Who's Who Legal has completed its annual independent research for Asset Recovery category. According to the guide a few Partners of Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners have been ranked among leading experts in Asset Recovery both in Russia and Ukraine.
Moscow-based International Arbitration and Litigation Practice Partners Sergey Kovalev, Dmitry Dyakin and Managing Partner in St. Petersburg Ivan Smirnov are ranked among highly recommended professionals in Russia.
Sergey Kovalev is a highly qualified professional having extensive experience in dispute resolution, including resonant bankruptcy and asset recovery cases. Sergey is also an international arbitrator of the International Commercial Arbitration Court at the European Arbitration Chamber.
Dmitry Dyakin specializes in litigation and international arbitration, particularly in disputes involving state monopolies and companies with foreign investments in oil & gas, banking and construction sectors.
Ivan Smirnov is one of the most famous Russian experts in dispute resolution, specializing in litigation, competition law, international trade, real estate, and regulations. He is a member of the Russian Federation's Ministry of Justice Law Enforcement Advisory Board.
In Ukraine the guide top ranks Managing Partner, Head of International Arbitration and Litigation Practice of the Firm in Ukraine Serhii Sviriba who has become one of only two lawyers recommended for Asset Recovery in this jurisdiction.
Serhii Sviriba is an exclusive representative of an asset recovery international network ICC FraudNet in Ukraine and has extensive experience in corporate fraud and international asset tracing.
Who's Who Legal is an independent research that has been identifying the foremost legal practitioners in 34 areas of business law and featuring over 16,000 of the world’s leading private practice lawyers in over 100 countries since 1996. In 2015, Who's Who Legal: Asset Recovery selected 340 practitioners from 202 firms across 74 jurisdictions as leading experts in this practice area.