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Vladimir Talanov is a counsel of international arbitration and litigation and international trade practices at Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev and Partners. He represents clients in international arbitration and litigation and specialises in complex cross-border disputes, as well as advises on international trade law, foreign investment and issues related to the work of the World Trade Organization and the Eurasian Economic Union. He has extensive experience of representing clients in arbitration proceedings under ICC, LCIA, UNCITRAL and SCC rules, as well as coordinating litigation in the courts of Russia, the USA, EU countries, Turkey, India, Singapore, Serbia, England and Wales and others.
He is also a recognised expert in the field of international trade law and provides clients with support in structuring international investment projects, and advises on the implementation of measures aimed at reducing customs duties and obtaining various government support measures. Vladimir also has significant experience in the legal support of the automotive industry, both in terms of entering foreign markets, and in obtaining government support measures and structuring foreign investments.
Alongside his law practice, Vladimir teaches at the National Research University “Higher School of Economics” and St. Petersburg State University, where he lectures on public international law, international trade, cross-border dispute settlement and regional economic integration.
Vladimir graduated with honours from the Faculty of Law of St. Petersburg State University and received an additional master’s degree in International Law and Economics (magna cum laude) from the World Trade Institute, the University of Bern, Switzerland.
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