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By Yulya Stusova, Artur Wolf
Unfortunately, this is not the news that clients include so-called discriminatory conditions into their tender documentation.
By Ihor Kravtsov
The mortgage is not only the main part of the collateral instrument but also is a key element of loan agreements and legal matters related thereto.
By Serhiy Yaroshenko
It has been over a year now since the final awards of the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce were rendered in the disputes upon the claim of NJSC "Naftogaz of Ukraine" vs OJSC "Gazprom".
By Ihor Kravtsov, Yulia Shyshka
It has been written a lot about land moratorium in Ukraine. Our colleagues published professional articles as recently as last year, arguing that the moratorium was an unjustified obstacle in exercising property right to land.
By Ihor Kravtsov
Similar to many other states, gov­ernmental power in Ukraine is divided into three branches: leg­islative, executive and judicial.
By Andriy Reun
VAT refund has always been a painful cashflow issue for Ukrainian businesses.
By Kateryna Breduliak
The Law No1414 «On financial restructuring» came into force in autumn 2016. Since then 25 cases were initiated resulting in restructured debts for the general amount of USD 1,35 billion
By Sergiy Donkov
The Verkhovna Rada (Ukrainian Parliament) adopted the Code of Ukraine on Bankruptcy Proceeding (the Code) on 18 October 2018.
By Evris Law Firm
The working location of Evris law firm can be identified as an office of a law firm by the number of people wearing business clothing
By Yan Akhramovych
Hundreds of thousands of apartments were commissioned in Ukraine according to the results of 2017-2018.
By Sergiy Benedysiuk
Ukraine lags behind in many international business environment rankings. Entrepreneurs complain that the reasons are stringent currency legislation, over-regulation, as well as other factors hindering economic activity.
By Yulya Stusova, Yulia Shyshka
On December 20, 2018 the Ukrainian Parliament repeatedly prolonged so-called land moratorium for the next year. At the same time, the Constitutional Court de facto abstracted from assessment
By Sergii Papernyk
This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to Fintech law in Ukraine. It will cover open banking, regulation of data, cryptocurrencies, blockchain, AI and insurtech.
By Maksym Zamikhovskiy, Victoria Korneyuk
It gives hope for transformation of a helpless mechanism into an efficient means of court costs reallocation.