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41 SAKSAGANSKOGO STREET, 01033 KYIV, UKRAINE
Tel:
Work +380 44 494 27 27
Fax:
Fax +38 044 492 99 97
Email:
Web:
www.Lp.ua
Lavrynovych & Partners Law Firm, Arthur Kiyan, Kiev, UKRAINE

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Arthur Kiyan

Tel:
Work +38 (044) 494-27-27
Email:
Web:
lp.ua/en/artur-kiyan/
Lavrynovych & Partners Law Firm

Work Department

Dispute Resolution, International Arbitration, Bankruptcy and Restructuring, Corporate Law and M&A, Construction and Real Estate, Support of Current Activities, Labor Law, Intellectual Property

Position

Associate Partner

Career

Since 2006 Arthur has worked in one of the Ukrainian law firms. Arthur joined Lavrynovych & Partners Law Firm in 2009 and successfully completed all career steps.
Starting from January 1, 2018 was appointed as Associate Partner.
Mr.Kiyan specializes in matters of commercial and corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, protection of business owners and their assets from prosecution in criminal proceedings, acquisition of real estate, debt collection and is an expert in the field of bankruptcy. A significant part of his practice is a complex solution of litigation and international arbitration, where he represents the interests of Ukrainian and foreign clients.

Languages

Native in Ukrainian, fluent in English and Russian.

Education

National University of the State Tax Service of Ukraine. Qualification: Master of Laws.
Arthur has held the Attorney's Bar Certificate since 2008.


Ukraine

Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

Lavrynovych & Partners Law Firm is regarded as one of the strongest players in dispute resolution in Ukraine’, according to one client. Stanislav Skrypnyck leads the practice and associate Arthur Kiyan is also recommended. The firm acted for Dresfond Invest Limited in a $47m bankruptcy case that sought to include the client on the register of creditors.

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