Where to find a qualified lawyer for registration of IT companies in Russia?

Going for the franchise to run IT commercial project in Russia. All payments will only be accepted online. Thinking of how to make all. To register in Europe, and in Russia to bring only the InfoCenter. Or go entirely?

In General, we need a lawyer, which we could call, pay for a consultation, and who would answer our questions. The necessary expertise of investment projects.


Maybe you know any sites online consultations, or you have a strong lawyer and can recommend it?
October 8th 19 at 01:04
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October 8th 19 at 01:06
Solution
When working out a similar pattern we were looking for a non-lawyer, and economic, with experience in large consulting companies and foreign companies exporter. Found a familiar who has had experience in PwC and several export companies together for a couple of months developed the scheme with the opening of two legal entities in Russia and the United States, half ran in. IMHO, the lawyers will not help here
October 8th 19 at 01:08
It seems to me to give a competent answer to the lawyer in most cases it takes time (to dig in the databases, etc.). So consultation will be a minimum of 2. Or request — response. And how sensible lawyer will be is unknown.

Even if you have the opportunity to work through a company in Europe — I see no reason to meddle in Russian business reality.

Just decide what you will accept payments (credit card problem I think should not be, with the Russian electronic money harder). If e-money / SMS, etc. need already ask the aggregators, or the payment systems, whether they work with non-residents.
October 8th 19 at 01:10
You first decide who you will bring the money
one option is for corporate users (in Russia), the second — physical persons (in Russia),
third — individuals(worldwide) etc.

Then it will become clear where to register...
And what is better in the second case, Dmitry? - alanis_Monahan commented on October 8th 19 at 01:13
I would even said... individuals in the CIS. - alanis_Monahan commented on October 8th 19 at 01:16
October 8th 19 at 01:12
If You want sensible information, forget the online consultation, as well as about the telephone. Only personally. The exception is if You expect a clear answer Yes/no to a specific question.
I see no difference between videoconference on Skype with a respected lawyer and personal meeting. We in the United States many times solved the problems. - alanis_Monahan commented on October 8th 19 at 01:15
With the phone that I judge myself.For me always more important than the actual documents than the confusing stories of the clients.And about the correctness of design — describe the situation in detail, on habré there are a couple of lawyers) - alanis_Monahan commented on October 8th 19 at 01:18
October 8th 19 at 01:14
pozova.net/ru look on the site.

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