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Ukraine: Sayenko Kharenko gets new antitrust partner

 |  January 3, 2016

Sayenko Kharenko has promoted Dmitry Taranyk to partner in the firm’s antitrust practice. The promotion will take effect from 1 January 2016 and will bring the total number of partners in the firm to nine.

Dmitry has over fifteen years of experience in advising clients on all aspects of the antitrust law, including merger control, concerted practices, abuse of dominance, monopolization and unfair competition. His practice covers antitrust matters in relation to multinational and domestic acquisitions, joint ventures with a particular focus on resolving complex antitrust disputes involving multinational companies and developing antitrust compliance programmes and policies.

Dmitry’s clients operate in a wide range of industries, from financial, consumer products, chemicals, agriculture and electricity to financial, insurance, pharmaceuticals, retail, technology, entertainment and shipbuilding.

In addition to the primary focus of Mr Taranyk on antitrust and competition matters, he has been extensively involved in the matters of corporate law, M&A, foreign investments and privatization.

Dmitry holds an LL.M. degree from Pittsburgh University Law School and a master’s degree with honours in international law from the Institute of International Relations, Kyiv Taras Shevchenko University Law School.

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