INTEGRITES has been listed 36th in TOP 50 Most Innovative Law Firms in Europe, according to the Financial Times Innovative Lawyers Europe* Report 2019. The firm became one of the three Ukrainian law firms recognized by the ranking.
The following project work led by INTEGRITES received recognition in the ranking:
the Antitrust and Competition practice for PJSC FARMAK. The case featured successful appeal to the anti-monopoly authority in Ukraine and argument for the recognition of a domestic medical substances market for antihistamine precursors used by FARMAK to make allergy medication Diazolin.
Supervised by counsel at Antitrust and Competition department Serhiy Shershun, the team included associate Anna Garbar.
case led by the Energy and Natural Resources team for the Norwegian wind farm developer NBT. The case envisaged securing funding for the construction of the Syvash wind farm in southern Ukraine, the first non-recourse financing project in alternative energy in Ukraine.
Supervised by INTEGRITES Managing partner Oleksiy Feliv, the project team included partners Dmytro Marchukov, Igor Krasovskiy, Illya Tkachuk and Viktoriya Fomenko, counsels Gennadii Roschepii, Serhii Uvarov, Dmitriy Nyshpal, Vasyl Yurmanovych, senior associates Olena Savchuk and Krystyna Khripkova, associates Andrii Lasikov, Alina Trofimova, Olena Zhydenko, Yuliya Bleshmudt.
This year FT Innovative Lawyers Awards Europe received 750 submissions and nominations from over 163 law firms, legal service providers and other organizations from Europe. Entries have been scored for originality, leadership and impact.
*Over 14 years, the FT Innovative Lawyers Report has become one of the top legal rankings in Europe. Over the past decade, it has assessed legal innovation in over 50 different countries from over 500 unique law firms and over 550 company in-house legal departments. The FT Innovative Lawyers Report represents a unique analysis of the legal industry, assessing lawyers on their innovation both for clients and in their own businesses.