Ukraine: Sergey Pogrebnoy Held A Seminar For Students Of The International Institute Of Business
Last Updated: 6 July 2014

On 22 June, Sergey Pogrebnoy, litigation partner at Sayenko Kharenko, held a seminar entitled "Raiders: who they are?" for students of the International Institute of Business (IIB). The seminar participants included business owners, CEOs, top managers, general, financial and commercial directors.

In his presentation, Sergey Pogrebnoy addressed such questions as the difference between a corporate raid and a hostile takeover, external legal risks, corporate fraud avoidance and prevention, exposing a spy in the team, as well as all-around preparation for combating unfair competitors. After the presentation, the participants also discussed practical aspects of conflict resolution and potentially dangerous situations for the company.

Sergey Pogrebnoy has more than 16-year experience of practicing law and specializes in complex dispute resolution procedures, litigation, investment projects, corporate security, and corporate law. Mr. Pogrebnoy is named among notable practitioners in litigation according to Ukrainian Law Firms 2014  compilation by Yuridicheskaya Practika; ranked among country's top lawyers in litigation according to Clients' choice 2013 research by Yuridicheskaya Gazeta; and is recommended in litigation by Best Lawyers International 2014.

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