DLA Piper recognised as one of the leading law firms in Ukraine
DLA Piper has been recommended as a leading law firm in various practice areas by ‘50 Leading Law Firms in Ukraine 2013’ — a joint ranking produced by The Kommersant Daily and The Yurydychna Praktyka Weekly.
DLA Piper is ranked among leaders of the market, and the partners are ranked personally, for: land law — Natalia Kochergina, partner, is ranked first among the top five leading lawyers of the country in this area; media and entertainment — Natalia Pakhomovska, partner, is ranked among the top five leading lawyers in the country in this area, as well being named as a notable practitioner in intellectual property; and tax — Svitlana Musienko, partner, is named among other notable practitioners in this area.
The firm also entered the list of the top five leading law firms within land and real-estate law and was ranked 15th in a general overview of the top 50 law firms of Ukraine.
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