- Litigation and arbitration procedures
- Anti-trust law
- Criminal law
- Cooperation with regulatory and supervisory bodies
Konstantin specializes in economic issues in criminal practice.
He has vast experience in working in investigative authorities in the past, where he investigated complex high-profile economic crimes.
His main working principle is “work should be done conscientiously, to a high quality and efficiently”.
Convinced that very thorough analysis a client’s position guarantees a large scope of ways in which to ensure his protection.
He specializes in defending clients in criminal proceedings associated with economics, pubic security, public order and crimes against state bodies. He has vast experience in representing the interests of victims in criminal cases. He carries out complex business support and corporate disputes, as well as forensic research.
He was born in 1975 in Moscow. In 1999, he graduated from the investigative faculty of the Moscow Legal Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, with a degree in the “Investigation of economic crimes”.
From 1999 to 2009, he worked as an investigator in especially important case in the Main Investigative Department of the Central Internal Affairs Department of Moscow.
In 2002, he graduated from the “Securities Market Program” at Moscow State University and the Federal Commission for the Securities Market.
In 2007, he graduated from the economics department of the Russian State Social University with a degree in “Finance and credit”.
Between 2010 and 2012, he undertook further training at the “All-Russian Scientific Research Institute” in “Criminal process, forensics; operative investigative work”
In 2012, he completed his studies at the Higher Courses for Further Training of Lawyers of the Russian Federation.
He has been published and awarded many different honours, including receiving the title of “Best investigator”. Presently, he is retired.