In March results of Chambers, a respectable international law ranking with 30-year history, are usually published. Lawyers and law firms are ranked by several parameters, each of which is examined by a research group. Chambers has no points system.
The level of customer satisfaction is crucial factor, taking into account technical skills, diversity of experience, team stability and commercial approach. The research, which lasts for a year, includes interviews with those who are active in the market, mainly clients and other lawyers, as well as an assessment of recent work.
The Russian regional ranking of Chambers Europe 2020 lists 27 law firms located in Russia, apart from Moscow. The rating is divided according to area of law, and each section is divided into groups in descending order. First group has the best results. Furthermore, there is also a personal rating of lawyers besides a corporate one.
Chambers review on Advocates Bureau Yug:
Highly regarded firm based in Krasnodar, acting for a client base of significant domestic and international companies involved in commercial, corporate and shareholder disputes across Southern Russia. Regularly represents energy, construction and manufacturing corporates in supply contracts, real estate and damages disputes. Administrative disputes, including tax disputes, are a further area of recent experience.
Clients extol the firms proactive approach to projects. One enthuses: "They only come to me with solutions, not problems."
Sources further applaud the pragmatic insight the firm provides. "I like that they always give an honest evaluation of he prospects, so that we always know what to expect."
ABYs Managing partner Yuri Pustovit and Senior associate Sergey Radchenko were listed in the lawyers ranking, Brand 1 and Brand 2 respectively.
Clients review on Yuri Pustovit: “He has results-driven and pragmatic approach”, “he quickly reacts to our requests and can find effective solutions”.
Sergey Radchenko advises on a broad range of commercial disputes and receives praise for his analytical approach to cases. Sources describe him as "an incredible analyst, a great person and academic" as well as "very attentive to details; he can find things others miss".Вернуться