Ksenia Tyunik specializes in antimonopoly law and regulation of foreign investments. She has a long track record of advising leading Russian and foreign companies on a wide range of antimonopoly matters, including obtaining approval of the Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) for various transactions, analyzing compliance of documentation for joint ventures with antimonopoly legislation, studying various aspects of companies’ operations with a view to bringing them in line with antimonopoly legislation, assessing the procedures for purchasing goods by state companies, and natural monopolies from the viewpoint of their compliance with legislation, as well as representing clients before FAS, including, as part of legal investigations of antimonopoly law violations.
Ksenia is experienced in complex, multijurisdictional projects and, together with her colleagues from other White & Case offices, advices clients on Russian antimonopoly matters and the antimonopoly laws of foreign jurisdictions in connection with cross-border M&A deals and joint ventures.
In addition, she has considerable experience of advising leading foreign companies and international organizations on various aspects of the regulation of foreign investments in Russian companies, including those that engage in activities of strategic importance.
Ksenia is a member of the Competition Experts Association, where she is involved in preparing comments to the effective legislation and drafting legal regulations on various antimonopoly matters. Along with this, she is a regular participant in seminars and conferences devoted to antimonopoly law and the regulation of foreign investments.