Mykhailo Fliashchenko


Criminal Law and White Collar Crime

Mykhailo Fliashchenko specializes in criminal and anti-corruption law, White-Collar Crime, and business protection. With over a decade of experience, he has served as a court session secretary, worked in law firms, and held in-house legal positions at major industrial enterprises.

At Ario Law Firm, Mykhailo manages complex projects aimed at businesses protection from unlawful pressures by law enforcement agencies. His clientele includes large enterprises, financial companies, and automotive dealer networks like the official Renault dealer, Arma Motors, and the official Volvo dealer, Viking Motors.

He also represents clients in corruption cases involving members of parliament, officials of state-owned enterprises, law enforcement agencies, and business leaders. Additionally, Mykhailo advocates for companies from occupied territories in disputes against the Russian Federation.

Engaging in Pro Bono work, Mykhailo has been instrumental in cases such as securing the release of a Ukrainian woman and her newborn from a Hungarian prison. Wrongly accused of human trafficking, he led the defense efforts remotely from Ukraine, ultimately securing their freedom.


Before joining Ario Law Firm, he worked in legal associations and served as a courtroom secretary at the Pechersk District Court in Kyiv. Additionally, he held positions as an in-house lawyer in coal and energy companies.

At Ario Law Firm, he fulfills responsibilities by providing professional legal assistance to individuals and legal entities of both private and state ownership. He also represents and defends clients in criminal proceedings and dealings with law enforcement agencies.


Mykhailo holds a Master of Laws degree from the Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University.


  • Member of the Ukrainian Bar Association
  • Member of the European Business Association
  • Participant in the Volunteer Organization “Lawyers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.”


  • Representation and defense of clients’ rights in criminal proceedings
  • Protection of investments and businesses from unlawful actions of law enforcement officers
  • White-Collar Crime