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latest news

17 April 2018

Managing Partner - Vladimir Dolzhikov is included in the Who’s Who Legal list of the leading energy lawyers


15 March 2018

We are proud to announce that ACT has joined Nextlaw Global Referral Network, enabling it to connect its clients to high quality lawyers around the world


20 February 2018

ACT is proud to announce that it is celebrating its 20-year anniversary


Nextlaw Global Referral Network

On May 10, 2016-Dentons, the largest law firm in the world, announced the creation of a unique free information and reference network of law firms, which was named «Nextlaw Global Referral Network». It was created on the basis of a new technology platform that will allow law firms — participants to cooperate effectively, and clients to work with the best law firms in various fields of practice anywhere in the world. 

Today Nextlaw Global Referral Network is the largest legal network in the world. Nextlaw Global Referral Network is the client focused legal referral network. Nextlaw is free to join, open to all high-quality law firms regardless of size and does not grant geographic exclusivity to its members. This enables the network to connect clients of member firms to the best lawyers with the appropriate experience in the locations where clients need legal assistance. The network utilizes a proprietary technology platform to help member firms research, contact and rate the performance of network members in order to guarantee that clients receive the highest quality legal advice and business solutions.  


14 September 2016

ACT consulted EBRD, on submission of security loan to Turkmen company Gul Zaman

ACT consulted EBRD, on submission of security loan to Turkmen company, which funds will help Gul Zaman purchase the necessary equipment for expansion such as modern energy-efficient ovens and delivery vehicles, and also to open a new café and showroom in a central area of the country’s capital Ashgabat. 
To find out more about this project please use the following link.