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Sergey Tymma has been part of our team since 2014. He is actively involved in the elaboration of the legal position of the Russian Federation in WTO disputes.
Sergey provides expert support of the Russian participation in WTO’s working bodies. He deals with expert assessment of the legislations and practices of foreign states, as well as draft normative legal acts of the Russian Federation and the Eurasian Economic Union for their consistency with the WTO rules. He also prepares proposals on a wide range of trade and economy issues aimed at adding value to effective employment of WTO instruments by the Russian industry.
Years of engagement with the Center have given Sergey professional expertise on a variety of issues, especially in:
· Peculiarities of anti-dumping measures regulation;
· subsidies-related rules;
· Dispute resolution procedures;
· Obligations arising out of WTO accession protocols.Sergey makes a vital contribution to the Center’s educational activities: he holds seminars, maintains an analytical blog and participates in conferences and field training for students both in Russia and abroad.
Magister of law and business degree (MLB), Bucerius Law School / WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management, Hamburg/Vallendar, Germany, 2008
Higher education diploma in jurisprudence, Immanuel Kant Russian State University, Kaliningrad, 2007
Prior work experience:
2014: consultant, WTO Participation Support Unit, Trade Negotiations Department, Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia.
Functions: coordination of work and preparation of analytical materials on the progress of the Doha round of WTO’s multilateral trade negotiations; preparation of reference materials on the given topics for events involving ministerial participation.
2009–2013: associate, Realore Studios, ООО Realore, Kaliningrad, Russia.
2008–2009: associate, ZAO Reiffeisen Bank, Kaliningrad Branch, Kaliningrad, Russia.
2008: intern, Arzinger&Partners, Berlin, Germany.