Vladimir Polach’s primary practice focus is domestic and international dispute resolution, including litigation, commercial arbitration and investor-state arbitration. Vladimir’s experience involves a number of significant domestic and international cases dealing with complex legal and factual issues, such as damage cases, squeeze-out disputes or regulatory matters in various industry areas, including the energy, petrochemical, telecommunications and real estate sectors.
Vladimir has advised and represented clients in a number of commercial litigation and arbitration cases involving claims for breaches of contracts, warranty claims and post-acquisition claims of substantial value. Vladimir has also advised and represented clients in many court proceedings concerning administrative disputes, contractual disputes, shareholders’ disputes and director’s liability.
Vladimir has further advised clients in various dispute-related processes, including pre-court action and pre-arbitration notices and communication with governmental authorities, regulators or international institutions.
Vladimir has cooperated with domestic and international regulatory and business experts regarding valuation of claims under, for example, discounted cash flow models.
In addition, Vladimir has assisted clients in various administrative and criminal investigations and proceedings, including by pursuing claims for damages and advising on criminal defence of corporations and their employees.
White Collar and Criminal Investigations