Ukrainian law firm ADER HABER possesses a comprehensive real estate offering, advising prominent domestic companies on managing their real estate portfolios and land bank extension matters, and supporting lease, property transfers, land use, as well as complicated real estate and land disputes. The team advised extensively on urban planning matters, being well-versed in complicated technical assignments. The firm acted for Public JSC Kyivgas in developing the procedure on issuing technical requirements for gas network connection in compliance with the new regulations of the “one-stop shop”. The firm advises its long-standing client MERX PJSC, a large construction and business centers lease holding, on a great variety of its investment projects and disputes. In 2021, the team represented a client in litigation challenging the property rights to an administrative building in the center of Kyiv acquired via the ProZorro platform. Alexandra Fedotova, real estate partner, is often noted as one of the most experienced dedicated professionals in the sector. The firm’s senior team includes Dmitriy Nikolov and Iaroslava Lahan. 

AEQUO, a Ukrainian full-service law firm, is at the front of the soundest deals on the real estate market, often representing large investors, developers, retailers, industrial and agribusiness business, private clients and family offices. The firm is on the top of the market in terms of M&A involving real estate assets, being consistently hired by major investment firms and real estate investors. Dragon Capital, a long-standing client, instructed the firm to advise UCPIH Ltd, a member company, and its co-investors  companies of Goldman Sachs Group, in respect of the acquisition of International Logistics Company LLC; on the merger of its portfolio company KMZ Industries with the elevator arm of Variant Agro Build. On behalf of the Ukrainian real estate investor Golden Gate 7, the team reviewed and drafted a sale and purchase agreement on the acquisition of a business center in Kyiv. The litigation team represented clients across significant disputes. For example, it defended Auchan Retail Ukraine in a dispute over the lease of a piece of immovable property located in Kharkiv; represented UMG Investments, a leader in the extraction of refractory clay in Ukraine, in a ground-breaking and precedent-setting series of land expropriation cases. The firm also has a well-established practice in real estate finance, most recently advised Dragon Capital on borrowing USD 12.5 million from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development to develop “green” real estate. Banking and finance partner Yulia Kyrpa is the practice head, guiding real estate M&A, real estate finance matters, debt restructurings involving real estate assets, and acquisitions of distressed real estate. Bohdan Dmukhovskyy, counsel, focuses on transactional advice and strong performance in due diligence exercises in real estate. In February 2022, Iurii Gorda, a professional experienced in commercial and industrial real estate, joined the practice team as a counsel from Gramatskiy & Partners.

ANTIKA Law Firm enjoys a consistent following of international and domestic business that is expanding its business in Ukraine. The team is experienced in comprehensive legal support of real estate development projects, purchase and sale transactions with commercial real estate, property and land lease. The firm assists with advising on engineering communications and connections. Senior partner Dr. Oleksiy Kot is the main point of contact. Vasyl Sheretko, senior associate, is another key figure.

Asters, the largest Ukrainian full-service law firm, has a respected real estate team advising on transfer and acquisition of real estate assets, land acquisitions, construction and lease. The team is a point of choice for major international investors seeking legal support with their business projects in Ukraine, spanning commercial, industrial, office, infrastructure areas. The firm advises Webuild (ex SaliniImpregilo S.p.A.), an Italian construction and civil engineering group, on the restructuring of its Ukrainian assets, and operations in connection with the disposal of Todini Costruzioni Generali, including public construction contracts, assets transfer, licensing issues and other local tax and legal matters. The firm’s recent portfolio includes structuring of land acquisition for production purposes, land source management, land lease. The firm’s clients include the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation Limited, Quinn Properties Ukraine, PRADA, Sotheby’s Inrealty Ukraine, the Ukraine Shopping mall in Kyiv, Ukraine Power Resources, Wine Bureau (Goodwine). The practice is led by two partners – Oleg Boichuk (estate transactions) and Roman Kostenko (construction and lease). Counsel Anzhelika Livitska was a very noticeable real estate practitioner over the last couple of years, especially within renewable energy projects.

