The Georgian legal system facilitates the protection of rights and interests in court, aligning with the European Legal System. As a member of the European Council since 1999, Georgia meticulously adheres to all Resolutions issued by the European Court of Human Rights. Notably, judges in Georgia maintain absolute independence, free from any influences other than the law itself. Our strongest competitive edge lies in providing robust representation in court.
Georgia has established clear and straightforward requirements for residency. However, citizens of certain countries may encounter refusals from the Service Public Agency (SDA) based on negative conclusions from the State Security of Georgia. In such instances, the sole recourse for obtaining a residence card is through an appeal in court. Typically, if the Security State Service (SSS) lacks substantial evidence, the court tends to favor the plaintiff's side.
Aida Litigation LLC possesses extensive experience in international and Georgian corporate law. Our team is well-versed in the nuances of various European and Caucasian jurisdictions, enabling us to facilitate efficient relationships among business units operating in different countries. This strategic approach not only enhances your financial performance but also aids in mitigating the tax burden on the company.
The optimal business solution is identified through a meticulous examination of local legislation. As a legal firm, we specialize in offering comprehensive legal research and analysis tailored to your specific case. Our approach considers both legislation and court legal practices. Our legal expertise is delivered with a thorough examination of regulation and legislation, accompanied by examples of court resolutions in similar cases.
A graduate from Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Anastasia is our resident expert in the Administrative body
Coming to us from WiseAdvise Firm NYC, strong result-oriented background to our firm and our leader
A graduate from Ilia State University, with strong legal background in the international law: IHL and refugee law