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Ekaterina Sidenko is Associate at BEITEN BURKHARDT's Moscow office and a member of the Real Estate practice group. Her area of activity comprises real estate and building law. Ekaterina Sidenko advises her national and international clients on drawing up legal opinions on various real estate issues and on the performance of comprehensive legal due diligences of real properties, especially of land to be used for the construction of commercial properties, and on the work in connection with contracts and courts. Ekaterina Sidenko has extensive experience in advising companies and individuals on any matters in the context of building development and lease of real properties, as well as on legal transactions regarding sale and purchase of real properties.
In 2010 Ekaterina Sidenko completed her studies at the Faculty of Economics and Law at the Moscow State Linguistic University in the specialisation "Lawyer with a fair knowledge of German and English". From 2009 to 2011 she studied the basics of translation at the Moscow State Linguistic University, obtaining the degree of a qualified translator in the field of professional communication on legal topics in 2011. From 2013 to 2015 Ekaterina Sidenko studied US-American Commercial Law at the autonomous non-profit institution "Pericle" and at Widener University, Delaware, and graduated with the academic degree of a Master of Laws (LL.M). Before joining BEITEN BURKHARDT Ekaterina Sidenko worked as a paralegal for Grischaew, Marljarenko and Partner, as a lawyer with Alimirzojew and Trofimow and also as a senior consultant for KPMG AG. She has been working with BEITEN BURKHARDT since 2017.
Publications / Lectures
BIM and contract law
Ekaterina Sidenko and Kamil Karibov
in: Real Estate Monitor, 4/2018, p. 28 et seq.;