Oleg Shveda is a lawyer who focuses on taxation issues, building strategy and tactics in court disputes and in relations of business entities with state authorities.
Describing the state of the legal services market in the context of quality of legal services provision, Oleh notes the high dynamics of changes in legislation and court practice in Ukraine and, consequently, the need for every lawyer to be in a state of permanent training.
"Without constant self-improvement and without, so to speak, "a hand on the pulse", the provision of quality legal services is simply impossible," says Oleg. - Once, during my university studies, I believed that the most important thing was to have a fundamental knowledge of all branches of law. "Knowledge of some principles easily makes up for ignorance of some facts" was how I thought back then. Now, looking back on my practical experience, I realize that this is not enough, because one has to pay attention to each legal institution, moreover, to each norm individually in their inseparable connection with law enforcement, while not forgetting retrospectively. Only then can one admit to oneself: "Yes, I am an expert in this matter".
"Soft skills without the extras" - Oleg characterizes himself succinctly. – «I love teamwork. I notice that I manage to find common ground with almost all types of temperament and character. And I think teamwork is more effective than individual because when discussing with a professional colleague the issue that bothers the client, we can look at it from different angles and find the best solution to the problem. Besides, teamwork enables you to control each other and prevent any mistakes».
Law is not the only passion of the young lawyer. Also, Oleg enjoys martial arts, football, rock music, and studying history.
Life credo: "Don't always say what you know, but always know what you say".