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Dispute Resolution: Arbitration — Ukraine


Aequo - Dispute Resolution Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the Department
- Heads of department: Oleksandr Mamunya and Pavlo Byelousov
- 2 partners
- 13 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Dynamic practice with a growing market presence in litigation and international arbitration. Particularly active of late on high-stakes international commercial arbitration matters and continues to gain experience in international investment arbitration. Particularly active in cases occurring in the banking and energy sectors. Solid expertise in IP litigation and has experience of tax and corporate disputes. Acts for major international corporates and domestic players, frequently working alongside international law firms.

Work highlights Defended a potash producer in a Supreme Court dispute concerning the ownership of more than USD6 million in shares.

Significant Clients Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories, DuPont, RwS Bank, Inditex Group.

Notable practitioners

Pavlo Byelousov has a growing reputation in domestic and international arbitration, with multiple sources referring to him as a "rising star." He covers commercial and investment arbitration and comes particularly recommended as an "expert in energy arbitration."

Market commentators recognise Oleksandr Mamunya for his track record in IP disputes, including litigation and out-of-court actions involving patents and trade marks. He also has experience of general commercial and IT disputes, recently advising Forbes Media on a number of proceedings concerning licensing and domain name issues.

About the Team (content provided by Aequo)

You need a win. Whether it is a bet-the-company case or a seemingly routine controversy going to trial, it will eventually affect your business. What you need is not just a favourable judgment, but substantive commercial value.

While thorough legal assessments and well-elaborated arguments are of utmost importance, the other cornerstone of our strategy in your case is the optimal combination of efficient business solutions, reasonable costs and timing. 

We gather together the best litigators and arbitration professionals to provide bespoke solutions to any particular dispute. Strong practical skills derived from daily trial and case management practice, specific industry knowledge, and extensive experience of a range of market-highlight and precedent-setting cases are the key elements of our expertise. That's our business. That's how you win.

For more details please visit our website: https://aequo.ua/

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Arbitrade - Dispute Resolution Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for The team has experience of representing clients in commercial arbitration, international commodities disputes and sports arbitration matters. Predominantly acts for Ukrainian clients and also advises international names. Key personnel within the firm also act as arbitrators in significant disputes.

Strengths One interviewee states: "They were quite meticulous in building up cases and assigning proper arguments."

Notable practitioners

Yuliya Chernykh has extensive experience in commercial and investment arbitration cases and attracts praise for her "systematic and in-depth" approach. Market commentators deem her to be a "well known" figure in the market and recognise her activities as an arbitrator.

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Arzinger - Dispute Resolution Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the Department
- Heads of department: Timur Bondaryev, Kateryna Gupalo and Markian Malskyy
- 3 partners
- 22 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Strong team often representing international fast-moving consumer goods companies and luxury brands as well as financial institutions. Noted for its strong capabilities in tax litigation and particularly active in debt recovery disputes. Also has experience handling general commercial litigation and increasingly active in disputes with white-collar crime elements, such as allegations of embezzlement and tax evasion. Experienced in international arbitration and cross-border litigation, with recent work including investment treaty cases.

Strengths According to one source, the team is "very strong in tax litigation and criminal proceedings."

Other clients note the team's "scrupulous attention to detail" and add that "the lawyers have a good understanding of our business and needs."

Work highlights Assisted the State of Ukraine with a USD40 million ICSID arbitration concerning alleged violations of a bilateral agreement with the Netherlands.

Represented Zeppelin International in court proceedings concerning the enforcement of a more than USD6 million arbitral award.

Significant Clients Marie Brizard Wine & Spirits, Mercuria Energy Trading, Puratos, Archer Daniels Midland, MAN Truck & Bus Ukraine.

Notable practitioners

According to market commentators, Markian Malskyy is a "well-established name" in the Ukrainian market. His areas of focus include commercial and investment arbitration proceedings. One client appreciates that "he understands how the business works and therefore knows how to manage the case the best way."

