Aminat Suleymanova, Managing Partner at AGA Partners, was included in TOP-100 best lawyers in Ukraine, according to research by Юридична газета "Choice of the Client. Top 100 Best Lawyers in Ukraine – 2017."
Besides, Aminat Suleymanova was noted among the leaders in agricultural and land law practices, international law / foreign economic activity, and family law. And Ivan Kasynyuk, Partner at AGA Partners, became one of the leaders in agrarian and land law practice.
We thank our clients and colleagues for their invaluable support and congratulate research participants with excellent results!
Aminat Suleymanova, Managing Partner at AGA Partners, spoke at the Agrarian Forum of Ukrainian Advocates’ Association on Legal Issues, where she told about the specifics of international commercial arbitration for agribusiness and how the knowledge of the English arbitration process helps in trade and dispute resolution in London.
Ivan Kasynyuk, Partner at AGA Partners, was the moderator of the session "Export of agricultural products: new opportunities or old problems? Trends in the development of legislation on the food and processing industry."
Agrarian Forum of on Legal Issues, held by Ukrainian Advocates’ Association, has become a platform for discussion of urgent and acute problems of agribusiness and legislative support for agrarian reform.
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