Chambers Europe 2020 recommends Vasil Kisil and Partners


Chambers Europe 2020 recommends Vasil Kisil & Partners in the following practice areas: corporate/M&A, dispute resolution, international arbitration, WCC, labour and employment, real estate, and taxation.   

The Labour & employment practice group has been top ranked since 2010. The clients say: “We engage them in our most complicated cases, and in all cases, they helped us find solutions.” 

The publication honours partner Oksana Voynarovska and counsel Valeriya Savchuk.

The dispute resolution practice group has been top ranked for 13 years in a row. The interviewees highly recommend  Andriy Stelmashchuk, Managing Partner at Vasil Kisil & Partners: “He always ensures a very well-balanced approach to problem solving.”

The Real estate practice group led by  Alexander Borodkin is top ranked and highly commended by the clients: “Vasil Kisil & Partners did a very good job, not only in terms of legal advice, but also as a mediator and skilled communicator.” Alexander Borodkin “is deal-oriented, constructive and is very calm,” a client says.

The Corporate/M&A team is recommended for extensive experience in corporate governance and corporate restructuring. Partner Volodymyr Igonin “is client-oriented and consistent in attending to clients’ needs,” the interviewees say. 

Chambers Europe praises the professional Tax litigation team led by partner Andriy Stelmashchuk. The interviewees speak highly about counsel Tetyana Berezhna: “She is open-minded, really good communicator who always meets deadlines.”

The guide recognises partner Oleg Alyoshin and the International arbitration practice group led by him. Associate Vasylyna Odnorih is recognised as a promising lawyer for her active involvement in the firm’s high-profile international arbitration projects.

The WCC practice group is highly recommended for its rapidly growing presence in the market.

Chambers Europe is one of the most well-known and reputable legal directories that provides an annual legal market review in 52 jurisdictions. In Ukraine, the editorial office of the guide conducts numerous surveys among lawyers and their clients, researches project-specific information and analyses legal business development trends.