Mgaloblishvili, Kipiani, Dzidziguri (MKD) law firm, whose origin goes back to the 1996’s, stands today as one of the leading and the best known law firms in Georgia.
Fully at the service of our clients, we put the stress on the values of our profession in a modern world: a sense of ethics and integrity, pro-activity and reactivity, a multi-language staff.
Mgaloblishvili, Kipiani, Dzidziguri (MKD) law firm is headed by 5 Partners Irakli Mgaloblishvili, Victor Kipiani, David Dzidziguri, Archil Kbilashvili and Vakhtang Shevardnadze. All of them are highly involved in our management, success and steady growth.
Our highly educated and motivated lawyers, a diverse and talented group, with international outlook and strong local grip, present a unique combination of legal and academic expertise allowing us to deliver unrivalled legal solutions in one of the rapidly developing countries in the region.
While providing first-rate legal service for businesses operating in Georgia, MKD always seeks practical and commercial solutions to business problems, rather than simply offering narrow legal responses. Our clients receive the services of only the most appropriate lawyer with the necessary expertise for each task. When it is time to develop strategies and make decisions that are critical to the future of companies, partners work directly with their clients. Along with Georgian which is the native language, our lawyers regularly conduct business in English and Russian, the two most widely spoken languages in the region.
MKD advises number of diplomatic missions in Georgia. Besides, our firm has strong links with foreign leading law firms world-wide. Our commitment to these practices results in a highly cost-effective approach to problem solving. For those clients who still value such ways of conducting business, it is also a highly personal relationship.
At the same time, dealing with legal work of an international character and representation of transnational companies gives us a special advantage in understanding the increasing globalization of business.
Mgaloblishvili, Kipiani, Dzidziguri operates as a general partnership. We have previously tendered in a variety of international and cross-border projects and are recognized as a well-established, respected and leading law firm in Georgia.
Request for Expression of Interest (“EOI”) for the construction and development of the Anaklia New Deep Water Black Sea Port
August 6, 2014
The Government of Georgia is inviting local and international investors to show their interest in being involved in the construction and development of the Anaklia New Deep Water Black Sea Port in Georgia.
May 19, 2014
The Commersant.ge news website talked with Koba Bobokhidze, lawyer at Mgaloblishvili Kipiani Dzidziguri (MKD), about perspectives of the housing construction sector development in the Georgian capital. The respective article called “Will there be a construction boom in Tbilisi, or not – Tbilisi City Hall issued 200 construction permits for residential buildings” was published on Commersant.ge .
April 18, 2014. Newspaper "GEORGIA TODAY" By Eka Karsaulidze,issue #711
A two-day conference entitled State sports policy of Georgia: challenges and perspectives, held for the first time in Georgia, was dedicated to the state's sports policy development, the legal framework of sport and sports arbitration, the Olympic movement, public financing and investment in sport.
February 7-13, 2014 Newspaper "GEORGIA TODAY" By Nino Sharashidze
Former PM Bidzina Ivanishvili met with the representatives of Georgian and international media outlets on February 4, revealing details of the goals and vision of his newly established NGO, 'Citizen', a name was recommended by Chairperson of the Parliament of Georgia David Usupashvili.
January, 2014. By Heritage Foundation
Georgia’s economic freedom score is 72.6, making its economy the 22nd freest in the 2014 Index. Its overall score is 0.4 point higher than last year, with improvements in six of the 10 economic freedoms including the management of public finance, investment freedom, monetary freedom, and property rights. Georgia is ranked 12th out of 43 countries in the Europe region, and its score is well above the regional average.
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- Georgian Investment Forum in Kiev aims to boost business ties