Dmitry graduated in 2001 from the Omsk Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs with a degree in jurisprudence.
He has been admitted to the bar since 2005.
Dmitry Gorbunov specializes in representing client interests in the litigation of cases involving corporate conflicts, business disputes, hostile takeovers and the criminal defense of business.
He boasts a wealth of experience representing client interests at the commercial courts and courts of general jurisdiction at all levels and instances, as well as positive experience in the resolution of disputes with administrative bodies, including in cases involving administrative offences.
Defense of the client’s manager in a criminal case involving charges of the provision of substandard services resulting in the causing of serious harm to consumer health. Thanks to his deftly-crafted legal position and well-tailored defense strategy, Dmitry was able in the course of criminal proceedings to prove the innocence of the client’s employee and secure an acquittal that was subsequently upheld by the courts of all instances.
Leading global producer of hoisting equipment
Successful defense of the interests of the client’s general director in a criminal case involving the suspected embezzlement of a RUB 2.7 bln loan.
Russian mining-and-metallurgical company
Successful defense of an enterprise’s beneficiary in a criminal case involving charges of attempted commercial bribery in the amount of USD 300,000.
Major industrial holding
Protecting the interests of the client’s regional asset in Nizhny Novgorod in the course of a joint investigation conducted by the RF Federal Security Service (FSB) and RF Ministry of the Interior, in conjunction with officials from the local territorial division of Rostekhnadzor, prompted by suspicions of unlawful activity under the operation of elevated-hazard facilities. Dmitry’s provision of legal services made it possible to prove the absence of violations on the part of the client in the course of its business operations, as well as its observance of applicable regulations and the lack of grounds for the bringing of criminal charges.