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Ludmila Kucherova

Ludmila Kucherova

Partner | Attorney

Areas of practice:

Dispute Resolution/ International Arbitration
Criminal Litigation
Defamation Litigation

Lyudmila Kucherova had worked for 15 years in law enforcement agencies as investigator, senior investigator and head of economic crime investigation. Today she leads the criminal law group at AGP, specializing in theft and credit fraud matters, and other economic and tax offence cases.

Lyudmila is widely experienced in representing AGP's clients at all stages of legal process, from institution of criminal proceedings, pre-investigation checks and investigation to trial. Furthermore, her expertise includes providing legal opinions on economic and tax crime matters.

Lyudmila is a member of the Moscow Bar Association.

Lyudmila is also a member of our team of lawyers providing advice of bankruptcy matters.

Practice of law:

  • Andrey Gorodissky & Partners (since 2012)
  • Private legal practitioner (2006 – 2012)
  • Modern University for the Humanities (2003–2005)
    Business Law lecturer
  • Russian Internal Affairs agencies (1991 – 2006)
    Police Investigator, Senior Investigator, Head of Economic Crimes


  • Advocate Higher Refresher Courses, Russian Academy of Advocacy, Criminal Advocacy Program (2008)
  • Retraining and Upskilling Department, St. Petersburg University of the Russian Internal Affairs Ministry (2004)
  • Syktyvkar State University (1999)


  • Moscow Bar Association (since 2006)


  • The Best Lawyers

Language skills:

  • English


Not-guilty verdict for a CEO in a trial for grand theft of non-ferrous scrap in the fuel and energy sector.

Won an appeal from a criminal trial for massive credit fraud, with amendment of charges and significant reduction of punishment.

Provided comprehensive advice and legal review of a criminal case for grand embezzlement in the public sector.

Won consumer litigation.

Strategizing for a major company in a pre-investigation probe into allegations of tax evasion, with the court denying a criminal investigation.



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