On 28 April 2015 GRATA International in pursuit of its expansion strategy to become a global law firm signed Memorandum of Understanding and Cooperation with Arzinger & Рartners, one of the leading law firms in Belarus. Cooperation with Belarus legal practice will provide GRATA International clients with comprehensive legal support in Belarus and other countries where Arzinger & Рartners has presence. The parties will put all efforts to integrate all processes and extensive expertise of both teams.
Arzinger & Рartners brief profile: Arzinger & Рartners was established in 1990 in Germany. Over time company’s offices were established in other countries such as Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Russia, Ukraine. In Belarus Arzinger & Partners opened its office in 2006 and became the first international law firm entering the Belarusian market of legal services. Arzinger & Рartners is one of the leading full service law firm in Belarus with focus on international investors in the area of energy, oil processing, telecommunications and construction. Arzinger & Partners is highly ranked by the international ratings such as Chambers Europe, Chambers Global, Legal 500, IFLR1000, Who's who legal, Corporate INTL.
Sergei Mashonski, Managing Partner, Arzinger & Рartners:
“The cooperation is an important step in the development of our firms. Such integration is a logical step forward in view of strengthening of various associations in the CIS countries, including the EurAsEC (Eurasian Economic Community). Our association is not limited to the post-Soviet countries and taking into account the experience of Arzinger & Partners in working with European companies, together we intend to expand our geographical presence in other countries as well.”
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