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Markian Malskyy, who left Arzinger last summer after being appointed Head of the Lviv Regional State Administration by the President of Ukraine, has returned to the firm as Head of its Western Ukrainian office and Co-Head of its International Litigation and Arbitration Practice.

Read more: Markian Malskyy Leaves Ukrainian Government to Rejoin Arzinger

Redcliffe Partners has advised the EBRD on Ukrainian aspects of its loan of an additional two million euros to Aquanova Development LLC for the construction, equipment, and placing in operation of a 3.5 MWp solar PV plant in the Zakarpattya Region of Ukraine. Clifford Chance Warsaw and Linklaters Milan advised the EBRD on English and Italian law, respectively.

Read more: Redcliffe Partners and Clifford Chance Advise EBRD on Loan to Aquanova

Asters has successfully represented ASK Technology Limited, a Hong Kong-based manufacturer of multi-GPU systems for mining, rendering, and AI, in a dispute over a contract for the supply of equipment for the mining of Ethereum with a Finnish company in the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce. Deacons provided Hong Kong law expertise.

Read more: Asters Wins Stockholm Arbitration for ASK Technology Involving Crypto Mining Equipment

Aequo has successfully protected the interests of Rozdilska Tsegla LLC in a state property privatization dispute in the Supreme Court of Ukraine involving a share purchase agreement of a state-owned enterprise offered for sale by the State Property Fund of Ukraine.

Read more: Aequo Successful for Rozdilska Tsegla in Privatization Dispute

Baker McKenzie has advised the World Bank and provided legal assistance to the Ministry of Energy and Environmental Protection of Ukraine on the latter's development of legislation relevant to the monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gases emissions data, procedures for accreditation of verifiers, and verification of greenhouse gases emissions reports.

Read more: Baker McKenzie Assists on Development of GHG Emissions Framework Law in Ukraine

Ronnie Apteker is a South-African born entrepreneur, author, and filmmaker. He founded the first Internet Service Provider in South Africa, which is now part of the world’s largest TelCo, Japans’s NTT. He has made Kyiv his second home, and is currently busy with a documentary film project about the IT landscape in Ukraine. We asked him to share his thoughts about Kyiv – many of which, it turns out, apply elsewhere in CEE as well.

Read more: Both Bobotie and Borsch: A South African in Kyiv

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