Advocates bureau "Cierech, Neviadouski and Partners" provides various legal services for business, focusing on issues of civil, taxation, investment, and customs laws, currency regulations, as well as other fields of law.
Our advocates (attorneys-at-law) advise clients on issues of civil, taxation, investment, and customs laws, currency regulations, as well as other fields of law; prepare of contracts, agreements, claims, reclamations, complaints and other documents of legal nature; represent clients in courts, arbitration courts as well as in other organizations and state bodies; provide other legal assistance that clients may need.
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The attorney-client privilege is the core principle of relationship between advocates of AB "Cierech, Neviadouski and Partners" and clients that guarantees confidentiality of communications between a client and an attorney.
According to the legislation on advocate's activities of the Republic of Belarus, the attorney-client privilege protects:
the issues in connection with which the client has requested assistance of an attorney-at-law;
the content of consultations, explanations and other information provided by the attorney-at-law to the client;
the data communicated by the client on circumstances of the crime related the criminal case in which the attorney-at-law defended the client’s rights, freedoms and interests;
commercial secrets of the client;
information about the client's private life.
No information protected by the attorney-client privilege can be obtained from the attorney-at-law and used as evidence in civil, administrative or criminal processes. It is forbidden by law for state authorities, officials and other persons to request such information from attorneys-at-law.
The attorneys of the Advocates bureau "Cierech, Neviadouski and Partners" have no rights:
to disclose the information covered by the attorney-client privilege not only in the process of legal assistance but also after termination of agreement with the client;
to give evidence in any circumstances covered by the attorney-client privilege ;
to perform any action that jeopardizes the trust relationship with the client.
The attorney-client privilege has no time limit.