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AstapovLawyers recognized as a TOP-4 best law firm in Ukraine in International Arbitration

January 2013

AstapovLawyers ILG has been recognized as a TOP-4 best law firm in Ukraine in International Arbitration by a leading independent research made by a reputable CIS business platform Kommersant and a well-respected Ukrainian law magazine Yuridicheskaya Practika.

AstapovLawyers ILG has been recognized as a TOP-4 best law firm in Ukraine in International Arbitration by a leading independent research made by a reputable CIS business platform Kommersant and a well-respected Ukrainian law magazine Yuridicheskaya Practika. Andrey Astapov, Managing Partner of AstapovLawyers, has been recognized as a TOP-5 leading practitioner in International Arbitration. Eugene Blinov, AL Counsel, has been included in a list of notable practitioners in the same field.

"It is an honor for AstapovLawyers to be named a TOP-5 law firm in International Arbitration. Our Arbitration practice has been growing rapidly over the past couple of years. We've been able to create a team of professionals who provide client-tailored solutions and handle all types of cases including post-M&A, Corporate, Shareholders, Construction, Commercial and Investment disputes. We also remain leaders in Commodities Arbitration", - concluded Andrey Astapov, Managing Partner of AstapovLawyers.


For the past few years the firm has boosted its IA practice with several hires. Moreover, Eugene Blinov, Head of International Arbitration, has been put on a partnership track in June of 2012. "The outstanding result of the IA team is largely based on the results the group of associates had managed to achieve throughout all these years. We will be striving to increase the outreach of our practice to move the firm towards a new level", - said Eugene Blinov, Counsel and Head of International Arbitration.

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"The TOP-50 Law Firms in Ukraine" is an annual independent survey compiled by a CIS major business platform Kommersant and a well-respected Ukrainian law magazine Yuridicheskaya Practika. The rating has earned recognition on the domestic legal market due to 15 years of ranking history. Its methodology includes such criteria as the cost of the transactions, the degree of project complexity and the involvement of a law firm in its implementation, as well as profitability and financial efficiency of law firms and the number of lawyers working in it.

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