Moscow Arbitration Court


Viktor Zolotov will pay Igor Sechin two prices for gasoline


Rosguard spends billions of dollars with the approval of the government and the court.

Alexey Navalny choked with "Friendship of Peoples"


The Crimean Meat Processing Plant "Friendship of Peoples" demanded to refute the investigation of the purchase of products by Rosgvardia at inflated prices. The court ordered the Anti-Corruption Foundation to remove the scandalous investigation.

Dmitry Ananiev sunbathes in Cyprus as an aborigine


Former co-owner of Promsvyazbank Dmitry Ananyev is a resident of Cyprus and resides in Limassol, his representative said in court. Previously, the move of the ex-banker to Cyprus after the start of the rehabilitation of the PSB was reported unofficially.

Andrei Kalmykov will drag grandchildren to the court


Loukoster Pobeda filed a lawsuit against the border guards at Vnukovo Airport because of flight delays.

Boris Mintz's bonds have become an unpleasant “discovery” for investigators


Before reorganization, the bank’s management replaced real estate secured loans with non-marketable bonds of the O1 Group Boris Mints structures.

Evgeny Giner beat off lawsuit "Rosgossrah" on 150 billion rubles


The insurance company lost the lawsuit Capital Life.

Indian drug manufacturer got 200 million sick in Russia


The Tax Service of India has helped the Federal Tax Service to add taxes to the supplier.

Rosgosstrakh could not shake off 1.6 billion rubles from Yevgeny Giner


The insurer wanted to challenge the transactions concluded under the former co-owner of Rosgosstrakh Danil Khachaturov.

"Promsvyazkapital" was declared bankrupt


The company of banker Dmitry Ananyev remained due to creditors over 20 billion rubles.

ASV is looking for a dead donkey ears in a bankrupt Probusinessbank


The agency demanded to prosecute nine top managers of Probusinessbank, which lost its license in 2015, and recover from them 70 billion rubles. Some of the bankers managed to take refuge in the United States.

Lebedev Studio lost the claim to the "First Channel" for 1 million rubles


Lebedev Studio lost the claim to the "First Channel" for 1 million rubles. She demanded compensation of 1 million rubles for using her font in the announcement of the concert on the Day of the Airborne Forces. The court found that there was no complete coincidence.

"Status" of Vasily Anisimov changed to bankruptcy


The distributor of vodka "Good Bear" is leaving the market.

A feigned deal: Forbes found out the details of Siemens's claim for Crimean turbines


The German concern believes that Tekhnopromexport has misled vendors, and demands to recognize the deal on the delivery of all four gas turbine plants as invalid and return them.

DIA sold Sergey Pugachev's mansion in England


The manor of the founder of Mezhprombank, Lower Venn Farm XVIII, was sold for 1.6 million pounds.

Oil sticks to the hands


Transneft wants to continue to enrich itself at the expense of others.

Transneft defended its right to live according to the charter


Ilya Scherbovich's UCP lost a court action.

Nikolay Tokarev's dangerous games


Property interests of Rosneft have led to filing a claim to arbitration. What is Transneft guilty of?

Snoras on the Moscow "Platform"


The Russian real estate drifts away from the Lithuanian bank.   

Maria Roslyak to pay 6 billion rubles for fraud


The daughter of the Moscow vice-mayor and the auditor of the Accounting Chamber Yuri Roslyak will pay for the criminal schemes of the Moscow Lights bank.

Russian court didn't help banker Vladimir Antonov


It turned out that the Russian Federation has actually never adopted the "tit for tat" principle. 

Rosneft demanded compensation of 3 billion rubles from RBC


Rosneft suddenly reviewed its demands from RBC. The company, which had previously sought only to retract one of the articles, on Thursday demanded to enforce more than 3 billion rubles as a compensation of reputation losses, which is the record sum for the Russian media. 

Lenders beset Igor Mavlyanov's Yashma-Zoloto from all sides


Promsvyazbank and Sberbank are going to get up to 9.7 billion rubles from Igor Mavlyanov and Robert Martirosyan.

Ex-owner of Snoras, Vladimir Antonov, demands 40 billion rubles from Lithuania


He's possibly trying to fend off extradition that way. 

UCP Foundation reproached managers of Transneft for the loss of "astronomical sums"


A shareholder of Transneft, UCP Foundation, through the court requested from the company the documents about its operations in the financial market during the devaluation of the ruble. The losses of Transneft from these transactions was 75.3 billion rubles in 2014 alone.

Sberbank has decided to bankrupt a billionaire from the Forbes list


Sberbank demanded to recognize the bankrupcy of owner of SU-155 construction company, Mikhail Balakin, who has the 50th place in the list of richest Russians. Businessman gave personal guarantees on loans of his companies.

Rosneft has been sued because of the debt for the lease of office in Moscow


The owner of Nordstar Tower, almost half of which is rented by Rosneft, is suing the oil company because of the debt amounting to 620.7 million rubles. Perhaps, the dollar rental rents set up before the crises don't seem fair for the state-owned company anymore. 

Telman Ismailov's sons will pay for their father


Bank of Moscow has got the right to collect the debt from the businesman's family's company.

Defense industry with a blocked account: what is the dispute between Alfa-Bank and the creator of Armata about


Alfa-Bank arrested RUB 523.5 million on Uralvagonzavod accounts. General Director of Uralvagonzavod Oleg Siyenko in an interview to RBC called the bank's actions "a blackmail".