The real estate and infrastructure practice of AVELLUM has a solid track record of share deals, property investment deals, and increasing workload of construction advisory. Over the last couple of years, the real estate team was called upon in joint investment projects, property disposal, land lease, lease right transfer, transport infrastructure construction. The highlight project was acting as a legal counsel to A-Development, one of the leading Ukrainian developers, on the construction of a real estate complex in the center of Kyiv in the form of a joint investment with a business partner. The firm advised Lactalis, a French multinational dairy products corporation, on acquisition of PJSC Bel Shostka Ukraine; conducted full scope due diligence of the Zavallivsky Graphite Group before acquisition by a major Australian graphite and gold exploration and development company called Volt Resources Limited. Other clients include EBRD, Investment Capital Ukraine, Concorde Capital. Maksym Maksymenko,  the firm’s partner, who heads the practice, became one of the top recognized practitioners on the market, developing international clients. Daryna Mykhailenko is the key team member.

Baker McKenzie has a reputed real estate and construction practice group advising an impressive list of clients, which includes developers, investors, financial institutions, contractors, operators, embassies, international institutions. The firm has a complete offering, being particularly often retained for real estate development and management, construction, real estate sales and acquisition, property lease. Having advised Swedish multinational conglomerate IKEA on the launch of its first offline store in Ukraine, the firm continued providing legal advice on a regular basis in respect of various matters arising during operations in Ukraine, inter alia, supported with opening a number of pick-up points (including mobile pick-up points) in various Kyiv locations; advised in respect of IKEA’s warehouse in Kyiv Region. The office also advised Amtel Properties, an international development company, on the sale of its Amtel office and logistics complex to Dragon Capital, and provided support in the sale of its residential development project located in close vicinity to Kyiv. Among other things, the team advised on the reforms to launch the farmland market in Ukraine and privatization matters. Clients include Amstar Europe, ArcelorMittal, McDonald’s Ukraine, La Societe des Centres Commerciaux, Unibudinvest Venture Fund, Bayer, State Property Fund. The real estate practice is led by two partners. Highly-reputed and experienced Serhiy Piontkovsky is praised for his long-standing commitment to the relationships role. Lina Nemchenko possesses unrivalled experience in guiding the team across structuring major office and shopping center acquisitions, property development projects and various land-related transactions.

The Kyiv office of CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang is well-positioned to handle real estate transactions, construction, industrial and greenfield development projects, lease matters. The firm’s recent activity covered properties in energy and heavy industry, infrastructure, logistics, hospitality, offices and mixed-use property. The firm has a notable finance capacity and acted on one of the first construction finance deals after a time of relative quiet on the real estate market, having advised Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego, the Polish national development bank, on a EUR 41.1 million loan to a Ukrainian developer for the purposes of financing the construction of RETROVILLE, one of the largest shopping malls in Kyiv. Another recognized strength is its established offering of construction and land matters pertaining to the energy sector. Another highlight in the past year was advising Air Products, a world-leading industrial gases company, on a proposed Ukrainian joint venture with ArcelorMittal, a leading global steel and mining company, on the construction of a large air separation unit, and advice on land acquisition, construction and regulatory matters. The team also commands expertise on hotel operational matters, review and negotiation of management contracts, lease agreements, franchise agreements and other agreements required to operate hotels and residences. Natalia Kushniruk is the practice lead partner and is particularly noted for her extensive transactional experience. Highly-referred practitioner Mykhaylo Soroka joined as a counsel from AEQUO in December 2021. 

Dentons is focused on large-scale projects in energy, infrastructure and transport sectors, often mandated for transactional work. The team is enlisted to handle real estate property management, property lease, industrial construction. The firm is highly active in the energy sector, and advises plenty of energy leaders on construction and land law matters within the auspices of implementation of their projects in Ukraine. For example, the firm acted for Dionis Biogas Energy LLC on the first biomethane project in Ukraine, which is located in Zhytomyr. Given the firm’s involvement in industrial M&A, the real estate practice regularly advises on the subsequent aspects of such deals, in particular, it provided Eksim Yatirim Holding A.S. with legal advice on real estate and land law matters in connection to the acquisition of a wind project in Ukraine. The practice is led by two partners – Volodymyr Monastyrskyy and Adam Mycyk.

Dictio, a Ukrainian real estate boutique, is rapidly developing its client roster spanning international and national companies from the construction field, investors and developers, suppliers and manufacturers of construction materials. The team is called upon to give comprehensive support for multi-staged industrial and residential construction, allotment, acquisition of land plots and land lease rights. In 2021, the firm represented Oniks Build, a leading Ukrainian construction company carrying out residential, commercial, industrial construction and reconstruction projects, in the construction of an apartment block in Kyiv’s Solomiansky District; acted for Dencher’s, a Ukrainian company and exporter of honey to European countries, regarding the allotment of a 1.8 ha land plot for the construction of a honey packaging plant. The long-standing energy construction project is comprehensive legal support to Electrum Ukraine regarding the construction of one of the Europe’s largest wind-power plants, which saw the first stage be put into operation in 2021. Olena Shtohryn, managing partner, is very active in the construction sector and property development.

