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REVERA, Oksana Kotel, Minsk, BELARUS

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Oksana Kotel

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Litigation practice


Head of the Litigation practice, attorney at law


Since 2007 has been carrying out legal activities.
The author of numerous legal articles for professional and business Mass Media. Speaker on legal seminars and forums.
Has the license to carry out advocatory activities.
Head of the Litigation practice at present.
Oksana Kotel is recommended as the leading specialist in disputes resolution by the international guides “Chambers Global” and “Chambers Europe”, "Legal 500", "Who's Who Legal".
Takes part in World Bank research "Doing Business".


English, Russian


Minsk District Bar Association 


Graduated with honors from the Law Faculty of the Belarusian State University, specialization "Economic Law".
Completed the Mini-MBA educational program "Business MaximuM" organized by the consulting company "Zdes i Seichas".
License of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Belarus for attorney-at-law practices No.02240/2487 of June 25, 2013.


Dispute resolution

Within: Next generation lawyers

Oksana Kotel - Revera

Within: Dispute resolution

Revera fields a team with ‘a large number of experts’. Alexander Goretskycan be relied on to provide complex legal support for any case’, notably representing Kamena in a claim resulting in changes to judicial practice concerning the treatment of deposits in preliminary contracts. Practice head Oksana Kotel specialises in competition and IP matters.

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