Sochi Legal
20-21 September 2014, Sochi (Russia)

Testimonials

Photos from Sochi Legal 2014

Paul Marmor
Partner at Sherrards Solicitors LLP

Sochi Legal was brilliant. Where else could we go to one of the most high-profile, high-calibre and outstanding legal conferences in the Russian region and end up looking at bees in a bee park?! It was wonderful, and Sochi had a great feel about it. The panels were fascinating, and it was really interesting to hear people’s perspectives in some of the more serious ones concerning sanctions. I loved the delegates, and I am glad I took the decision to come along.

Mark Brown
Partner for Bristows LLP

A very interesting event with lively, interactive sessions and lots of corporate in-house and government lawyers.

Alexander Walsh
Partner at Enyo Law LLP
UK

Thanks for the conference you brought together. It was hugely appreciated both in terms of the people I was able to meet and the formal informative discussions. Thanks very much for arranging such a good collection of delegates and subjects for discussion at Sochi Legal.

Andrey Gorodissky
Andrey Gorodissky & Partners law firm
Russia

I liked the Sochi Legal forum very much. All sessions were dedicated to the consideration of burning and the most practically significant matters. Speeches delivered by its participants were straight-out, frank and highly professional. I'd like to thank my colleagues from law firms Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners and Yug for the perfect organization of the forum.

Anton Panchenkov
Head of Group at Goltsblat BLP
Russia

I’d like to note the high organizational level of the Forum, as well as the right choice of the format for discussions, where traditional questions to the speakers from the audience were replaced with quite animated and fascinating unofficial discussions on the most topical issues. The panel discussion ["Asia Focus: Investors’ Expectations, Investment Support and Their Protection"] was really interesting, since it provided a whole range of legal perspectives from the key Asian jurisdictions (Japan, Korea, China, Hong Kong), as well as from Russia’s and Kazakhstan’s consulting representatives. Moreover, Boris Titov, the Russian Presidential Commissioner for the Entrepreneurs’ Rights, who used to head the Russian of the Russian-Chinese Business Council for about 10 years, shared its most interesting experience, both from the business perspective and from the point of view of human relations.

Lev Bardin
Member to the Moscow Bar Association Council

Many thanks for the well-orchestrated conference! The forum was well organized and perfectly held. I liked the consistent and well-developed agenda, the skilled moderators and the well-prepared speakers.