- Attorney-at-law, Ukraine
Yaroslav Brych is an Associate at Queritius, and an attorney-at-law admitted to the bar in Ukraine.
He focuses on national litigation, commercial matters, private international law, and international arbitration. He assists clients in commercial, insolvency, corporate, banking and finance, real estate, land, administrative, and labour law issues.
Yaroslav worked for the highest judicial body in Ukraine for 2.5 years and uses this experience to assist clients in all matters of national and cross-border litigation.
Yaroslav also collaborated with the World Bank on the project “Unlocking judicial constraints to the finance sector. Caseload and efficiency analysis”. The project focused on specific bottlenecks to the resolution of financial disputes and covered institutional and procedural problems related to court and enforcement proceedings in Ukraine.
Yaroslav has more than 6 years of professional experience.Load more
- Acting for a Czech manufacturer against a major Ukrainian nuclear power-generation company in an arbitration proceeding under the Rules of Arbitration and Conciliation (Vienna Rules).
- Acting for a Czech manufacturer against a major Ukrainian nuclear power-generation company in an arbitration proceeding under ICAC rules.
REPRESENTATIVE EXPERIENCE | LITIGATION
- Advising a global financial institution and a well-known international financial organisation in a series of court proceedings with respect to the insolvency of Ukrainian sureties that belong to one of the leading East European steel producers.
- Advising a well-known international financial organisation on its claim before the Ukrainian Supreme Court and persuading it to apply English law.
- Advising Dutch individuals on questions of Ukrainian law for the purposes of court proceedings in the Netherlands.
- Advising a Ukrainian subsidiary of a global bank in a dispute with a dismissed member of the management board seeking reinstatement.
- Representing an international financial organisation in a dispute regarding the collection of a debt from a Ukrainian company through an out-of-court procedure.
- Representing a large Ukrainian telecommunications company in a commercial dispute on collecting a debt from a client.
- Representing an individual, one of the protestors captured and tortured by police after his participation in the Euromaidan revolution (Revolution of Dignity) in 2014, in the criminal proceedings brought against the police officers charged with torture.
- At the Grand Chamber of the Supreme Court, the highest judicial body in Ukraine, participation in the preparation of decisions and separate opinions in complex and sophisticated cases in corporate, banking, insurance, real estate, land, and administrative disputes.
- B. A. and M. A. in law, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Kyiv, Ukraine (2015, 2017 respectively).