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CMS - Dispute Resolution Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Notable Ukrainian team of a respected global firm particularly experienced in international disputes. Well known for its strong energy disputes practice and acts on cross-border oil and gas cases. Regularly consulted for local advice in international arbitration cases, particularly in relation to investment arbitration as well as recognition and enforcement proceedings. Also represents clients in commercial and financial litigation, including contractual disputes, debt recovery and bankruptcy matters, and is gaining experience in administrative cases. Often represents German corporates as well as natural resources and manufacturing clients.

Strengths The firm is commended for its approach to international files, with one source stating: "They performed very well in the preparation of documentary evidence." The same source commends the team's ability to align its advice with client needs.

The team is noted for its experience advising on disputes in the energy sector.

Work highlights Acted as local counsel to JKX Oil & Gas on arbitration and litigation proceedings against Ukraine under the Energy Charter Treaty.

Notable practitioners

Senior partner Olexander Martinenko is a key contact.

About the Team (content provided by CMS)

CMS has a leading and experienced dispute resolution team across CEE. Lawyers across 15 offices in the region collaborate closely on advising high-profile multinational and regional clients on a wide variety of disputes from simple claims to complex, high-value litigation cases. We can represent you in civil and commercial disputes and have particular expertise in infrastructure disputes, international arbitration and white-collar crime. The dispute resolution team includes sector experts who can offer specific industry insight, for instance in insurance claims, construction litigation or disputes with regulators in the energy, telecommunications or financial services sectors.

With nearly 600 experts, we routinely act in all business areas before courts, arbitral tribunals and regulatory authorities. Whether you are faced with employee, corporate, intellectual property, competition or product liability disputes, we can support you in any European jurisdiction, obtain judicial assistance in foreign proceedings and deal with enforcement procedures for foreign judgements and arbitral awards.

We have one of the leading dispute resolution practices in Ukraine. We advise our clients on tactical and strategic issues and cover a wide range of languages, jurisdictions, and industries.

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Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners - Dispute Resolution Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the Department
- Heads of department: Serhii Sviriba, Markiyan Kliuchkovskyi and Gleb Bialyi
- 4 partners
- 12 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Market-leading team with comprehensive disputes expertise spanning litigation, arbitration and white-collar crime. Recognised for particular strength in international disputes, often handling cross-border litigation and international arbitration and regularly acting on instructions involving Russia, leveraging the firm's substantial presence there. Also noted for its dedicated domestic litigation team and advises clients on significant fraud and anti-corruption matters. Active on a broad spectrum of disputes, including international trade, debt recovery, energy, tax and competition matters, as well as more niche areas such as sports disputes. Instructed on commercial arbitration and has experience of investor-state cases.

Strengths One source states: "They were very responsive, quickly grasped the issues at stake and what was necessary, and also anticipated difficulties."

The department is described as "very strong in litigation" and "the top" in cross-border matters.

Work highlights Advised Azerbaijan's Silk Way Airlines, and two international insurance companies, on a potential dispute relating to a plane crash.

Represented EuroChem in a trade dispute regarding anti-dumping duties imposed by the Interdepartmental Commission on International Trade.

Represented Ukraine's former Minister of Economic Development in a criminal investigation undertaken by the state's Anti-Corruption Bureau.

Significant Clients Irish Bank Resolution Corporation, Ministry of Justice of Ukraine, Quinn Properties Ukraine, The State Road Agency of Ukraine, UkrFA.

Notable practitioners

Eminent practitioner Serhii Sviriba has a "very good reputation in the arbitration world," with commentators lauding him as "one of the leading individuals" and recognising his extensive experience in this field.

Sergiy Grebenyuk is noted as a "very strong lawyer" in the white-collar crime arena, covering cases involving allegations of tax evasion, corruption and fraud. His practice also includes advice on corporate investigations and compliance issues. He is notably experienced in advising corporates, including international companies. Also acting for high-profile individuals, he defended a former Russian banker following his arrest in Ukraine in connection with financial fraud allegations.