Ukrainian law firm ESQUIRES has experience of acquiring land plots, land and real estate due diligence, transfer of rights on real estate objects. In 2021 the team acted in land disputes and litigation involving a contractor’s agreements with a state customer. Clients include RiverHouse LLC, Lithome Group Ukraine LLC, Aventus LLC, Progres LLC. The key partners are Oleksandr Shkelebey and Viktoria Kovalchuk.

EY Ukraine commands expertise in comprehensive infrastructure projects, commercial and corporate real estate transactions, independent business reviews within the financial restructuring projects. Over the last couple of years, the Ukrainian team was sought after for concession projects in Ukrainian sea ports, with the team gaining an extensive presence in PPP projects. The firm assisted the World Bank Group and IFC in performing a pre-feasibility assessment of a potential public-private partnership project in the healthcare sector in Lviv. The dedicated team also advises on real estate matters within M&A transactions and market entries, financial restructuring of debts. EY performed legal due diligence of the group of a Ukrainian chain of convenience stores operating more than 500 stores (Avrora Group) before the investment made by Horizon Capital, a leading private equity fund manager in Ukraine, and also advised the client in connection with the performed investment. Borys Lobovyk, Bogdan Malniev and Kateryna Oliinyk are the core contacts. 

Attorneys’ Association Gestors is experienced in advising foreign investors in Ukraine. The firm consistently acted for McDonald’s Ukraine on negotiations and approval of agreement of the leasing of non-residential premises with one of the main trade and entertainment centers of Kyiv. Andriy Tsvyetkov, managing partner, is the main contact.

Ukrainian law firm GOLAW provides an extensive offering for renewable energy construction projects, as well as real estate lease and construction. One of the firm’s clients, KBBP Management, and its Ukrainian subsidiary, the Khmelnytskiy biofuel power plant, hired the team to represent challenging the refusal of the State Architectural Inspection to issue a construction permit for the development of a large-scale biomass power plant; advised Enkom a.s., a Czech EPC contractor, on matters related to construction activities in Ukraine and contractual relations with the contractor PJSC Teploenergomontazh. The team advised Ubisoft Ukraine on the leasing of commercial real estate for the client’s needs. Sergiy Oberkovych and Max Lebedev are lead partners.

Gramatskiy & Partners is a long-standing Ukrainian real estate market player acting on the complete range of instructions across commercial, residential, industrial, HoReCa, leisure, social and municipal infrastructure. The firm has well-established relations with the largest developers, prominent construction companies and contractors. The firm’s extensive portfolio includes large-scale long-lasting projects. For example, representing Seven Hills and contractors on the construction of a modern business park called the Airport City office and logistics complex (business park) with developed infrastructure near Boryspil Airport along Boryspil Highway; acting for Komiset LLC, Garden Bay Resort LLC and Kan Development Group on restructuring and re-launching the project of Garden Bay Resort LLC. The firm renders a full-circle offering for retail businesses. In particular, the dedicated team assisted the reconstruction of large halls at Darynok Market Mall. In addition, the firm regularly acts on the most prestigious construction of residential premises projects, among others, supported construction of the Avenue VIP residential complex with in-built public function premises and parking areas in Kyiv. The firm’s founder, Ernest Gramatskiy, is very well-connected in the real estate community and guides the most challenging projects undertaken by the firm. Other important key members include Denis Boginich, Yegor Ignatichev and Ihor Kasianov. 

Being primarily known as a dispute resolution law firm, Ilyashev & Partners has rapidly developed its real estate and construction practice, performing regulatory assignments and transactional work. The practice team advises on real estate acquisitions and privatization matters, also supporting the commissioning real estate objects. The firm advised a consortium of investors on the process of acquiring a 100% stake in the First Kyiv Machine-Building Plant JSC (formerly the Bolshevik Plant) at a privatization auction. Property rights litigation and regulatory disputes are another strong side of this team. The firm represented Ukrrichflot on protecting property rights on real estate assets in Dnipro; represented a sport school of an Olympic sailing reserve in  protecting its property rights in Kyiv. Dmytro Hrybov took on the position of practice head. Artem Mikhailov is another key practitioner.

