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How To Protect Your Co. From Russian Retaliatory Measures

August 5, 2014, Law360

Marney Cheek, Jonathan Gimblett and David Pinsky have authored this article on Russia's threats to retaliate against U.S. and European companies in response to new sanctions imposed by the United States and the European Union:

"Russian lawmakers’ recent threats to retaliate against U.S. and European companies in response to new sanctions imposed by the United States and the European Union are a reminder that investments in Russia are subject to meaningful political risk. Companies would thus be wise to consider now how they can mitigate the exposure to their investments in Russia. What can these companies do? The answer is to consider both how their investments are structured and how any agreements governing their investments address dispute resolution. These considerations are critical to ensuring that companies invested in Russia have remedies available if they find themselves in a dispute with Russian authorities."

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