Markiyan Kliuchkovskyi is a well-regarded figure in the arbitration community, with one source referring to him as a "stellar performer." He has a significant track record in international arbitration, with particular experience of advising on sports and energy disputes. He advised Spanish footballer Cristóbal Márquez Crespo on multiple disputes arising from the termination of his sports employment contract in Ukraine and related issues.

Market commentators distinguish Gleb Bialyi as a "very good litigator" who is especially active in the domestic litigation arena. He covers commercial and administrative proceedings, with particular experience of anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations. He represented Avgust Crop Protection in an anti-dumping investigation concerning imports of pesticides into the Eurasian Economic Union.

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ENGARDE - Dispute Resolution Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the Department
- Heads of department: Irina Nazarova and Andriy Vyshnevsky
- 2 partners
- 6 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Disputes-focused boutique highly regarded for its international arbitration expertise, particularly in relation to commercial arbitration. International contractual disputes are a particular area of strength, alongside high-value debt recovery cases. Its litigation team typically assists with the enforcement of arbitral awards and cases relating to bankruptcy and debt restructuring proceedings. Often works in tandem with international law firms.

Strengths Commentators describe the team as a "leading arbitration firm."

Significant Clients Smart Holding, Scania Ukraine, UkrAVTO Corporation.

Notable practitioners

According to interviewees, Irina Nazarova is a "solid" and renowned arbitration practitioner who is "very active in ICC cases." Her extensive experience as counsel and arbitrator spans disputes arising in the agriculture, financial services, telecoms and energy sectors. One source states: "She is very good at managing clients and takes a very personal approach."

Andriy Vyshnevsky is recognised as a "very experienced litigator who has been in the market for a long time." He has an extensive track record in a range of domestic disputes.

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Ilyashev & Partners - Dispute Resolution Department

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Basic facts about the Department
- Head of department: Roman Marchenko
- 2 partners
- 28 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Renowned for its strong presence in the domestic litigation scene, with outstanding capabilities in commercial dispute resolution. Particularly active in corporate, contractual and major debt recovery disputes, as well as assisting with matters against state authorities and banks. Also active in cross-border disputes and international arbitration, with particular experience in commercial arbitration mandates, and noted for its growing white-collar crime expertise. Clientele includes prominent domestic and regional players from a range of industry sectors, including financial services and insurance, energy, agriculture and manufacturing.

Strengths The department is praised as a "specialised team" which is "brilliant in dispute resolution." Clients also highlight the department's "very business-oriented and tailored approach," as well as its "expertise in a lot of fields."

Sources praise the team's client service, emphasising its "responsiveness and smooth communication" and describing its lawyers as "very quick" and "easy to work with."

Work highlights Assisted BTA Bank with its ongoing litigation proceedings in Ukraine and other jurisdictions, concerning a total USD10 billion compensation for losses allegedly caused by the fraudulent actions of its former chairman.

Represented Ostchem Holding in USD246.5 million proceedings pertaining to the recognition of an arbitral award.

Significant Clients ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih, COFCO Group, Ukrrichflot, Epicentr K, OLAM International.

Notable practitioners

Roman Marchenko is deemed by sources to be a "very well-known and experienced litigator" who is "a real asset in challenging cases." He is noted for his broad court litigation practice and also has significant experience in arbitration cases. One client highlights his "remarkable analytical skills combined with commercial insight." He represented SE Antonov in a number of local and international disputes.

Managing partner Mikhail Ilyashev has a long-standing reputation in the Ukrainian disputes arena, with one source referring to him as "someone you can rely on." He has an extensive track record in litigation mandates, recently advising FSC More in a USD240 million ECHR case arising out of the nationalisation of the company's assets in Crimea by the Russian Federation. One client states: "Mikhail developed a unique winning strategy for every case."

