Bond Stone Law firm (previously known as "Sovremennoe Pravo") more than 7 years in Kazakhstani market and has established as a reliable partner for its international and local clients. The firm has offices in Almaty, Astana, Kostanay and Shymkent.
In July 2013, Sovremennoe Pravo Law Firm has changed its name to Bond Stone Law firm and has made re-branding due to arrivals of new partners and new associates for the Firm, and expertise in various specialty practice areas of law.
As one of the leading law firms in Kazakhstan, we have been enjoying an excellent reputation among the clients (eg., Tengizchevroil) over the years, and have won recognition from international rating organizations such as Legal 500, IFLR 1000 for our high quality services.
Bond Stone Law Firm provides full range of legal services to our clients: M&A, subsoil use law, corporate governance, real estate, foreign direct investments, intellectual property and information technology rights, criminal law and etc.
Our team of experienced professionals includes our partners, associates, and attorneys at law, paralegals who have solid experience in legal sphere and with USA, UK and Western educational background.
Sanat has been practicing law in the complex Kazakhstan legislation since 2000. He graduated from Kazakh Law University (presently Kazakh Humanitarian Law University). Before setting up the Law Firm in 2007, he had worked as a senior lawyer at prosecutor offices and director of legal department at industrial companies and senior lawyer with international law firms for several years.
Sanat regularly takes part in the activities aimed to mastering the legal frameworks for civil procedural law projects in Kazakhstan. He is a member of working group for drafting law on court system of the country.
The University of Toronto, 2001
Masters Degree in Law, LL.M
Kazakh Law University 1999
Specialist Diploma in Law, Diploma
International Bar Association (IBA)
American Bar Association (ABA)
Languages: English, Russian, Kazakh
Petrokazakhstan Kumkoil Resourses