Google challenged Russian Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) decision and failed. Google Inc. and Google Ireland Limited asked the court to avow FAS’s decision as illegal. During court proceedings Google’s representatives upheld stated requirements and pointed out compliance Google’s business activity in Russia with Russian law about protection of competition. According to them, there was not corpus delicti because assessment of activity has been made under analysis of licencing agreements what is prohibited by part 4 of article 10 of the law about protection of competition. There was not established any indication of Google’s dominating position in Russian Federation. Agreements with manufacturers have been concluded on voluntary basis. There were not established any negative consequences of Google’s activity, caused restriction of competition.