Evgeny Parmut is a licensed Attorney in Russia, Member of the Moscow Bar of Lawyers and he has over 23 years of legal experience, primarily in the areas of corporate and commercial Law and Private International Law. He started his legal career as an in-house lawyer in a largest Russia’s international oil company – “Soyznefteexport”. Since 2001, he is practicing Russian Law in private practice. As a licensed Attorney, he took part in many legal proceedings in Russia and abroad. He represented clients in international arbitrations in London, Stockholm and Moscow. Throughout his career, he collaborated with well-known International Law firms. Mr. Parmut is also a Member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and the owner of Parmut Legal Services Professional Corporation (Ontario, Canada).
2015-2106 University of Toronto, faculty of Law, – GP LLM degree;
2009-2010 -Algonquin Career Academy (Canada), Paralegal Diploma;
1989-1994 Moscow state institute of international relations by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs – degree of Law (with honors, equivalent of LLB and LLM);
Participation in the international conferences: OSCE, under human rights of the United Nations, on it is international legal problematic, etc.
Since 1994 passed various qualification programs in law and economics (Litigation, Labor, Private Pension law, Method of economic evaluation of Pension Risks e.t.c.)
Areas of Practice:
Legal practice in Russia and internationally- since 1994;
Legal services practice in Canada – since 2010 (representing clients in Small claims court and tribunals);
Gaming and Gambling Law -( legal aspects of operations of inland and online casinos including legal aspects of purchasing and operating of gaming software, legal aspects of procurement of;
Gambling equipment (including soft, intellectual property and copyrights), specific to the industry contract and procurement work;
Corporate law -(including questions of bankruptcy, re-structuring of the enterprises, regulations of activity of companies, the order of decision-making, carrying out of meetings of shareholders);
Human rights law- (disabled persons protection, HIV persons human rights protection);
Contracts – a full spectrum of conducting contract work at the enterprise (contracts, the international contracts);
Court and arbitration – conducting a various spectrum of affairs in courts of the general jurisdiction and arbitration courts of all instances, including the High Arbitration court and the international arbitration institutes (London, Stockholm);
Intellectual property – questions of trade marks, preparation of license agreements on trade marks;
Protection of the rights of consumers – successful collecting of fines and penalties from unfair manufacturers of the goods and services;
Copyright law and entertainment legal issues.