Pharma legal updates: EAEU & beyond

Online Event

28 May | 10:00 - 11:45 (GMT+3) | 9:00 - 10:45 (CEST) | online
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Language: English

About the event

Following recent welcome legal developments in the pharmaceutical sector across the Eurasian Economic Union and Caucasus countries such as Georgia, the pharmaceuticals and medical technology industries continue to demonstrate robust growth. This leads to a growing interest from international companies in these markets.

At our event, SCHNEIDER GROUP legal experts, alongside Dr. Edelgard Rehak, will provide comprehensive insights into the current legal landscape within the pharmaceutical industry, covering recent regulatory changes in the EAEU as well as emerging trends specific to selected countries.

Additionally, we will explore recent litigation practices in Russia, offering extra practical guidance.

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10:00 - 11:45 (GMT+3) | 9:00 - 10:45 (CEST)
Pharma legal updates: EAEU & beyond

  • Recent legal pharma developments in Russia, Belarus, Georgia

  • Medicinal products regulatory update in Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan

  • Recent litigation practice in Russia

About speakers

Ilya Gerasimov
Senior Associate, SCHNEIDER GROUP Moscow

Ilya joined SCHNEIDER GROUP in 2021 as a legal advisor. In 2022, he was promoted to senior counsel, providing legal support for the commercial activities of SCHNEIDER GROUP clients in Russia. He is a competent and qualified professional with more than 8 years of experience.

His fields of specializations are legal preparation, structuring and negotiation of civil law contracts of various types, negotiation, claims work and risk assessment, as well as in the regulation of issues related to intellectual property. Companies from various economic sectors such as manufacturing, financial and pharmaceutical companies trust Ilya to represent their interests.

Liubov Yunusmetova
Senior Associate, Belarus

Liubov joined the company’s Minsk office in 2022. She advises SCHNEIDER GROUP customers in the field of legal compliance, as well as on issues of corporate,commercial, land,labor, migration law. 

Prior to joining SCHNEIDER GROUP, Liubov worked in international companies, where she was responsible for operational management, as well as for full legal support of financial and economic activities. She has over 20 years of professional experience.  

Graduated from the Moscow State Technological Academy with a degree in Law.  

Liubov speaks Russian and English. 

Yadviga Pavlovich
Attorney-at-Law, Moscow

Yadviga joined SCHNEIDER GROUP in 2020. 

She is responsible for litigation services. Yadviga is an advocate, member of the Moscow City Bar since 2013. In 1994-2005, she worked as an in-house lawyer in major Russian banks and oil and gas companies. Since 2005, she worked in Moscow offices of US and European law firms, specialising in representing clients’ interests in Russian commercial courts and courts of general jurisdiction. 

She has also experience in representing clients in international commercial arbitration and in cases of recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards in Russia. Yadviga also represented clients in corporate disputes, for example, in the dispute between big telecommunication services providers from Europe and Russia, as well as in disputes arising from agreements on construction, goods supply (including international supplies) and logistics, in tax disputes, bankruptcy cases, labour disputes, disputes arising from provision of banking services for private clients, etc. 

Anuki Okromchedlishvili
Head of Office, SCHNEIDER GROUP Georgia
 Anuki Okromchedlishvili became Head of the Tbilisi office in January 2023. She is responsible for the development of services provided by the local office, including accounting outsourcing, financial, tax and legal consulting, compliance,  interim management and business setup.

Prior to joining SCHNEIDER GROUP, Anuki Okromchedlishvili held the position of Senior Accountant at PwC, where she was in charge of accounting, tax compliance and managerial reporting. She worked as Senior Associate for almost 6 years at EY, where she was engaged in accounting and tax consulting as well as identified new opportunities to leverage client relationships across service lines. She has gained diverse experience in advising clients from local and world’s biggest multinational companies on accounting, taxation and finance.
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