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Chambers Europe and Chambers Global 2020 rankings

12 March 2020
Author: Natalia Pleskacheva
Mass media: Law Office news

On March 12, 2020, Chambers Europe published the results of the annual 2020 international ranking. The Bartolius Law Office was included in the list of the best law firms in Russia and received recommendations in two areas of law:

Litigation: Domestic Mid-Market, Band 2
Bankruptcy: Litigation, Band 3

Yuliy Tay entered the individual rating band 1 in the category Dispute Resolution: Domestic Mid-Market. According to experts the Managing partner Yuliy Tay advances to the top tier in the Russian litigation mid-market rankings. «He’s a heavyweight. He’s extremely experienced in litigation, he’s handled all sorts of cases. He’s also the most well-spoken lawyer in the market,» a source admires. «He tries to make the situation as comfortable for the client as he can,» another interviewee says; «he’s always looking for the best solution for his client.»

Ranking analysts note that what the team is known for Advances through the rankings this year due to increased visibility and market praise. Noted for its prominent debt recovery practice, the firm also acts on a broad range of mid-market commercial disputes, including corporate conflicts, real estate and construction disputes as well as liability cases. Regulatory disputes, including tax and antitrust disputes, are additional areas of activity. Represents a wide range of predominantly domestic clients, including private individuals.

In the «Restructuring: Litigation» the Rating noted Yuliy Tay, Managing Partner of the Bureau, and Dmitry Provodin, Head of Bankruptcy Practice, as well-known practitioners.
Earlier, in February 2020, the results of Chambers Global were summed up. According to the rating, Yuliy Tay was first noted in the individual ranking in the category Dispute Resolution: Domestic in Russia, Band 4.

Chambers Global assesses the work of law firms and lawyers individually in more than 190 countries. The rating is based on an in-depth study of international projects involving global market leaders, in contrast to the Chambers Europe rating, which focuses on a study of European law firms and lawyers.

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