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CMS Cameron McKenna welcomes new Partner in Disputes Resolution and Compliance
CMS Cameron McKenna,
Kyiv, Ukraine, Monday, July 14, 2014
The partners atinternational law firm CMS Cameron McKenna are very pleased to announce that OlgaVorozhbyt has joined our Kyiv office as a Partner effective July 1, 2014. Olga previously headed the DisputesResolution practice at the Kyiv office of Chadbourne & Parke LLP. As part of the CMS team she will continue todevelop our litigation and compliance practice.
Olga`s experience indispute resolution includes pre-trial negotiations, representation of clientsat all levels in Ukrainian courts, as well as in arbitration proceedings bothin Ukraine and abroad. Her expertise also includes settling corporate conflictsand advising clients on problematic dismissals; she advises foreign and localclients on compliance-related matters including internal and externalFCPA-driven investigations, as well the mitigation of violations in Ukraine ofthe U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the UK Bribery Act.
Olga has beenrecommended as a specialist in dispute resolution by Legal 500, 2013 and 2008, and was included in the Best Lawyers 2014 publication in thefield of product liability litigation. She has also been consistentlyrecognized by the Ukrainian Law Firmsedition for her exceptional work in litigation 2011-2014, internationalarbitration 2009 and 2010, restructuring and bankruptcy 2013, and tax 2013 inUkraine.
The Managing Partnerof CMS Cameron McKenna`s Ukraine office, Daniel Bilak, commented that: “Olga`s joining fits with our strategic planto build a leading Dispute Resolution and Compliance practice to meet the needsof our clients in Ukraine`s volatile, but increasingly attractive market.”