It’s not every day a Brussels law firm gets a phone call from a former prime minister of Ukraine. So when Mykola Azarov’s office rang them up one day in May 2014, the partners of Alber & Geiger took notice.
Azarov, who held office from 2010 to 2014, had a major legal headache: He had found himself on a European Union blacklist imposed in March 2014, and needed to get off it. Azarov’s assets in EU countries had been frozen, and he was subject to visa restrictions on EU travel.
His call for help was just one example of what has become …read more
Source: European Voice