Alesya Pavlynska promoted to Counsel in Arzinger’s Labour and Corporate Law practices
Alesya Pavlynska has been with the company for over 12 years and specializes in labour law issues, Corporate and M&A. Alesya has been a key lawyer in all projects of German and German-speaking clients (within the so-called Arzinger German Desk) over the recent years. She is also Deputy Head of the Legal Committee and the HR Committee of the German-Ukrainian Chamber of Industry and Commerce, which represents the interests of German companies, organizations, associations and their Ukrainian partners.
Alesya Pavlynska has great plans regarding her new position:
“My path to becoming a counsel was not a quick take off but rather a logical and weighted decision. I came to the company as a student more than 12 years ago. Thus I thoroughly studied all the processes from the inside.
In my new position, I will continue to develop the labour law practice, which I have gladly been working on since 2006. Along with that, I will work on corporate law and M&A projects. In my opinion, this combination is quite logical. Having recently attended the IBA Annual Employment and Diversity Law Conference in Paris, I had a chance to speak to peers from different countries of the world: it is these practices that they often combine in their work. This is why I cannot doubt that this combination allows to work effectively on comprehensive business restructuring projects prior to and after transactions as well as to resolve issues with problem dismissals of top managers. Then again, these are “classical” practices, which are always in demand."
Timur Bondaryev, managing Partner at Arzinger, comments:
“Alesya actively works with German-speaking clients and is involved in complex multijurisdictional projects. She has versatile experience and is highly efficient. Besides, she understands very well the psychology and mentality of foreign clients. This already helps and will further help her in making a successful career.
Alesya is a good example of a gradual and confident career in our company, and we are very thankful to Alesya for staying with use through all these years. After all, in nurturing such strong specialists one must realize that they may be willing to choose another place for developing and succeeding in their personal ambitions. In fact, we are proud that employees have enough expertise within our company to obtain impressive skills and refine their professionalism side by side with strong specialists.”