Melnychenko's lawyer

01/24/2003 | slava
Melnychenko's U.S. Lawyer - Scott Horton

Scott Horton

J.D. 1981 University of Texas (with honors)
Cert. 1978 University of Mainz, Germany (Fulbright Scholar in Law)
B.A. 1977 University of Maryland (summa cum laude)
1973-1976 University of Munich, Germany

1981 - 1985 Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton
1997 - Present Adjunct Professor of Law, Columbia University School of Law
1985 - Present Patterson, Belknap, Webb & Tyler LLP

Member: American Bar Association; New York State Bar Association; The Association of the Bar of the City of New York (Chair, Committee on the CIS, 1996-99; Chair, Committee on International Human Rights, 2000-present); International Bar Association (Committee on Transnational Litigation).

French, German, Russian

Admitted to bar, 1982, New York.

Major Oil Company

Representation in negotiations of offshore oil exploration and development projects in Georgia.
Major Investment Fund
Assistance in creation of fund for investment in securities in Georgia and arrangements for pledge of the securities.

Major Mining Company
Representations in conclusion of major precious metals mining projects in Russia, Central Asia and the Transcaucasus region.

English Trading Company
Structuring of joint venture agreements in China involving multinational manufacturer; regular representation in commercial law matters.

Foreign Sovereign
Advisor in connection with a series of international project finance arrangements related to hydropower facilities.

Insurance Firm International Co.
Representation in connection with a series of secured equipment sales to state-owned entities in the former Soviet Union.

Representation in major investment in privitization securities in Azerbaijan and disputes arising therefrom

Foreign Sovereign
Representation in restructuring of defaulted mutual fund bonds.


- represented an investor in food-processing businesses in Ukraine, a major U.S. investment in Ukraine supported by public-sector Financing

- advised the Boston-based developer of Kiev's largest office building, built-out and renovated to Western standards, in connection with financing

- handled a variety of trading transactions between the Ukraine and Belgian and U.S.-based trading companies of commodities including construction materials, gas, steel, and bauxite

- facilitated a major international arbitration of a U.S.-based trading company involving tolling arrangements for major Ukrainian enterprises in the metals sector

- provided strategic advice to an international petroleum producer in its review of strategic investments in the Ukrainian oil and gas industry


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