Russian Government issued its Resolution in execution of Russian President’s Decree No. 560 of August 6, 2014, establishing the list of agricultural and food products prohibited for importation into Russia, if the jurisdiction of origin of which is the EU, US, Canada, Australia or Norway… Continue reading

Verifying the business standing of the Russian Companies

For the purpose of verifying a business standing of a possible Russian business partner the foreign companies may use the following free and affordable sources of the information (predominantly in Russian). The database of  all legal entities and individual businessmen registered at the territory of the Russian Federation and included… Continue reading

Advice on the Rostekhnadzor certification for selling our products in to Russia.

Q: I am looking for some advice on the Rostekhnadzor certification for selling our products in to Russia. We manufacture Diesel & Natural Gas generating sets for power needs. Do we need to obtain the certificate or is the end user in Russia who needs approval? From my understanding, it… Continue reading

Import (export, transit) of domestic animals in Russia

Import of domestic animals requirements in Russia are determined by the “Common Veterinary (Veterinary-sanitary) Requirements for goods subject to veterinary control (supervision)”, approved by the Customs Union Commission decision on June 18, 2010 (N 317). According to Chapter 15 of the Common Veterinary Requirements, the importation is permitted for clinically… Continue reading