Integrites has announced that it has merged with Pravochyn Attorneys at Law. Both firms will operate under Integrites brand, which now – including Pravochyn founder Oleksandr Onishchenko, who joins as a partner ⎯ has 17 partners and 8 counsels.
According to an Integrites press release, "the merger is a logical continuation of Integrites strategy towards strengthening and expanding its practices, specifically one of its key areas – dispute resolution. Pravochyn’s experience in litigation will, no doubt, become a great asset, complementing the Integrites practices of cross-border litigation, international arbitration, white-collar crime, commercial mediation and tax litigation and affirming the firm’s leadership position. Furthermore, Pravochyn joining Integrites will strengthen the company’s industrial expertise, in particular in aviation and heavy industry helping us provide the clients with better quality services."
Pravochyn Founder Oleksandr Onishchenko joins Integrites as a partner.
Integrites Managing Partner Oleksiy Feliv said: “Our mission and key priority is to continuously improve the quality of satisfying our customers’ needs. That is why merging with Pravochyn is a part of consistent implementation of the firm’s strategy towards deeper specialization of practices. I am confident that extensive experience of the new team will provide an edge for our dispute resolution practice and help achieve our goal.”
For his part, Oleksandr Onishchenko commented: “Globalization trend in the legal market of Ukraine is not accidental, as the clients are becoming more demanding, willing to receive quality services from the best ones. I am convinced that the market is going through a period of active transformation to meet the new needs of the clients, which in conditions of stiff competition require particular attention and monitoring. I believe that we, at Integrites, will be able to implement much more complex and comprehensive projects that correspond to the professional qualities and expertise depth of the lawyers of JSC Pravochyn."