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Moscow, Russia, 2008/06/02 - Marks & Sokolov international law firm sponsors the Adam Smith Conference's 6th Annual Russian Real Estate Summit, featuring a keynote address by Donald Trump, Jr.
Marks & Sokolov international law firm, which handles issues ranging from real estate, complex litigation, corporate governance and immigration in the United States, Russia and Ukraine, is sponsoring the Adam Smith Conference's 6th Annual Russian Real Estate Summit at the Marriot Grand Hotel in Moscow June 2 to 5.
Presented as, "The most prestigious and influential real estate conference in Russia," the summit teaches strategies for success in the largest real estate market in Europe.
Bruce Marks and Sergei Sokolov, the managing directors of the Marks & Sokolov international law firm, are honored to be sponsoring this prestigious event, at which Mr. Sokolov will be delivering a prominent presentation in the Russian Legislative Reforms Session on legal aspects optimization to effectively structure, arrange and manage deals in the real estate and construction market in Russia. ”We are pleased to take a leading role in this conference in Russia, where we have closed over $1 billion in transactions over the past two years. The Russian real estate market is booming and this conference is a must for investors and developers interested in participating in its unprecedented growth.”
The Adam Smith Conference's 6th Annual Russian Real Estate Summit features a keynote address by Donald Trump, Jr., as well as presentations by some of the top CEOs of Russian and Western real estate firms.
To register for the conference, use link below - To learn more about the Marks & Sokolov international law firm, which has offices in Moscow, Russia, and Kyiv, Ukraine, visit the website.
About Marks & Sokolov International Law Firm
Marks & Sokolov (marks-sokolov.com) specializes in handling transactional matters for Western clients doing business in Russia and Ukraine and Russian/Ukrainian clients doing business internationally through its offices in Philadelphia, Moscow, and Kyiv. In addition, the office also has a broad U.S. based commercial practice advising individuals, industries, and businesses on commercial litigation and corporate matters through the world.