Konstantin started his career in the public prosecution authorities, holding the post of senior investigator, then investigator of major crimes and prosecutor. He has been a litigator since 2004 and has been successfully defending clients before the law-enforcement authorities and courts of various levels for more than 14 years. His experience working for both the prosecution and the defense, together with an excellent background in theory and a scientific approach comprise the unique potential enabling him to achieve the best result defending principals.
Konstantin actively researches Russian and international criminal law, holds a candidate of legal sciences degree, is qualified as a tax adviser and is a member of the Moscow Bar Association. He has published more than 20 scholarly papers in leading legal publications on controversial questions of criminal proceedings.
Florian Schneider, Dentons’ Russia Managing Partner: “I congratulate Konstantin on this appointment. He has headed the Firm’s Russian White Collar Crime practice for almost a year and the practice is expanding rapidly under his leadership. His excellent understanding of how the Russian legal system works combined with an analytical scientific approach enables him to effectively and efficiently resolve the most complex and complicated legal situations.”