Nataliya Mykolska and Olena Perepelynska were promoted to counsels with Sayenko Kharenko law firm

Sayenko Kharenko, a leading transactional and dispute resolution law firm, is pleased to announce the promotions of senior lawyers Olena Perepelynska and Nataliya Mykolska to counsels with the firm.

Nataliya Mykolska focuses on all aspects of international trade including cross-border trade transactions and contracts, trade financing, agency and distribution, franchising and other matters. Nataliya specializes in trade protection measures (anti-dumping, anti-subsidy, safeguards) and successfully represents both exporters and domestic industry in Ukraine and abroad. She regularly counsels global companies and national industries on the application of WTO rules in Ukraine and has market-leading experience in advising and representing private sector interests WTO dispute settlement. Nataliya is a country expert of the International Distribution Institute (IDI) on franchising in Ukraine. Nataliya Mykolska is named among top 5 lawyers in Foreign Trade by Ukrainian Law Firms 2011; recommended by The International Who's Who of Trade & Customs Lawyers 2010 and The International Who's Who Legal: CIS 2011 in Trade & Customs.

Olena Perepelynska has an established reputation and expertise in the field of international commercial arbitration. Olena has acted for Ukrainian and foreign clients in more than 50 arbitral proceedings under a variety of arbitration rules (GAFTA, ICAC Kiev and ICAC Moscow, ICC, LCIA, LMAA, SCC, UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules and others) seated in Kiev, Lausanne, London, Moscow, Paris, Stockholm and Vienna. She is Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (MCIArb) and listed as recommended arbitrator of the Kazakhstani International Arbitrage, Vilnius Court of Commercial Arbitration, the Court of International Commercial Arbitration attached to the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania, Arbitration Court at Association of Ukrainian Banks. Mrs. Perepelynska routinely represents clients in arbitration-related matters before Ukrainian courts.

“In making this promotion, we are recognizing the significant contribution that Olena and Nataliya’s have made to the development of our clientele and practices. We have the utmost confidence that their experience will help us meet growing market demand for these highly-specialized areas of practice” – comments Michael Kharenko, Managing Partner with Sayenko Kharenko.

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