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Magnusson has launched in Ukraine, marking its third international launch this year after opening up in Berlin and Lithuania in February and March respectively. TheSwedish firm
DLA Piper has promoted 34 lawyers to the firm’s partnership globally, down 40 per cent from the 58 promotions made last year. Broken down by practice area, the litigation and
Taylor Wessing has merged with Austrian law firm e|n|w|c, gaining territory in the growing central and eastern European market as part of its strategy for international
Clifford Chance has relocated Moscow-based banking and finance partner Jared Grubb to its Kiev office. Grubb joins Kiev office head Nick Fletcher, bringing the total number of partners on the ground to two.
Baker & McKenzie has laid off eight staff members in its Kiev office, including three associates. Three associates were also made redundant in Baker's Moscow office. Baker & McKenzie follows other firms like German
Wolf Theiss is continuing its expansion in Central & Eastern Europe (CEE) with the launch of a new office in Kiev. The Austrian 320-lawyer firm has hired Gennady Khareyn to head the new office. Khareyn previously had
Salans has taken on the bulk of Ukrainian practice The Silecky Firm, until last month the ally of Squire Sanders & Dempsey, in a major boost to its Kiev practice. The deal will boost Salans’ local office to 30
Nörr Stiefenhofer Lutz has appointed a new head of tax at its Kiev office. The German firm hired Yuri Delikatny from KPMG to head the tax practice at its Ukraine office which launched three weeks ago.