Roman Vedernikov is an associate in the competition and antitrust practice at ALRUD. Roman advises on a wide range of antimonopoly and related issues. His relevant experience includes merger control clearance of global M&A/JV transactions including with conduction and presenting to the authority economic analysis for complex deals. Roman represents clients during national security clearance of transactions with the Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) and the Governmental Commission for Control over Foreign Investments.

Roman assists clients during cartel investigations, dawn raids, represents clients before the FAS and conducts antimonopoly compliance trainings for the clients’ employees. Roman’s experience also includes advising on competition rules of the Eurasian Economic Union. Roman has considerable experience and special focus on advising international retailers on different and difficult antimonopoly aspects of enforcement of Russian trade law. Roman represents the interests of the clients in the FAS on the associated issues.

Among his clients are companies from such industries as food retail, automotive, oil and gas, electrical energy, luxury goods, chemical, aviation and other industries.

Roman is a member of the International Bar Association, the Competition Support Association for the CIS countries and the Competition Experts Association.