Yaroslav graduated with honors from the faculty of law of the Russian State University of Oil and Gas named after M. Gubkin.
Yaroslav is fluent in English.
Yaroslav specializes in dispute resolution in the field of IT technologies and intellectual property law, international private law, real estate and construction, leasing, energy, land relations, corporate law, and bankruptcy. He has considerable experience in representing clients in tough disputes involving complex technical expertise and the application of foreign law.
Successful defense of the international processing company in a series of disputes on the protection of intellectual rights to the software and hardware complex that ensures the operability of the network for servicing non-cash payments when selling petroleum products at gas stations. Due to the comprehensive support of complex forensic computer-technical expertise, the court adopted a precedent-setting decision for the Russian jurisdiction, thus confirming the legal status of the ban on reverse engineering and decompilation of the software code of the cloud online platform for non-cash services with the application of sanctions for such actions, as well as for the removal of software belonging to the company.
Successful defense of the interests of a large construction company in a dispute against a subsidiary of "RusHydro" PAO in the amount of 2.5 billion rubles. Excellent knowledge of the urban planning legislation, as well as a comprehensive approach to protecting the client's interests, allowed us to prevent the customer from illegally receiving payments under bank guarantees, as well as to prove the proper performance of obligations by the contractor during the construction of the heating main. In result, we managed to protect the client's interests from collecting a penalty in the amount of 2.5 billion rubles and from writing off funds under bank guarantees in the amount of 500 million rubles.
Successful challenge of the Rosstandart decree to protect the interests of a US manufacturer of medical equipment from illegal claims of the state agency. In this dispute, we were able to prove to the court the fact that the medical equipment of the client can't be used as means of measurement, thus preventing significant financial losses and limited supplies of medical products to consumers.
Representing the interests of the leading IT company in Belarus, in a corporate dispute with Russian companies over the validity of a cross-border transaction involving the alienation of shares. The dispute involves the need to apply foreign law to the legal relations of the parties and is related to determining the right holder of a set of software tools developed by the client.