Maksym Sysoiev has been promoted to Partner at Dentons in Kyiv, where, the firm reports, “he will focus on further developing and enhancing Dentons’ energy capabilities and offering in Ukraine."
Sysoiev has over ten years of experience in the Ukrainian energy sector. According to Dentons, “he regularly advises foreign and local companies with respect to various legal issues, including local and cross-border transactions, and represents clients’ interests before Ukrainian State authorities. He has deep industry experience in both conventional and renewable energy sectors."
‘‘I am honored to be a partner in the world’s largest law firm,” commented Sysoiev. “I look forward to working with my colleagues here in Ukraine and around the globe to further develop our Energy practice and provide top quality service to our clients.’’
Sysoiev has an LL.B. from the Jaroslav the Wise National Law Academy in Kharkiv and an LL.M. from the University of Pittsburgh. Prior to joining Dentons in 2015, he spent almost half a year with Gide Loyrette Nouel, three and a half years with the Paritet law firm, and two and a half years with the Marchenko Danevych law firm.
“Maksym’s admission to the Dentons partnership reflects his devotion to clients, deep knowledge of complex regulations, thorough understanding of the pulse of the Ukrainian energy market, as well as his commitment to the legal community,” stated Dentons Kyiv Managing Partner Oleg Batyuk. “I am delighted to congratulate him on achieving this important career milestone.”