About the Team (content provided by Ilyashev & Partners)

Specialisations
Dispute resolution is one of the key areas at Ilyashev & Partners. We undertake dispute resolution relating to general commercial disputes as well as a whole range of specialist areas including: shareholder disputes, intellectual property (including patent and counterfeiting disputes); labor disputes; real estate disputes, insurance disputes, criminal defence, and many more. Our team has also recently acted on several major insolvencies that involved a significant dispute element.
We handle more than 500 cases a year, many of which are highly complex. Our leaders of the practice – Mikhail Ilyashev and Roman Marchenko – are two of the best known practitioners in Ukraine in dispute resolution.

Recent work highlights
Ilyashev & Partners has been a leader in the litigation practice by the number of judicial and arbitration disputes in recent years: in 2016 the Firm provided legal advice in 25% of major public litigations and arbitrations. Many of which had a significant international element.

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Integrites - Dispute Resolution Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the Department
- 5 partners
- 23 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Particularly noted for its track record in arbitration, often acting as local counsel in international commercial arbitrations, and with experience representing clients in investment disputes. Also advises on domestic and cross-border litigation, including debt recovery, tax, commercial and shareholder disputes, often representing significant Ukrainian entities.

Strengths One client states: "They always offer efficient strategies which are also practical."

The team attracts praise for being "very flexible, client-oriented" and efficient.

Work highlights Represented the main creditor VTB Bank in proceedings relating to Westa's debt restructuring.

Acted for Retail Group on a number of disputes with Bank Forum and Kyiv Rus.

Significant Clients Concern AVEC, China Communications Construction, Turkish Airlines, Philip Morris Ukraine, AtlasJet Ukraine.

Notable practitioners

Dmytro Marchukov joined the team from Avellum in January 2018. He is recognised for his experience in both international arbitration and cross-border litigation. "He is very measured and listens before he tells you what to do. He is very good at adapting to the precise question you are asking," a client says.

Olena Perepelynska moves up the rankings due to positive feedback and her work in a number of challenging instructions. She is well respected for her know-how in international arbitration, with recent experience of disputes in the natural resources, agribusiness and retail sectors. Sources praise her "strategic thinking and ability to find non-standard solutions in difficult situations."

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Kinstellar - Dispute Resolution Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the Department
- Head of department: Kostiantyn Likarchuk
- 1 partner
- 6 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Noted regional firm whose Ukrainian office is particularly active in cross-border disputes. Regularly handles international arbitration and also acts in litigation proceedings concerning the recognition and enforcement of arbitral awards and foreign judgments. Stands out for strong experience in shareholder disputes and also advises on debt recovery. Represents corporates as well as private individuals.

Strengths One source commends the department's "ability to handle large volumes of work in a short period of time" and goes on to highlight its "quick responses."

Work highlights Advised the majority shareholders of Nemiroff Vodka on a number of cross-border disputes with the company's minority shareholders, including an LCIA arbitration.

Acted as co-counsel to Stockman Interhold on LCIA proceedings concerning a shareholders' dispute.

Significant Clients Supervisory board of Naftogaz of Ukraine, Ivan Fursin, Andriy Adamovsky, East West Group, Colliers International.

Notable practitioners

Kostiantyn Likarchuk maintains a broad disputes practice, encompassing commercial and administrative court cases and arbitrations. He is noted for his track record in cross-border litigation and stands out for his experience of shareholder disputes, with one source praising his strategic skills and "outstanding judgement." He assisted the supervisory board of Naftogaz of Ukraine with issues relating to an SCC arbitration initiated by Naftogaz and Gazprom.

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Sayenko Kharenko - Dispute Resolution Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the Department
- Heads of department: Sergey Pogrebnoy and Tatyana Slipachuk
- 4 partners
- 23 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Noted practice with an excellent reputation for arbitration. Often represents major domestic clients and multinationals in cross-border commercial arbitration. Also acts on significant international investment arbitration disputes and related litigation proceedings. Further noted for its growing domestic litigation and white-collar crime practice.

