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Who’s Who Legal: Competition 2018 recognizes 4 Sayenko Kharenko’s experts among the world’s le

June 2018

Who’s Who Legal: Competition 2018 recognizes four Sayenko Kharenko’s experts among the world’s leaders

Sayenko Kharenko’s competition team has recently received excellent rankings in Who's Who Legal's 2018 guides to the world's top competition law experts. Four Sayenko Kharenko’s lawyers are recognized in this year’s list: Vladimir Sayenko, Valentyna Hvozd, Maksym Nazarenko and Dmitry Taranyk. Sayenko Kharenko has more individuals listed than any other Ukrainian law firm in the research.pdf 2018.06.04_sayenko_kharenko_wwl_competition_eng

Vladimir Sayenko is named among the world’s leading individuals by Who’s Who Legal: Competition 2018. The 19th edition is the most comprehensive ever, now covering 1069 competition experts. The lawyers selected advise and defend clients in internal, regulatory and criminal investigations as well as assisting with merger filings, civil and criminal litigation and cartel matters.

Sources described Vladimir Sayenko as a “great lawyer in the area” and “one of the main names” who is praised for his strong connections in the competition field and is “experienced in merger control” and “a real authority when it comes to competition law in Ukraine”.

In 2018, Who’s Who Legal represents its second edition of the Competition - Future Leaders list. This chapter recognizes 241 partners and 230 non-partners aged 45 and under at the end of 2018, whom the market has identified as specialists standing out for their competition law expertise. Maksym Nazarenko is the only lawyer representing Ukraine in this year’s list. The sources praise him as “absolutely fantastic”, highlighting that it is “really excellent to see him in action”. He is further acknowledged as a “merger control specialist who is applauded for his pragmatism and efficiency”.

Vladimir Sayenko comments: “I am extremely honoured to be featured among the world’s leading competition experts and proud to see Maksym Nazarenko among WWL Competition - Future Leaders 2018. These recognitions reflect both the established expertise and up-and-coming talent within our antitrust/competition practice.”

Since 1996 Who's Who Legal has identified the foremost legal practitioners and consulting experts in business law based upon comprehensive, independent research. The researchers spend months collecting hundreds of thousands of recommendations from private practitioners and in-house counsel in order to identify the global legal market's most widely recognised and accomplished lawyers and firms.

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