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ALRUD Law Firm

Margarita Egiazarova, Ph. D.

Margarita Egiazarova, Ph. D.

Senior Associate

Expertise

  • Dispute Resolution
  • Labour and Employment
  • White-Collar Crime, Compliance and Internal Investigations

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Employment and Labor Group
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Profile
Margarita Egiazarova advises Russian and foreign clients on various issues of employment and migration legislation. She has been practicing labour and employment law representing exclusively employers for more than 7 years. Margarita offers a broad range of services to the clients ranging from preventive advice and general consultations to complex litigation when a mutually agreeable settlement cannot be reached. She supports clients with conflict and mass layoffs, restructuring, reduction of personnel, liquidation of companies and the transfer of employees. Margarita accompanies clients in negotiations with employees; conducts HR and migration audits. She has extensive experience in the development and localization of global policies, structuring of employment, including cross-border cases.


Education

Margarita graduated with honors from Moscow State Institute of International Relations, specializing in International Private Law and Oil and Gas Sector Regulatory Management. In 2018 Margarita gained her PhD in Law degree focusing on cross-border employment relations. Fluently speaks English and German.
Areas of Practice

Dispute Resolution | Labour and Employment | White-Collar Crime, Compliance and Internal Investigations

Articles

Switching to E-commerce: Legal Checklist
ALRUD Law Firm, May 2020

The global spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus infection has led to significant changes in the Russian retail trade. This pandemic has forced millions of people to stay at home, avoid public places and, of course, buy less. To adapt to the new features of consumer behaviour, retailers need to promptly respond, adapt, or dramatically change their business processes and strategies...

COVID-19: New Limitations and Digital Pass System in Moscow and Moscow Region
ALRUD Law Firm, April 2020

In accordance with Decrees of the Moscow Mayor No. 42-UM dated April 10th, 2020 and No. 43-UM dated April 11th, 2020, visiting of most organizations is temporarily suspended and pass control is introduced, within the territory of Moscow.Resolutions of the Moscow Region Governor No. 176-PG dated April 10th, 2020 and No. 177-PG dated April 11th, 2020 introduced similar measures within Moscow Region...

COVID-19: What Should Employers Take into Account During the Non-Working Week and General Self-Isolation Regime?
ALRUD Law Firm, March 2020

The Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation published, on its website, Recommendations (and Additions to them) for employees and employers, in connection with the decree of the President of the Russian Federation of 25.03.2020 No. 206 “On declaring non-working days in the Russian Federation”...

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