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Ukraine

Dispute resolution
Dispute resolution - ranked: tier 1

ARBITRADE

ARBITRADE 'is equally good at Ukrainian and international dispute resolution'. In Pavlo Trytenichenko's team, the 'efficient and highly experienced' Andriy Shulga, the 'responsive and highly knowledgeable' Yuliya Chernykh and 'commercially-oriented' counsel Anastasiya Grenyuk are stand-out practitioners. Bunge and Coface are among its clients.

Leading individuals

Andriy Shulga - ARBITRADE

Pavlo Trytenichenko - ARBITRADE

Yuliya Chernykh - ARBITRADE

Next generation lawyers

Anastasiya Grenyuk - ARBITRADE

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Ukraine

Offices in Kiev

Legal Developments by:
ARBITRADE

  • Ukraine enables itself to furnish procedural orders of foreign judicial and arbitral authorities

    The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine at its meeting on August 29 resolved [1] to amend its Resolution "On approval of the Order for the use of funds allocated in the state budget for payments related to implementation of judgments of foreign jurisdictional authorities rendered upon consideration of matters against Ukraine" (the "Government Resolution").[2] Appropriate amendments were prepared by the Ministry of Justice (responsible for protecting the state's interests in foreign courts and arbitral tribunals) in order to improve mechanisms to protect the rights and interests of Ukraine in foreign judicial and arbitral proceedings.
    - ARBITRADE

Legal Developments in Ukraine

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  • AVELLUM advises ICU on sale of 50% stake in 11 solar park projects

    AVELLUM acted as the legal counsel to Investment Capital Ukraine (‚ÄúICU ‚ÄĚ) on the complex M&A transaction involving:
  • Competitors as accomplices

    In 2019, it is getting apparent that violations of antitrust law, in particular in the area of ‚Äč‚Äčanticompetitive concerted actions (for example, price collusion of oil traders or food products wholesalers) not only become dangerous due to the sanctions of the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine (hereinafter referred to as the AMCU), but also add a competitive intrigue to the principle ‚Äď who will be the first who declare to the AMCU.
  • Antitrust Law Aspects in Ukraine

    Ukraine, like other European countries, developing a market economy on their territory, has incorporated antitrust regulations and legal mechanisms in its legislation to regulate and support competition, as well as rules to ensure fair competition. An integral part of the competition control is the control exercised by the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine over M&A transactions both in Ukraine and abroad, which may also affect Ukrainian domestic markets.
  • Criminal Lawyers in Dubai: Misconducts Surrounding Rape Offense

    I feel awful and outrageous to discuss such cruelty and threat which women regularly face in our society, known as "rape". Any content written on such topic cannot justify the agony and torment faced by them. 
  • Medicines advertising and unfair competition in Ukraine

    In Ukraine, advertising of medicines represents the largest share in terms of volume both on TV and Internet. Advertisers are increasingly struggling to attract the attention of older advertising consumers, strongly influenced by advertising as they trust the advertising messages they see, read or hear and do not seek advice from a doctor. At the same time, an important role is played by the advertiser’s strict adherence to the advertising law requirements for protection against unfair competition when creating and placing advertisements related to medicines and medical products, etc.
  • Medicines advertising and unfair competition in Ukraine

    In Ukraine, advertising of medicines represents the largest share in terms of volume both on TV and Internet. Advertisers are increasingly struggling to attract the attention of older advertising consumers, strongly influenced by advertising as they trust the advertising messages they see, read or hear and do not seek advice from a doctor. At the same time, an important role is played by the advertiser’s strict adherence to the advertising law requirements for protection against unfair competition when creating and placing advertisements related to medicines and medical products, etc.
  • Inward Processing in Ukraine

    For years the Ukrainian government has been making efforts to find effective solutions to increase the Ukrainian economy efficiency and to create conditions for its further growth. To find such solutions is not an easy task. It is also important to take a closer look at the experience of the countries that used to have similar economic starting positions as Ukraine has now.
  • Sayenko Kharenko wins twice at The Lawyer European Awards 2019

    Sayenko Kharenko wins twice atThe Lawyer European Awards 2019
  • AVELLUM advises on IBRD-supported financing for Ukraine

    AVELLUM acted as the Ukrainian legal counsel to the Ministry of Finance of Ukraine in connection with two syndicated EUR-denominated facilities arranged by Deutsche Bank in December 2018 and March 2019 for the total amount equivalent to approximately USD1 billion.
  • AVELLUM advises EBRD and BSTDB on financing of one of largest solar projects in Ukraine

    AVELLUM acted as the Ukrainian legal counsel to the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (‚ÄúEBRD ‚ÄĚ) and the Black Sea Trade and Development Bank (" BSTDB ") in connection with senior secured loans in the total amount of up to EUR36.3 million to Rengy Bioenergo LLC (‚ÄúLoans ‚ÄĚ).