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Schoenherr Appoints Seven New Partners in Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, and Slovenia

Schoenherr Appoints Seven New Partners in Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, and Slovenia

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Poland's Weronika Kapica and Daria Rutecka, Romania's Adina Damaschin and Mara Moga-Paler, Serbia's Zoran Soljaga, Slovakia's Michal Lucivjansky, and Slovenia's Peter Gorse have all been appointed to Partner positions with Schoenherr.

Kapica is a specialist in the banking and financial services regulatory, finance, and corporate finance areas. She has been with the firm since 2016, when she joined as an Associate.

Rutecka focuses on intellectual property and technology, corporate and M&A, data protection, and unfair competition. She has been with the firm since 2015, starting off as an Intern.

Damaschin primarily deals with finance. A former Counsel, she joined Schoenherr in 2014. Before that, she spent three and a half years with Noerr, a year in-house with OMV Petrom, three years with Wolf Theiss, and two years in-house with HVB Bank Romania.

Employment expert Moga-Paler has been with Schoenherr since 2018. Head of Employment at the Bucharest office, she previously spent over five years in private practice as well as over eight years with Clifford Chance.

Soljaga focuses his expertise on EU and competition areas of law. He has been with the firm since 2016, having previously spent seven and a half years with Serbia's Commission for the Protection of Competition.

Lucivjansky specializes in regulatory, competition, and EU & foreign trade. He has been with Schoenherr since 2009 when he joined as a Paralegal.

Gorse is a corporate and M&A expert. He has been with the firm since 2019. Before that, he spent four years with Ulcar & Partners.

"These appointments stand as a testimony to our strong ability to develop and grow exceptional talent," Managing Partner Alexander Popp commented.

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