Aequo recognized in two categories in Financial Times’ Innovative Lawyers Europe Awards and Report 2022

13 Жовтня 2022

The 2022 Financial Times Innovative Lawyers Europe Report, published in October 2022 is a different take on success. The report is full of the initiatives demonstrating that the legal industry plays a transformative role against unprecedented global challenges.

Aequo is honored to have been recognised as a standout firm by the 2022 FT Innovative Lawyers Europe for its contribution to the Diia City regime elaboration in the category “Overcoming barriers to investment and financing”.

In addition, Aequo has been commended in the category “Responsible Business” for its legal support for the Ukrainian Global University, a unique educational initiative, aimed at providing access to quality education to rebuild Ukraine.

Also, this year’s report covers the Ukrainian lawyers’ view on the challenges of the Ukrainian legal market in times of war and rebuilding the country in the special story “Ukrainian law firms set for reconstruction”, in particular, highlighting Aequo’s support for business: 

·       Preparing for the rebuilding as well as potential reparations claims.

·       Successful litigation and arbitration, having secured compensation for Naftogaz against russian federation and its state-controlled energy company Gazprom.

·       Elaboration of the Diia City regime which has been boosting creative industries and military tech and AI start-ups, in particular.

The full report is available here

FT Innovative Lawyers Europe 2022 is a ranking, report and awards scheme for lawyers based in the region, which is celebrating the most innovative legal work from law firms and in-house legal teams operating across the region. The FT and its research partner, RSGI, have devised a unique methodology to rank lawyers on innovation. This year, the FT annual ranking of law firms is introducing a new, broader range of indicators to assess the success of commercial law firms. Innovation is still a key benchmark, but scores for people strategies, financial growth and profitability over three years, digital maturity, and client mentions have been added.