Dmytro Golopapa

Dmytro Golopapa is a highly skilled transnational lawyer in area of financial dispute resolution and a partner of Ukrainian office of TCM Group International.

He has a significant experience of complex legal support of foreign economic and trade activities of various international corporations.

He has represented such big clients as BANK OF CYPRUS, ERSTE, ZEPPELIN, GELVORA, ABC-AMEGA, ING GROUP and a number of other non-disclosed international holdings and companies.

During the early years of career he worked as a head of projects in an international law firm, that has been recognized as a leader in trade finance, corporate and financial dispute resolution practices by various influential directories such as Chambers Global, Chambers Europe, Martindale Hubbell, IFLR 1000, HG.org, and Legal 500.

He successfully practices in such spheres of law as international commercial arbitration, litigation in local courts, enforcement of foreign arbitral awards, debt collection, portfolio management, international mediation and debt restructuring, international investigation of the fraudulent transactions, accounts receivables management.

Dmytro Golopapa: Publication

According to the analysis, conducted by Ukrainian Law Firms 2015, four transactions, overseen by TCM Group Ukraine, were included into the list of top 25 largest deals in the area of bankruptcy and debt restructuring in Ukraine….Read more

The Kyiv Post published results of the Ukrainian Legal Ranking made by «Legal Newspaper».
Lawyers of TCM Group Ukraine were named among the best in three areas of expertise:
Mr Denys Kopii in the practice of International Arbitration & Mediation
Mr Dmytro Golopapa in the practice of International Law & External Economic Activity
Mr Maksym Tkhorivskyi in the practice of Criminal Law and…Read more

Ukrainian Legal Awards Ceremony 2015 organized by «YURIDICHESKAYA PRACTIKA».

TCM Group Ukraine was among finalists in the nomination «Discovery of the Year».

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Companies often have commercial claims towards their foreign counterparties in the course of their work. If a dispute cannot be resolved by business partners themselves, companies have to refer it to a third independent party, such as a judge or an arbitrator.

Usually, a company-creditor submits a claim to a state court, in order to recover a debt from its counterparty. Certainly, this method o…Read more

What is an international commercial dispute?

It often happens that, in the course of doing business, one company makes commercial claims to another company. The fact that such claims have been already made shows the occurrence of a commercial dispute. However, if a dispute over certain financial issues arises between companies, operating in different countries, this dispute bec…Read more

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