With offices in Moscow and St. Petersburg, Pen & Paper is perhaps the only national law firm which successfully combines expertise in corporate conflicts, criminal law and white-collar crime with specialisation in dispute resolution, corporate law and M&A, insolvency, real estate, construction, investment, anti-monopoly legislation and international private law – areas in which it has had almost 15 years of experience.
The firm offers the highest level of professional knowledge and experience and provides legal assistance to Russian and international companies and private individuals who already operate in the Russian market or who are just starting operations in Russia.
Anton S. Imennov
Anton S. Imennov is Head of International Practice and Private Client Services. He represents the interests of major Russian and foreign clients in Russian arbitration (commercial) courts, international arbitration proceedings and foreign state courts.
Anton’s core areas of expertise are international law, the resolution of legal disputes and corporate law. He has particular expertise in representing clients in criminal cases with a cross-border component, specifically extradition cases. He also oversees issues pertaining to the strategic development of the Moscow office: the global development of practices, team building and issues of mutual relations with clients.
Konstantin is responsible for the strategic management of our firm. He deals with the strategies and ideologies of long-term operational development at the firm and manages the largest and most complex projects of Pen & Paper. He specialises in criminal and criminal-procedural law, constitutional law and the protection of property. He represented the Arkhangelsk Region for four years as a member of the Federation Council of the Russian Federal Assembly (senator) and Deputy Chair of the Federation Council Committee for Constitutional Legislation and State Construction, and was the plenipotentiary representative of the Federation Council at the Russian Justice Ministry.Through his active work in the upper chamber of the Russian Parliament he has become an acknowledged legislative expert among the legal community and has been responsible for over 70 legislative initiatives, most of which have since become federal laws.