Ilyashev & Partners has successfully represented the interests of the Ukrainian DIY hypermarket chain Epicentr K in a review of safeguard measures concerning the import of porcelain tableware and kitchenware into Ukraine regardless of their country of origin and export.
International companies having a presence in Ukraine often need to employ foreign personnel due to specific character of their businesses or due to particular valuable experience of such foreign specialists. At the same time, Ukrainian legislation is designed to procure employment of local citizens in the first place.
DLA Piper is announcing that Alla Kozachenko has been appointed as Head of Corporate and M&A practice in the firm's Kyiv office.
Avellum has announced that it was part of the Ukrainian Arbitration Association’s (UAA) Working Group that prepared an amicus curiae (friend of the court brief (the “Brief”), submitted to the High Specialized Court of Ukraine for Civil and Criminal Cases to aid in the Court's consideration of an appeal against a lower court’s decision regarding the recognition and enforcement of a Grain and Feed Trade Association award of USD 17,536,000 and compound interest.
An “unmanned aircraft” or “remotely piloted aircraft system” or “drone” is an aerial vehicle without a human pilot on board. Drones are designed for various uses: military, law enforcement, environmental and infrastructure monitoring, journalism, surveillance, agriculture, transportation, construction, etc. Being equipped with sophisticated geolocation, imaging, and facial recognition technologies or infrared sensors, some high-end drones can track up to 65 targets across an area as wide as 100 km, which allows for the gathering of detailed information on people – thus potentially infringing their right to privacy. The issue becomes even more worrying as drones retail at low prices that allow wide access to the technology.
Asters has served as Ukrainian counsel (working with lead counsel Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan) to JSC Oschadbank, in connection with Oschadbank's claim against the Russian Federation, brought before an arbitration panel at the International Chamber of Commerce in Paris, for recovery of over USD 1 billion in compensation as a result of the total loss of its investments in Crimea.
Clifford Chance has advised Deutsche Bank, ING, Natixis, and UniCredit in their capacity as the coordinating committee for the pre-export finance banks in connection with the successful implementation of a USD 2.3 billion debt restructuring for Metinvest. Ukraine's Redcliffe Partners, working alongside Clifford Chance, provided Ukrainian law advice to the committee. Baker McKenzie and Allen & Overy advised Metinvest on the restructuring.