Rules for operation

         Law Firm SeP&P is guided by international standards of quality legal and consulting services, as well as based on your own successful professional experience in various areas of law. The Bar Association "Law Firm "SeP&P" consists of highly qualified lawyers in the field of Ukrainian and foreign law. Imposing stringent requirements for quality of service, our law firm has developed and implements its own effective approach to protect the rights and interests of clients.

         Employees and partners of the company, and they are: the lawyers, lawyers, financiers, economists, accountants have extensive experience in government agencies and local governments, commercial organizations, research, public organizations and associations. This experience allows us to maintain and develop the high reputation that can effectively lobby for the interests of our clients, in all cases when it is necessary.

         Experience the Bar Association "Law firm "SeP&P" includes the provision of a full range of legal services in support of transactions M&A (mergers and acquisitions), business restructuring, investment analysis, transaction with real estate, debt recovery, including construction contracts and securities market, tax optimization of business, protection of copyrights and trademarks, legal service organizations.

         Interested parties may rely on the defense of their rights and interests in criminal, administrative and civil law. Unique legal experience of our company allows you to efficiently and at a lower cost to meet the challenges facing both dynamically developing enterprises and citizens in their daily lives.

In this regard, high quality services "SeP&P" provided as a result of compliance with impeccable employees, except the legislation of Ukraine, as well:

"Standards of independence of the legal profession of the International Association of Lawyers" (1990)

"Code of Ethics / Code rules of advocacy lawyers of the European Community /" (1988)

"Code of Conduct for Law Enforcement Officials" (1979)

"Basic Principles on the Independence of the Judiciary" (1985)

"Declaration of Basic Principles of Justice for Victims of Crime and Abuse of Power" (1985)

"Standard Minimum Rules of the United Nations concerning the administration of juvenile justice" / "The Beijing Rules" / (1985)

"Basic Principles on the Role of Lawyers", adopted by the UN Congress U111 (1990)

"Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners", adopted at the First United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders (1955) and others.