Dmitry Dmitriev counsels clients on hiring and terminating employees, secondment arrangements, and personnel mobility issues. His diverse practice also involves structuring employment relations with top management and advising on employment disputes. Additionally, Dmitry advises companies and individuals on matters that involve Russian corporate law and real estate transactions.
Before joining Morgan Lewis, Dmitry was an associate at another international law firm, where he worked on employment, pensions, and corporate benefits matters. He is a native Russian speaker and is fluent in English and has a working knowledge of the German language.
Advising a Japanese electric power corporation on adapting its vacation policy to Russian and international labor law.
Providing legal support to the world’s largest snack food and pet food producer on labor disputes with former employees and on day-to-day advice on employment issues.
Advising a global bank on issues related to its global severance pay policy, including its applicability to the Russian labor law framework, and on a compensation dispute with an employee.
Providing legal support to the leading US charity foundation in a complex employment dispute with an employee.
Advising a Turkish project management and architectural company in a labor conflict with its general director.
Advising a Finnish logistics services provider on the feasibility of an exchange of undertakings scheme under Russian labor law.
Moscow State Linguistic University, Russia, 2012, Law Diploma (International Law)
Eligible in the Russian Federation
Awards and Affiliations
Member, Practice Group of the Year, Employment, Law360 (2017)