Strengths The firm is praised for its cross-border capabilities, with one source stating: "Sayenko Kharenko provides complete and integrated solutions."

Clients commend the firm's approach, with one commentator highlighting its "attention to detail and prompt responses," while another states: "They build the team with the client, getting to know and understand the client's business, principles and requirements."

Work highlights Represented Ukrainian Insurance Group in a Supreme Court case regarding the collection of a UAH5.3 million insurance indemnity.

Acted for the State of Ukraine on a USD4.7 billion Energy Charter Treaty investment arbitration initiated by Ukrnafta minority shareholders.

Significant Clients Altcom, Auchan, Philip Morris Ukraine, Shelton.

Notable practitioners

Tatyana Slipachuk enjoys a good reputation as "one of the most in-demand Ukrainian arbitrators" and also acts as counsel on large-scale arbitration proceedings and related litigation. Sources describe her as "very diligent" and praise her long-standing expertise in arbitration.

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Our dispute resolution team focuses on the most complex, high stakes and sensitive matters. We offer practical and creative legal advice in all major areas of litigation, international arbitration and white collar criminal defense.​ 

Litigation

We have excellent track record defending the interests of the world's biggest corporate giants, national industry heavyweights, domestic and international banks. We combine a deep understanding of our clients' businesses with extensive experience of the other firm’s specialized practices to achieve favorable resolutions including settlements in all types of disputes in the most efficient and cost-effective manner.

International arbitration

We have an impressive record conducting various proceedings in Ukraine and foreign jurisdictions, this includes a significant experience in acting as arbitrators under globally recognised arbitration rules as well as in providing expert opinions on Ukrainian law. We regularly represent clients in international commercial arbitration, investment arbitration, cross-border court proceedings involving different jurisdictions, etc.

White collar criminal defense

We have a strong team with an outstanding track record, consisting of the country’s leading fraud and criminal defense lawyers. Our in-depth experience representing clients at every stage of criminal proceedings allows us to work on the most challenging and complex issues, providing our clients with best quality services and 24/7 business protection.

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Senior Statesperson

Sergei A Voitovich

Grischenko & Partners

From the Chambers Europe guide

Sergei Voitovich of Grischenko & Partners is a veteran arbitration lawyer with a wealth of experience in both commercial and investor-state proceedings. Sources attest that he is a "well-known figure" in this field and a "very solid" choice of counsel. He is increasingly active as an arbitrator.

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Eminent Practitioner

Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners

From the Chambers Europe guide

Eminent practitioner Serhii Sviriba has a "very good reputation in the arbitration world," with commentators lauding him as "one of the leading individuals" and recognising his extensive experience in this field.

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ENGARDE

From the Chambers Europe guide

According to interviewees, Irina Nazarova is a "solid" and renowned arbitration practitioner who is "very active in ICC cases." Her extensive experience as counsel and arbitrator spans disputes arising in the agriculture, financial services, telecoms and energy sectors. One source states: "She is very good at managing clients and takes a very personal approach."

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Tatyana Slipachuk

Sayenko Kharenko

From the Chambers Europe guide

Tatyana Slipachuk enjoys a good reputation as "one of the most in-demand Ukrainian arbitrators" and also acts as counsel on large-scale arbitration proceedings and related litigation. Sources describe her as "very diligent" and praise her long-standing expertise in arbitration.

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Arbitrade

From the Chambers Europe guide

Yuliya Chernykh has extensive experience in commercial and investment arbitration cases and attracts praise for her "systematic and in-depth" approach. Market commentators deem her to be a "well known" figure in the market and recognise her activities as an arbitrator.

