Firm Profile > Alekseev, Boyarchukov & Partners > Kiev, Ukraine
Alekseev, Boyarchukov & Partners Offices
11, SHOTA RUSTAVELI STR.,
Alekseev, Boyarchukov & Partners > Firm Profile
Alekseev, Boyarchukov and Partners is one of the leading law firms in Ukraine. It is well-known at the market due to its highly professional experience in representing clients in questions of bankruptcy and debt restructuring, corporate management, litigation and settlement of disputes in courts of arbitration.
The law firm began in 2005 when Sergey Alekseev and Sergey Boyarchukov founded Alekseev, Boyarchukov and Partners. A few years later in November 2014, Sergey Alekseev left the company as he was elected to the parliament of Ukraine of the eighth convocation as a people’s deputy, leaving management to his partner Sergey Boyarchukov.
Moreover, at the end of 2017 the company went through the biggest merger on the Ukrainian market – with another law firm Trusted Advisors. This merger has consolidated the experience of the two strongest judicial teams on the Ukrainian legal market while strengthening the company’s value to its market position in the provision of services.
Nowadays, the company consist of 40 lawyers and is operated by Sergey Boyarchukov and five newly appointed partners, who are in charge of particular practices according to their specialisation in their own practices: Maxim Boyarchukov, Vladyslav Novakovsky, Artem Podolskiy, Vladyslav Rieznikov and Oleksandr Tkachuk.
Areas of practice
Alekseev, Boyarchukov & Partners’ team consists of qualified professionals with a deep knowledge of the local business environment, alongside vast experience in multiple jurisdictions and complex legal issues.
The firm’s clients range from a variety of small, entrepreneurial companies to large foreign and Ukrainian companies. The main emphasis of the firm lies on corporate disputes, banking disputes (recovery of bad debts, enforcement proceedings and bankruptcy), commercial disputes, and clients’ protection in courts of general jurisdiction, as well as criminal law and taxation issues.
|Dispute resolution||Vladyslav Reznikov|
|Dispute resolution||Oleksandr Tkachuk|
|Dispute resolution||Maksim Boyarchukov|
|White-collar crime||Igor Samoletov|