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Russin & Vecchi PC 
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Year Established: 1969

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Russin & Vecchi is an international law firm with eleven independent but affiliated offices. The firm was founded in 1969 in Bangkok, Saigon, Santo Domingo and Washington, DC to create an international practice serving the developing commercial environment of Asia and Latin America. Additional offices were added in New York and in Taipei, Taiwan. With the conversion from a centrally planned to a market economy in Russia, in 1991 the firm opened an office in Moscow, followed by additional offices in Vladivostok and Sakhalin.

The Russin & Vecchi offices practice independently and are not in a relationship for the joint practice of law. The services provided by Russin & Vecchi PC are not rendered on behalf of any other office of Russin & Vecchi. The use of the name "Russin & Vecchi" and words or phrases such as "firm," "law firm," or "international legal practice" is for convenience only and does not imply that all or any of such entities are in partnership together or accept responsibility for the acts or omissions of each other.

The Washington office of Russin & Vecchi provides assistance to all offices of the firm on questions of United States law, and offers initial guidance to United States clients seeking assistance in the foreign jurisdictions where firm offices are located. Jonathan Russin directs the office and, having managed the firm's offices in Russia and the Dominican Republic, he serves now as Senior Counsel to those offices.

Statement of Practice Summary:
Russian Law; Dominican Republic Law; Humanitarian and Non-Profit Organizations; Investment in Russia; Investment in the Dominican Republic; Distributor Protection Legislation; Corporate Law; Commercial Law; Oil and Gas Law; Production Sharing Agreements - PSAs; Registration and Accreditation of Foreign Legal Entities; Corporate Formation and Reorganization; Franchising; Foreign Investment; Mergers and Acquisitions; Shareholder Agreements; Bankruptcy; Arbitration; Litigation; Intellectual Property; International Trade; Admiralty and Maritime Law; Tax Law and Business Tax Planning; Currency Control; Unfair Competition; Anti-Trust; Transaction and Joint Venture Structuring; Assistance to Bidders in Sakhalin I and II Tenders; Russian Content Issues; Environmental and Natural Resource Law; Due Diligence; Work Permits and Visa Regulations; Employment Law; Lease and Other Real Estate Transactions; Licensing and Permitting by State Agencies; Foreign Corrupt Practices and Anti-Bribery Laws.