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Vinge’s Eastern European Desk to host a seminar in Kiev

March 22, 2010

On 31 May 2010 Vinge’s Eastern European Desk together with the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC) will organize a seminar in Kiev on arbitration and M&A from an international perspective .

Speakers will include Johan Gernandt, Carl Gustaf De Geer, James Hope, Christer Söderlund, and Olga Zelepukina from Vinge, and Natalia Petrik  from the SCC,  Stockholm Chamber of Commerce.  

Further information about Vinge's Eastern European Desk.

For more details about the seminar, please email in English to kiev.seminar@vinge.se

Download the Invitation, in Russian

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