Dimension Legal RVS advises national and international corporations, financial institutions, international organisations, NGOs, and governments on contentious and non-contentious aspects of public international law. Our market-leading practice includes specialists in environmental law, regulatory compliance and risk management, anti-bribery and corruption, international criminal law, human rights and sanctions.
Our experts have an extensive background in aiding state institutions to implement international standards and best practices in public policies and good governance reforms.
Our specialisation lies mainly with international soft law anti-corruption regulations, security sector reforms and international labour regulations.
Certain anti-corruption and anti-fraud regulations such as the UK Bribery Act 2010, the French SAPIN II, and the United States Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enjoy an extraterritorial application, which is why Dimension Legal RVS provides consultancy on drafting and adoption of compliance programs and later on negotiations with relevant bodies for the purpose of exclusion or reduction of possible sanctions.
Firm's Managing Partner Davit Hakobyan as part of the OSCE funded project (2019-2020) and involvement of the RA National Assembly's Standing Committee on Defense and Security has provided a number of legal opinions, concept papers, and consultancies pertaining to security sector reforms such as: Establishment of a military ombudsman under the auspices of the Parliament, Parliamentary oversight on National Security Services, Shortcomings in the RA Law on Freedom of Information and RA Law on State and Official Secrets,
Davit in conjuction with one of firm's experts Ejmin Shahbazian, have also conducted Parliamentary Activity Moniroting Report (2019 and 2020) with DCAF – Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance. In the report, activities of RA National Assembly with a focus on the Standing Committee on Defense and Security have been reflected, with their legislative activities, parliamentary oversight, outreach to the civil society and the public, collaboration with Armenia's security sector institutions including, the Ministry of Defense and the Armed Forces, the Police, National Security Services and Ministry of Emeregency Situations. The report also includes recommendations on amelioration of good governance of security sector through parliamentary activities.