INTEGRITES has a well affirmed niche of advising international clients (EMERGY AS, previously NBT AS, Total Eren, Scatec Solar, EuroCape, LongWing, GE Capital and VLC Renewables, Wärtsilä) on their renewable energy projects in Ukraine, offering sector specific construction and land law advice. The full-service firm is called upon to advise on industrial construction and reconstruction projects, contractual matters, acquisitions and sale, leasing. The firm advised Kovalska Group, a leading construction materials manufacturer and property developer in Ukraine, on creating a joint venture with Unit Holdings on construction of commercial premises at Unit City, the first innovation park in Ukraine; acted for QPartners, a multidisciplinary investment group, Ihor Sikorskyi Kyiv International Airport operator, on the concession of the airdrome part of the airport which is owned by the municipality. Dr. Oleksiy Feliv, managing partner, heads the practice. He is widely recognized in energy and real estate circles. 

JN Legal, a Kyiv-based real estate boutique, has vivid strength in supporting development projects, rendering clients with wide-ranging advice on land regulation, construction, land tax structuring. The firm is sought after by big Ukrainian construction companies, retailers, logistics centers, hospitality operators, private investors. The recent workflow also includes property seizure  litigation, privatization, and expansion activities of major retail operators, construction residential premises and reconstruction of buildings in the Ukrainian capital. The team is enlisted by various stakeholders and develops appropriate legal mechanisms of their interaction within investment projects. The firm’s partners, Ian Levitas and Sergiy Dakhnovskiy, are greatly involved in project work and are the main point of contact. 

In June 2021, DLA Piper Ukraine joined Kinstellar, having established an amalgamated real estate, construction and planning practice. The big team is instructed by multinational clients for handling transactions and expansions in Ukraine, as well as significant energy and infrastructure projects. As the firm is greatly involved in large-scale infrastructure projects, it advised Qatari port operator QTerminals WLL on various land allocation matters, title registration, construction regulatory matters with regard to modernization of Olvia port; advised one of Ukraine’s leading road construction companies, Automagistral-Pivden (AMP), with regard to the EUR 2.5 billion Krakovets – Lviv – Brody – Rivne motorway project. Another highlight was advising Cargill on its acquisition of a 51% shareholding in the Neptune Grain Terminal at Pivdenny seaport, Odesa Region, on the Black Sea. The standout feature of the firm’s offering is leasing matters in retail, IT, and the luxury industry. For example, the firm supported the landlord in the extension of a long-term lease with Dior for its nearly 500-square-meter premises in a historical building in downtown Kyiv. In 2021, the firm joined the panel of selected advisors to the State Property Fund of Ukraine on large-scale privatization. The key individuals are Natalia Kochergina and Oleg Matiusha. 

KM Partners assists with land law regulations, due diligence, lease matters, land and construction disputes, providing support during inspections by supervisory authorities. The firm rendered full tax and legal support to a Ukrainian developer of the project on financing construction of a cottage village in the suburbs of Kyiv; handled legal due diligence of an oil-extraction plant and transshipment terminal of vegetable oils and grain products, representing the interests of the Ukrainian subsidiary of a large international grain trader. Maxim Oleksiuk is the lead partner.

KPD Consulting has a long-standing presence on the Ukrainian real estate market, retained by international clients on construction projects, lease of office premises and production facilities; sovereign foreign states, and banking and investment institutions with respect to real estate, construction and collateral matters. The team was mandated to conduct legal due diligence of a land plot and a facility – a prospective site for construction of a McDonald’s restaurant; provided Solclouds LLC, a subsidiary of an Israeli IT Company, with comprehensive legal support in due diligence of several land plots in Kyiv Region, purchase of a land plot designated for construction of residential town houses, drafting the construction contract and joint venture agreement. One of the firm’s established clients, DCH, engaged it for the review of its bank of industrial lands exceeding 500 ha in eastern Ukraine. Another notable project was handling legal due diligence of the site with unfinished hotel construction in the old city of Uman near the protected grave of Tsadik Nachman – the place of pilgrimage of Hasidic Jews, representing Market Development Group. Vladyslav Kysil is lead partner, one of the most referred real estate practitioners over the last couple of years.

