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Vitaliy Odzhykovskyy Makes Partner at Sayenko Kharenko

Vitaliy Odzhykovskyy Makes Partner at Sayenko Kharenko

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Former Counsel Vitaliy Odzhykovskyy has been promoted to Partner with Sayenko Kharenko.

Specializing in tax, Odzhykovskyy has been with Sayenko Kharenko as a Counsel for over five years, having first joined in 2017. Before joining the firm, he was a Senior Counsel with WTS Consulting, from 2014 to 2017, and Senior Of Counsel with KM Partners, from 2013 to 2017. In 2011, he was a Junior Attorney at Baker McKenzie. Between 2009 and 2011, he worked as an Advisor at KM Partners. Earlier still, Odzhykovskyy was a Legal Counsel with Pari-Match, from 2007 to 2008.

"Historically, we invest a lot of effort and resources in building a strong team of professionals," Sayenko Kharenko Partner Vladimir Sayenko commented. "And every promotion within the company proves the correctness of our strategy. I am very pleased to welcome Vitaliy Odzhykovskyy to his new status, which reflects Vitaliy’s significant contribution to the success of our law firm. With the beginning of the full-scale Russian invasion, Vitaliy and his team showed the ability to adapt the work of the tax practice to new conditions and a conscious civic position in initiatives that help Ukraine bring victory closer and change it for the better. Therefore, this promotion is deserved and logical, despite the difficulties that the legal market and the entire country are facing today."

"For about five years, we have been successfully helping clients together and participating in important national projects," Odzhykovskyy added. "The war changed the emphasis and priorities in work, but the belief in our victory and making maximum efforts for it on the part of everyone did not change. The new role carries greater responsibility and new challenges, but I am sure it will be an interesting and productive experience."

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