Following CMS’s recent global promotion round, Nevena Radlova, Michal Andruszkiewicz, Cristina Popescu, and Olga Shenk were promoted to Partner, with Partners Gabriela Staber and Andrea Potz becoming Equity Partners.
Former Counsel Nevena Radlova, who made Partner in the firm’s Sofia office, focuses on commercial and regulatory matters. Radlova has been with CMS since 2008, starting as a Junior Associate. She was promoted to Associate in 2010, Senior Associate in 2015, and Counsel in 2019. Before joining CMS, she spent almost four years with the Stoeva, Kuyumdjieva & Vitliemov law firm as an Associate.
Former Counsel Michal Andruszkiewicz, who made Partner in the CMS Poznan office, focuses on energy and projects. Andruszkiewicz has been with CMS since 2011, starting as an Associate. He was promoted to Senior Associate in 2016, before becoming Counsel in 2018. Before joining CMS, he spent almost three years with Wardynski & Partners.
Former Senior Counsel Cristina Popescu, who became a Partner in the firm’s Bucharest office, focuses on commercial and regulatory matters. Popescu first joined CMS in 2004, as an Associate, before leaving the firm three years later to join Eversheds, where she spent almost eight years. In 2015, Popescu rejoined CMS as a Senior Associate and was promoted to Senior Counsel in 2019.
Former Counsel Olga Shenk, who made Partner in the CMS Kyiv office, focuses her practice on litigation and arbitration. Shenk joined CMS in 2015, as a Senior Associate, and was promoted to Counsel in 2019. Before that, she spent over nine years with Baker McKenzie.
Vienna-based Gabriela Staber, a new Equity Partner, has been with CMS since 2013 when she joined as a Senior Associate. She was promoted to Partner in 2018. Staber’s practice focuses on life sciences and healthcare and intellectual property.
Andrea Potz, who also became an Equity Partner in CMS’s Vienna office, has been with the firm since 2010. Potz became a partner in 2019. Her practice focuses on employment law.