Nadmitov, Ivanov & Partners represented a leading electric power company - an interested party - in a litigation in the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation in the case of challenging the tariff for the transmission of electricity established in relation to a client. Supreme Court considered an appeal, in support of which the administrative plaintiff pointed to the inconsistency of the contested normative legal act with the norms of the current legislation, the inclusion of unreasonable costs in the tariff, the inconsistency of the energy company with the TCO criteria, violation of the norms of the Principles of Pricing in the field of price (tariff) regulation in the electric power industry; asked to appoint a forensic examination in order to determine the market value of the property acquired by the interested person.
The Supreme Court agreed with our arguments, refused to satisfy the request for an expert examination and left the decision of the first instance court unchanged, and the appeal was not satisfied, recognizing that the contested normative legal act fully complies with the norms of federal law, issued by the authorized body within its framework. competence in compliance with the established procedure.
Nadmitov, Ivanov and Partners regularly represents clients in disputes in the field of energy and tariff regulation, as well as administrative disputes on challenging regulations.