The company entered Group 3 in “Tax Consulting” and “Labor and Migration Law” categories, and was also recommended in “Corporate Law/M&A” category.

The Rating is the largest study of the legal market in Russia. For 10 years, it has served as a reference point for courts and customers, with the help of which they can assess legal consultants’ level and professionalism.

This year, SCHNEIDER GROUP tax and labor practice legal specialists took part in the ranking for the first time and were included in Group 3. SCHNEIDER GROUP was also noted in “Recommended Firms” the nomination “Corporate Law/M&A”.

SCHNEIDER GROUP supports international companies which enter the market of Russia and other countries of the post-Soviet space and Eastern Europe, and also helps them to effectively build work in new jurisdictions. Tax and legal practice has existed in the company since 2008. Among the company’s clients are Krewel Meuselbach, Medice, Russian eSports Federation and many others. SCHNEIDER GROUP lawyers specialize in corporate and commercial law, mergers and acquisitions, compliance issues, project support in the field of construction and real estate, labor and migration law, they advise on tax law and provide support in dispute resolutions.

In total, the company has more than 30 expert lawyers, and the cumulative work experience of the two Partners heading the practice is more than 45 years.

“Inclusion in the Rating is the second recognition of SCHNEIDER GROUP lawyers’ professional expertise this year,” comments Philip Gudgeon, the company’s CEO. “Earlier, 6 company’s lawyers were awarded as Best Lawyers in Russia in such categories as mergers and acquisitions, real estate, commercial law, labor and migration law. In 2020, our legal and tax practice showed excellent results and received a powerful additional impetus for further development. We are planning to actively develop the area of legal and tax consulting in the future: so, thanks to the upcoming Natalia Wilke’s joining the team, we will expand our presence in St. Petersburg and the North-West region.”