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Nikolay Mizulin

Nikolay Mizulin

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Nikolay Mizulin leads the Brussels’ members of the Mayer Brown Government Relations & Public Law and International Trade groups. He advises clients on all aspects of international and EU trade law, with particular emphasis on trade remedies, WTO Dispute Settlement, customs and sanctions. He is also active in representing clients in Russia and CIS countries with respect to trade defence investigations, market access problems and government trade policy issues.

Nikolay has represented corporations and governments in anti-dumping, safeguard, and anti-subsidy cases before EU institutions as well as before the investigating authorities of Brazil, China, Russia, Ukraine, the US, and other countries. His experience covers all stages of the proceedings, from preparing questionnaire responses to challenging measures before the courts. Nikolay has been involved in several high-profile WTO disputes, providing assistance to governments as well as private sector.

In his regulatory practice, Nikolay regularly advises private companies in matters relating to the application of sanctions by the EU and US. He assists clients in complying with customs regulations and advises on trade impact of EU measures concerning energy, chemical substances and climate change.

Nikolay is a Deputy Editor-in-Chief and one of the founders of “WTO Law”, the first Russian-language publication on WTO law; he is a member of a jury at the WTO Moot Court organized by the European Law Students‘ Association (ELSA) as well as by the Russian Foreign Trade Academy of the Ministry for Economic Development of Russia. Nikolay is a guest lecturer on WTO Law and Economics at the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA).

In addition to his native Russian, Nikolay speaks fluent English and Spanish.
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