Kamil Karibov is Partner and a member of the Real Estate practice group at BEITEN BURKHARDT’s Moscow office. His practice area comprises real estate, construction and public procurement law. Specifically, Mr. Karibov advises his national and international clients on acquiring land plots for construction purposes, structuring real property transactions, restructuring real estate portfolios, due diligence on real property, legal models for managing immovable property, law on brokerage services associated with real estate, contract law in construction, city planning and public construction law, procurement law (including placement of state orders), entering into and implementing agreements with state customers as well as non-judicial and judicial resolution of disputes in the field of construction.
Kamil Karibov studied law at Lomonosov Moscow State University. In 2001, Mr. Karibov defended his Ph.D. thesis there, earning a Ph.D. degree in law. Prior to joining BEITEN BURKHARDT, Mr. Karibov started his career at the State Committee for Antimonopoly Policy of the Russian Federation. Mr. Karibov later headed the legal department at the State enterprise for administration of real estate of the Russian Federation abroad under the Administrative Department of the President of the Russian Federation. He continued his career at the law firms Haarmann Hemmelrath & Partner and CMS Hasche Sigle. Kamil Karibov has been working with BEITEN BURKHARDT since 2008. In April 2021 Kamil was elected chairman of the Construction and Real Estate Committee of the Russian–German Chamber of Commerce.
Kamil Karibov is listed in Best Lawyers in the fields of Construction Law, Investment, Real Estate Law.
(Best Lawyers 2022)
"Real estate sector work is among BEITEN BURKHARDT’s areas of traditional focus, with the ‘client-oriented’ team increasingly acting for both lessors and lessees on lease-related issues. Brownfield and greenfield industrial projects, as well as real estate transactions, are also mainstays of the practice. Falk Tischendorf and Kamil Karibov jointly lead the department." (Real estate and construction)
(The Legal 500 EMEA 2021)
Kamil Karibov is recommended.
(The Legal 500 EMEA 2021)
Kamil Karibov is recommended in the fields of Land Law/ Commercial Real Estate Law/ Construction in Group II.
Kamil Karibov is listed in Best Lawyers in the fields Construction Law, Investment, Real Estate Law.
(Best Lawyers 2021)
"BEITEN BURKHARDT’s client roster encompasses a range of German and Austrian companies including manufacturers entering the local market or expanding their existing production facilities. On the construction side, the team specialises in greenfield and brownfield industrial projects, and various contract law issues arising from the construction industry. In the real estate space, the group leverages the expertise of other departments to handle property-related transactions. Practice co-heads Falk Tischendorf and Kamil Karibov lead the department, where associate Oleg Ljaljutski is also noted."
(The Legal 500 EMEA 2020)
"Kamil has been included in the Legal500 list of recommended lawyers in the field Real Estate and Construction. He is listed in Best Lawyers in the field Investment. Mr. Karibov is ranked in Who’s Who Legal in the field Public Procurement for the Russian Federation."
(Best Lawyers 2020 / The Legal 500 2019 / Who's Who Legal)
"BEITEN BURKHARDT's team, which is a popular choice for German clients, stands out for its ‘professionalism, effective communication and resilience in providing legal assistance’. The ‘very knowledgeable’ Falk Tischendorf, Bilgeis Mamedova and ‘reliable adviser’ Kamil Karibov are the practice heads in Moscow."
(The Legal 500 EMEA 2019)
- Member of the Expert Council of the Association of Public Private Partnership Participants "PPP Development Center", and an expert of the World Bank regarding optimization of administrative procedures in the real estate and construction sector.
Publications / Lectures
BIM and contract law, with Ekaterina Sidenko, Real Estate Monitor, 4/2018, p. 28 et seq.;
Granting of a Permit in the Construction Sector Redefined, with Oleg Ljaljutski, Impuls, 2/2017, p. 22 et seq.;
Priority Investment Projects of the City of Moscow, together with Oleg Ljaljutski, Russland aktuell, 44/2016, p.6;
Tendering procedures for contracts on the correct performance of construction works in the public sector, brochure "Government purchasing: development trends", May 2015, editor: IBLF Russia;
Implementation of a Regional Investment Project: Important Procedures and Public Support Measures, Investment Forum on Localisation of Production in Russia, 2013, p. 4 et seq.;
New Investment Strategies of Russian Regions, INVESTMENT FORUM on PRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT in Russia, p. 22 et seq.;
With and Without Entry, RUSSLANDaktuell, 44/2013, p. 8;
Russian public procurement law – Getting the Deal Through – Public Procurement 2010 and 2011;
Russian construction law – Getting the Deal Through – Construction 2010 and 2011.
State procurements at a time of crisis: clarifications for entrepreneurs, Online Seminar, 02 July 2020;
Lecture on “Procurements of goods, work and services under Federal Laws No. 44-FZ and No. 223-FZ” Business Breakfast, 5th July 2017 in Moscow;
Legal particularities of construction contracts in Russia – FRA Airport Business Talk/ Construction sector in Russia – A light at the end of the tunnel? 2010;
Successful organization of a manufacturing enterprise in Russia – Practical forum on „Russia“ in Frankfurt am Main, 2011;
Implementing projects for organizing industrial parks in Russia – Forum on „Industrial parks in Russia 2011“.