KPMG Law Ukraine provided legal advisory and transactional support, unifying extensive experience in regulatory, due diligence, industrial construction. The team provided UK-2, one of the biggest IT companies in Lviv Region, with a lease agreement; acted for Xian Electric Engineering Co. with obtaining a construction license for non-resident companies performing construction works under a EPC contract, and acquisition of a Ukrainian legal entity with an existing construction license, and advised on negotiations with state-owned company for construction of an electricity grid. The firm is consistently present in research projects, most recently advised group of companies Autostrada, Ukravtodor on legal and regulatory framework related to road construction in the EU in order to implement such practice in the Ukrainian legal framework. Sergey Popov and Yuriy Katser are the key contacts.

Legal & Economic Security (LES) renders legal support of construction of residential premises, regulatory and urban planning, as well as regulatory disputes appealing limitations. The firm acted for its clients appealing the  decisions controlling construction authorities, including those of cultural heritage protection and limitation of altitude. In a recent highlight the firm represented the Training Production Enterprise № 3 (Uvp-3) of the Ukrainian Association of the Blind in its dispute with the State Architecture and Construction Inspection of Ukraine to cancel certain provisions and urban planning limitations. Serhiy Kolisnyk, managing partner, is the practice head.

Being a vivid Ukrainian law firm supporting M&A and financial deals, Redcliffe Partners was particularly active in the renewable energy and infrastructure sectors, ensuring seamless advice of subsequent real estate aspects. The team advised Nebras Power with respect to due diligence and acquisition of a number of operational solar power projects in Ukraine, in particular, full-scope legal due diligence of target companies, including numerous real estate assets involved in operational power plants, property, land and construction matters. The largest project finance deal in the infrastructure sector of Ukraine was advising EBRD and IFC on two extended parallel senior secured loans to M.V. Cargo to finance the construction of a new private grain terminal in Ukraine’s Black Sea commercial port Pivdenny. The real estate practice included regulatory construction assignments, support with privatization, acquisition of land lease rights, reconstruction of commercial property. Svitlana Teush, lead partner, heads real estate and construction practice as well as renewables and electricity team.

Notable real estate practice at Sayenko Kharenko advises solid international and domestic clients on acquisitions and disposals, property and land lease, investment and construction arrangements, regulatory clearances. Furthermore, given the strong positions in the renewable energy sector, the team commands sector specific expertise within subsequent projects life circle. For example, it advised DTEK Renewables on the construction of Tiligulska wind power plant. In a recent highlight, the firm advised Auchan Ukraine on various real estate investment issues, regulatory, land matters; acted for R1 Group, the leading development company in Zaporizhzhia, on due diligence of construction project documentation. Being proficient in litigation, the firm regularly represents clients in disputes, most recently it won a high-profile case against the Asset Recovery and Management Agency of Ukraine (ARMA) in the Supreme Court, which contested an unlawful sale of the land plots owned by Auchan and Ceetrus. The practice partner is Svitlana Gurieieva, renowned for her previous in-house experience in Auchan Retail Ukraine. The infrastructure expertise and construction contentious matters are led by counsel Volodymyr Yaremko. M&A partner Oleksandr Nikolaichyk guides large-scale M&A deals involving commercial properties and investment into real estate.

TOTUM is a Ukrainian real estate boutique offering a complete range of services in this field, being preferred by investors and developers, engineering companies, retailers, machine producers, etc. The firm has a recognized strength in urban planning advice and remained among the top referenced teams working on land law regulation, disposal and lease in the Ukrainian capital and vicinity, investment in expanding industrial and office premises, reconstruction of buildings. The firm is also highly active in supporting large-scale construction projects in Kyiv. For example, arranged full legal support to Lystopad 27, a company performing construction of restaurants for McDonalds in Ukraine; acted for pharmaceutical company Farmak assisting with land plot property rights and land lease. Aventus Group hires the team to assist with land regulations in terms of further investment in construction. In addition to a very-well established advisory on land duties and fees, issues of cultural heritage and city planning regulations, in 2021 the firm actively developed advisory in the field of environment. Selected clients include KAN, Industrial and Construction Group Kovalska, Agromat, KDD Engineering, TECHIIA Holding, Borshchahivskiy CPP. The team is led by two partners, both of whom are highly involved in projects work. Yuriy Khapko is well-versed in handling construction projects. Bogdan Yaskiv is in front of sophisticated land mandates.

