Who we are
Grigoryan Law Group® [GLG] was established in 2007 with the aim of offering a comprehensive range of commercial legal advice to investors and businesses with operations in Armenia.
From the very beginning, we used to serve our clients with rendering them quality legal advice and representation on a wide range of issues. Replacing in-house legal functions of large enterprises the Firm had also to cover the full spectrum of the enterprise legal issues and to establish its presence in all the regions of Armenia. During the first decade of its activity, GLG has become one of the leading local law firms with a permanent staff of 25 lawyers (nearly half of them being licensed advocates, members to the Chamber of Advocates of Armenia), distinguishing the Firm on the Armenian market, and enabling it to provide prompt and high-quality legal services.
As a result of a diligent and effective work, we have established a stable and professional team of advocates and consultants who are always ready to direct all their efforts, skills, professional expertise and business experience towards creating the best possible legal products for our clients. Being always focused on understanding and serving our clients’ needs, GLG executes the most convenient forms of cooperation when delivering services.
We are committed to understand the clients’ businesses, their expectations and needs, finding ways to their complete satisfaction.
What We Do
GLG’s Armenia energy sector practice has become a key competency of the Firm, distinguishing it on the market. Over the past decade, we have developed a unique and in-depth insight into the energy sector, provided legal advice and cooperated with:
- Governmental entities, such as the Ministry of Energy Infrastructures and Natural Resources and the Public Services Regulatory Commission, supporting to and participating in preparation of regulations for the energy sector, including: numerous revisions of the rules of supply and use of electricity, rules for network connections, and mandatory templates for Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs), the new Grid Code, Market Rules, as well as Energy Law amendments, revision of legislation on Public Private Partnerships (PPPs),
- Energy companies (including all types of energy producers and distributors) on preparing legal agreements and processes for managing energy projects
- International financial institutions, such as USAID, EBRD, KfW, World Bank, and ADB, on developing energy projects and programs, as well as advising on the legal framework in Armenia.