Moscow lawyers Nadia Goreslavskaya and Marina Tokunova, Prague lawyer Milena Hoffmanova, and Vienna lawyer Lukas Feiler have been promoted to partner at Baker McKenzie as part of the firm's global round.
Baker McKenzie describes Goreslavskaya as being “experienced in antimonopoly regulation, corporate law, and general commercial law matters,” and states that her “practice focuses on antitrust & competition, general corporate, and general commercial laws.” She graduated from the Moscow State University of International Relations and has been with Baker McKenzie since 2001.
Fellow Moscow lawyer Tokunova was promoted to Tax Partner at the firm. She is also a member of the firm’s Global Reorganizations Group. “Marina has extensive experience in advising Russian and multinational clients on complex tax issues, including direct and indirect (VAT) tax advice, tax advice for M&A, and corporate reorganizations, “ reported Baker McKenzie. Tokunova is a graduate from the State University Higher School of Economics and the New York University School of Law. Before joining Baker McKenzie, she worked as a Senior Tax Consultant in EY.
Hoffmanova is the Head of the Baker McKenzie Prague Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare group. “Her practice covers pharmaceuticals and healthcare matters, compliance, general commercial law, administrative law, as well as data protection and privacy law matters,” per Baker McKenzie. Hoffmanova studied law at the University of Limerick prior to graduating from the Law Faculty of Charles University in Prague in 2008. She has been with Baker McKenzie since 2005.
Lukas Feiler is the head of the IP and IT team at Baker McKenzie Diwok Hermann Petsche in Vienna. According to the firm, he “advises clients on data protection, telecommunications law, IT outsourcing, software licensing, cybersecurity, copyright, trademark law, patent law, and e-commerce matters,” and also works on “IP and IT aspects of mergers, acquisitions, financings, joint ventures, and reorganizations.” Feiler is a graduate of the Vienna Law School and was a visiting fellow at the Stanford Law School. Before joining Baker McKenzie, he worked with the European Commission and Wolf Theiss.
Goreslavskaya, Tokunova, Hoffmanova, and Feiler were promoted as part of Baker’s global round, which included a total of 81 partners in over 35 offices around the world. This grows the total number of partners worldwide to 1550. “Over 400 of these are women - the most of any law firm,” claimed Baker McKenzie. ”This year women make up almost 40% of the newly promoted cohort of 81 partners; The promotions take effect from July 1.”