Vdovychen & Partners has a broad advisory practice advising on construction and reconstruction matters in the city of Kyiv. In a recent highlight the firm supported its clients as general contractors in conducting tender procedures with subcontractors, and provided assistance in participation in tender procurements for infrastructure construction services. Further, the team rendered full legal support in reconstruction of the building of trade and office center in the center of Kyiv. Oleg Vdovychen and Andrii Molchanov are the main points of contact.

Wolf Theiss is a consistent choice for European business on its real estate transactions, industrial construction projects, and further handles real estate dispute resolution matters. The Kyiv office advised Uniqa Real Estate on the sale of an office building in the historic part of Kyiv to NEST, a leading Ukrainian real estate developer. Another notable representation was representating the British investor of Kyiv Terminal, Mr. Tamaz Somkhishvili, in the High Commercial Court of Ukraine in connection with a major real estate investment dispute with the city of Kyiv and its municipal authorities concerning compensation for the client’s losses sustained as a result of the cancellation by the city authorities of a real estate investment project for the construction of a road junction and infrastructure that the client was involved in. The team advised Flextronics International Kft specializing in manufacturing household appliances, industrial machinery, semiconductors and other electronic components, on land law issues in connection with the cancellation of the land moratorium in Ukraine and the possibility to acquire agricultural land. Taras Dymuch, managing partner, heads the practice team.

Arzinger is referred as a notable legal counsel for real estate acquisitions and commercial property lease. Managing partner Timur Bondaryev has been very active in this practice for many years.[1]

Regional Counsel

Odesa-based law firm AS Legal commands expertise in supporting construction of large infrastructure facilities, multi-apartment residential complexes, government relations, and is visible in contractual disputes. Industrial construction in the energy sector is the highlight project of 2021. Another representation includes supporting LLC ST Capital for the construction of the Sapphire, an elite residential real estate complex; advised LLC Nayada-Service, a building company, which acts as the general contractor of the major developers in Odesa, on its contractual activities. Maksym Andrieiev, managing partner, heads the practice.

Law Firm De-Jure, which is located in Odesa, has a sharp focus on supporting property transactions. This past year the firm assisted its clients with acquisition of land plots, property buy-out, due diligence, contracts for constructing multi-stage residential premises, attracting finance for construction projects. Grygorii Tripulskyi and Ivan Topor are the main contacts.

Dominanta is a known legal counsel in Odesa, being involved in real estate transactions, investment in construction of significant residential, shopping and entertainment complexes. The firm acted for Galaxy Group, one of the biggest taxpayers and employers in Armenia, in the USD 21 million purchase transaction for a shopping center in Yerevan; Degas Group, an asset management company in the field of development, beach and restaurant services and lending, in the construction and launch project of New Europe Residential Complex, Greenwich Park Residential Complex, the unique first inclusive beach in Ukraine’s Odesa. Private clients and foreign investors choose the firm for delivering long-term support of real estate investment projects in Ukraine. The practice is led by Maksim Kobzov. 

Odesa-based law firm Jurline consistently represents the leading construction companies in Odesa Region, assisting with projects in commercial and industrial real estate. In addition to construction process, the firm handles respective transactions, ensuring development of financial and tax structure of transactions. Among the representative clients are ZARS, Kadorr Group, TIS, TIS-Grain, TK ALMI and others. Nina Rizun is the practice head.

Rezultat Law Firm, which is based in Cherkasy, conducts legal support of projects on urban planning documentation, land plots allocation and use, commissioning of residential and non-residential premises. The team’s recent portfolio takes in support of extending lands banks, land plots acquisitions, and a number of regionally important industrial construction projects. For example, the team assisted its client Adana 3 LLC with proper urban planning documents and land plot in connection with the ongoing construction of a production facility for processing and freezing berries; advised Granex-Cherkasy LLC in the project to construct a vegetable store. Maxim Polishkevych and Liubov Polishkevych are the main contacts.

Shkrebets & Partners, Kharkiv-based law firm, represents its clients in a variety of property and lease rights disputes, contractual disputes regarding undue performance of obligations. In addition to experience in supporting significant industrial construction, the firm also supports construction of residential premises in Kharkiv. The firm is a point of choice for municipal enterprises Kharkiv Zelenbud and Kharkiv Zoo. The practice is led by Anton Martynenko.



[1] The firm has not submitted information for the current research.