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Markiyan Kliuchkovskyi

Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners

From the Chambers Europe guide

Markiyan Kliuchkovskyi is a well-regarded figure in the arbitration community, with one source referring to him as a "stellar performer." He has a significant track record in international arbitration, with particular experience of advising on sports and energy disputes. He advised Spanish footballer Cristóbal Márquez Crespo on multiple disputes arising from the termination of his sports employment contract in Ukraine and related issues.

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Ilyashev & Partners

From the Chambers Europe guide

Roman Marchenko is deemed by sources to be a "very well-known and experienced litigator" who is "a real asset in challenging cases." He is noted for his broad court litigation practice and also has significant experience in arbitration cases. One client highlights his "remarkable analytical skills combined with commercial insight." He represented SE Antonov in a number of local and international disputes.

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Kostiantyn Likarchuk

Kinstellar

From the Chambers Europe guide

Kostiantyn Likarchuk maintains a broad disputes practice, encompassing commercial and administrative court cases and arbitrations. He is noted for his track record in cross-border litigation and stands out for his experience of shareholder disputes, with one source praising his strategic skills and "outstanding judgement." He assisted the supervisory board of Naftogaz of Ukraine with issues relating to an SCC arbitration initiated by Naftogaz and Gazprom.

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Arzinger

From the Chambers Europe guide

According to market commentators, Markian Malskyy is a "well-established name" in the Ukrainian market. His areas of focus include commercial and investment arbitration proceedings. One client appreciates that "he understands how the business works and therefore knows how to manage the case the best way."

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Integrites

From the Chambers Europe guide

Dmytro Marchukov joined the team from Avellum in January 2018. He is recognised for his experience in both international arbitration and cross-border litigation. "He is very measured and listens before he tells you what to do. He is very good at adapting to the precise question you are asking," a client says.

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Olena Perepelynska

Integrites

From the Chambers Europe guide

Olena Perepelynska moves up the rankings due to positive feedback and her work in a number of challenging instructions. She is well respected for her know-how in international arbitration, with recent experience of disputes in the natural resources, agribusiness and retail sectors. Sources praise her "strategic thinking and ability to find non-standard solutions in difficult situations."

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ETERNA LAW

From the Chambers Europe guide

Eugene Blinov of ETERNA LAW is an experienced arbitration lawyer who attracts praise for his "pragmatic and co-operative" approach. He is involved in a range of international arbitration disputes and also advises on recognition and enforcement proceedings.

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DLA Piper Ukraine LLC

From the Chambers Europe guide

Olga Vorozhbyt of DLA Piper Ukraine LLC is noted for her experience in litigation and international arbitration, comprising a range of disputes. She primarily acts for international corporates, with one source stating: "She is particularly excellent in the application of Ukrainian law to difficult matters involving international parties."

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Up and Coming

Aequo

From the Chambers Europe guide

Pavlo Byelousov has a growing reputation in domestic and international arbitration, with multiple sources referring to him as a "rising star." He covers commercial and investment arbitration and comes particularly recommended as an "expert in energy arbitration."

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Up and Coming

Redcliffe Partners

From the Chambers Europe guide

Sergiy Gryshko heads the dispute resolution team at Redcliffe Partners. He is a well-regarded practitioner who attracts recognition for his experience in international commercial and investment arbitration.

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Up and Coming

Avellum

From the Chambers Europe guide

Ivan Kasynyuk joined the firm as a result of the merger between AVELLUM and A.G.A. Partners in July 2018. He enters the rankings due to strong market recognition for his work, with interviewees describing him as an "active" figure who is also a "rising star." He is particularly known for his expertise in international commodities disputes and attracts praise for "never losing sight of the objective of serving the client's commercial interests."His recent work includes advising Kazansky Oil Extraction Plant on an USD8 million FOSFA arbitration concerning a contract for the delivery of goods.

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Up and Coming

Asters

From the Chambers Europe guide

Dmytro Shemelin focuses on international arbitration matters and possesses particular experience of investment treaty arbitration mandates. His practice also covers cross-border debt enforcement.

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