Ekaterina Erova

Ekaterina Erova

Associate
Moscow Branch of Baker & McKenzie CIS, Limited

Biography

Ekaterina Erova is an associate in the Moscow office of Baker McKenzie. She specializes in litigation and commercial arbitration, including disputes with consumers; commercial, insurance, insolvency disputes and disputes with state authorities.

Representative Legal Matters

  • Represented well-known manufacturers of vehicles, electronics, games, pharmaceutical companies and payment processing corporations in various consumer disputes across the country.
  • Represented pharmaceutical company in insurance disputes with an insurer with the amount in dispute exceeding USD 4.5 million.
  • Represented one of the major oil companies in a number of disputes with the amount exceeding USD 30 million.
  • Advised foreign reinsurance companies on a potential dispute regarding the largest power plant accident in Russia.
  • Represented foreign manufacturers of premium brand vehicles in disputes related to termination of dealership agreements.
  • Represented clients in proceedings for inclusion of their claims into the creditors' register, as well as in proceedings on current payments claims.
  • Represented clients at creditors' meetings.
  • Represented a group of metals companies in proceedings on recognition and enforcement of arbitral awards and recovery of related damages from a Russian company.
  • Represented one of the leading companies in the field of high-purity media technologies in an arbitration with the International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Russian Chamber of Commerce for recovery of debt for the performed works.
  • Represented a leading car manufacturing company in an arbitration with The International Court of Arbitration at the International Chamber of Commerce for the recovery of losses inflicted by the opposing party because of its undue performance of the contract.

Admissions

  • Russia (2007)

Education

  • Moscow State Law Academy (2007)

Languages

  • English
  • Russian

Co-author, "Russia: Consumer Rights Watchdog Cancels Routine Inspections," Baker McKenzie InsightPlus, 18 September 2020