Baker McKenzie has announced a number of changes to its leadership teams with immediate effect, including former Germany and Austria Managing Partner Constanze UlmeEilfort's r-becoming a member of the firm's Executive Committee and taking over as Chair of the firm's Diversity & Inclusion Committee from Claudio Prado.
Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners is reporting that Partner Gleb Bialyi, the Head of the firm's International Trade and Customs Practice, has joined the Public Council at the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine as a representative of the Ukrainian Bar Association. The new board of 35 members was approved on July 26, 2017.
KKLW has announced that Partners Jacek Kosinski and Michał Kurzynski are members of the Advisory Group to the Polish Ministry of Development and that, on Friday, July 28th, Poland's government accepted the new Public-Private Partnership strategy the Ministry prepared as part of its Strategy for Sustainable Development. According to KKLW, "the new PPP strategy aims to conclude 100 new public-private partnership agreements by 2020."
Asters is reporting that Counsel Dmytro Shemelin has been elected Deputy Head of Ukraine's new Arbitration Committee, established pursuant to the requirements of the new On Financial Restructuring law for dispute resolution within financial restructuring procedures in Ukraine. The Supervisory Board also approved Asters' Managing Partner Oleksiy Didkovskiy as an arbitrator within the financial restructuring procedure.
Sayenko Kharenko Counsel Oleksandr Nagorny has been appointed Deputy Chairman of the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukrainе and Avellum Managing Partner Mykola Stetsenko and Sayenko Kharenko Partner Vladimir Sayenko have been elected to its Public Council at the Committee's constituent assembly on February 24, 2017.
Acting on a contract with the Policy and Management Consulting Group, Nove Partner Urmas Volens has reviewed the Draft Law on Business Organizations of the Republic of Kosovo, which was prepared by the Government of Kosovo through a working group led by the Kosovo Ministry of Trade and Industry (with support from USAID Partnerships for Development).
The Njord law firm is reporting that the Government of Estonia has appointed Njord Tallinn Associate Partner Triinu Hiob and three other Estonian legal experts as members to the Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague, the oldest intergovernmental institution resolving international disputes between states, international organizations, and private parties.