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Ernest Gramatskiy

Tel:
Work +380 44 5811551
Email:
Gramatskiy&Partners

Work Department

President.

Position

President. Area of practice covers real estate and construction matters, tax, as well as corporate and commercial issues. Mr. Gramatskiy advises key clients of Gramatskiy and Partners including such well-known companies as BSG Group, Scorpio Real Estate Group, City Capital Group, Seven Hills, Danfoss, ULMA, etc. Mr. Gramatskiy advised clients - in connection with carrying out the AIRPORT CITY Project. AIRPORT CITY will be located next to the Borispol airport, Ukrainian’s national airport; - in connection with carrying out a multimillion construction project 'Park Avenue'. Park Avenue is the residential complex performed by four separate towers and one block of five sections. It represents not only the European quality of buildings but the area protection, green landscape, children play spots, two levels of underground parking and commercial centres; - in connection with carrying out various real estate projects, 57000 sq m, including lease, real estate brokerage, on vast variety of legal matters, including drafting and negotiating lease contracts, contracts for utility service supply, permits required, liaison with governmental authorities - in connection with carrying out the multimillion real estate project 'Shopping centre on the Left Bank', 180 000 sq meters, on vast variety of legal matters, including drafting and negotiating lease contracts, contracts for utility service supply, permits required, liaison with governmental authorities; etc.

Career

Year qualified: 1995 Year made partner in present firm: 1998 Professional career 1998 – present President of Gramatskiy and Partners; 1999 founder of the Entrepreneurship Protection Fund of Ukraine 1998-2004 Lecturer of civil law at Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University 2004 - present associate professor of civil law at Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University 2009 - present Chairman of the Charity Fund 'Inheritance of Civil law science'.

Languages

English, Russian, Ukrainian.

Education

1995 - Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University, faculty of law 1995-1998 post-graduate course 2004 – candidate of legal science (PhD).


Ukraine

Banking, finance and capital markets

Within: Banking, finance and capital markets

Gramatskiy&Partnershas very high standards and deep experience’. It focuses on bank lending and project finance. Igor Reutov’s team advised Skywind Tech on a €3m loan and YustService on a $3.5m financing. Ernest Gramatskiy is also noted.

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Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

At Gramatskiy&Partners, Ernest Gramatskiy and Andriy Trembich have ‘deep and comprehensive legal knowledge’. Gramatskiy acted for Graal in a $35m dispute with the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine.

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Real estate and construction

Within: Leading individuals

Ernest Gramatskiy - Gramatskiy&Partners

Within: Real estate and construction

Gramatskiy&Partners is ‘cost-efficient and client-oriented’. Ernest Gramatskiy advised Graal on the $400m reconstruction of the European Square in Kiev, and acted for City Capital on a $300m land development project.

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    Following the strategy of the Government to improve the doing business climate in Ukraine, Parliament adopted the Law of Ukraine “On Amendments to Certain Legislative Acts of Ukraine Concerning Elimination of Barriers for Foreign Investments Attraction” dated May 23, 2017 (hereinafter – “the Law”), which came into force on September 27, 2017.  The Law with such an expressive name should have definitely removed the barriers for employment of foreigners, but what have we actually received? Putting the cart before the horse, the Law really significantly changed the procedure of obtaining work permits (hereinafter – “the Permit”) facilitating it essentially from the one hand, but introducing some questionable conditions from the other.
    - GOLAW
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    - GOLAW
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