Dispute Resolution

Zero tolerance to corruption in courts
Achieving the result thanks to our experience, knowledge of case-law, and impeccable reputation. We adhere to the rules of advocates’ ethics and give no empty promises and 100% guarantees. Do not pay, offer or allow anything of value to be given to any person for the purpose of influencing a court.

Changing case-law
Defending the rights and interests of our clients through effective judicial protection. Identifing non-standard protection methods that are not contrary to law and thereby changing case-law.

Experienced in handling almost all types of litigation
Specializing in different litigation areas and represent clients in all types of disputes. We provide attorneys experienced in handling similar cases who will not learn from a case.

Result-oriented and do not initiate “processes for the sake of processes”
We are guided by the principle of procedural economy and aim to solve clients’ complex problems via the minimum number of court cases. Developing a strategy, agreeing it with the client and implementing it in court.

Creating prerequisites for payment of legal costs by the opposite party
Our cooperation with clients is official – we pay official salaries to our lawyers and pay all taxes. Therefore, our clients can count on full or partial payment of legal costs by their opponents. We insure our professional liability and court costs of our clients.

"Highly experienced litigation team handling a range of domestic and cross-border disputes"

Chambers Europe 2021

Publications

20/12/2021

The quarantine restrictions imposed on companies following the coronavirus pandemic outbreak back in March 2020 have been a major blow to business enterprises all around the world. However, the solid state support for business in Europe and the US (e.g. £27 billion invested for business support in the UK, €50 billion subsidies in Germany for small and medium enterprises and self-employed individuals)...

21/10/2021

Neither the demand of the inspection to pay damages, nor the failure to comply with such demand, cannot serve as a ground for a prohibition on leaving the seaport by ship vessels. Review of the court practice.

Oleg Kachmar

17/09/2021

The article is available in Ukrainian

Oleksandra Bortman

Team

Tetyana Berezhna

Counsel, Attorney-at-Law

Anticorruption Issues,
Domestic Litigation,
Tax,
Tax Litigation

Oleg Kachmar

Partner, Attorney-at-Law

Domestic Litigation,
Restructuring and Insolvency,
Agribusiness,
Insurance

Yurii Kolos

Counsel, Attorney-at-Law

Domestic Litigation,
Restructuring and Insolvency

Alina Ratushna

Junior Associate

Domestic Litigation,
Tax,
Tax Litigation

Hanna Rud

Associate, Attorney-at-Law

Domestic Litigation,
Restructuring and Insolvency

Andriy Stelmashchuk

Managing Partner, Attorney-at-Law

Domestic Litigation,
Public Advocacy,
Agribusiness

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