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Ukrain­i­an of­fi­cials strengthen bor­der entry con­trol dur­ing tem­por­ary...
Fol­low­ing the in­tro­duc­tion of mar­tial law in Ukraine (ef­fect­ive since 28 Novem­ber 2018, more de­tails here), on 30 Novem­ber 2018, the Pres­id­ent of Ukraine an­nounced in so­cial me­dia re­stric­tion on the entry to Ukraine of male Rus­si­an na­tion­als between the ages.
Mar­tial law not ex­pec­ted to im­pact busi­ness op­er­a­tions in Ukraine
On 26 Novem­ber 2018, Ukrain­i­an par­lia­ment ap­proved and en­acted Pres­id­en­tial De­cree No. 393 "On In­tro­duc­tion of Mar­tial Law" (the "De­cree"), but lead­ers ex­pect that it will be busi­ness as usu­al in Ukraine for the fore­see­able fu­ture.
New re­port | Con­nec­ted Fu­ture: in­vest­ment op­por­tun­it­ies in the rad­ic­ally...
Tech­no­logy-driv­en trans­form­a­tions are not only dis­rupt­ing our every­day lives, but are also rad­ic­ally trans­form­ing the in­fra­struc­ture sec­tor. On the one hand, in­nov­a­tion is driv­ing an up­grade of ex­ist­ing in­fra­struc­ture, such as di­git­al; on the oth­er hand, it.
Ukraine’s Su­preme Court pulls the plug on JKX emer­gency award en­force­ment
By res­ol­u­tion dated 19 Septem­ber 2018 (the “Res­ol­u­tion”) Ukraine’s Su­preme Court con­firmed deni­al of en­force­ment in Ukraine of the emer­gency award (the “Emer­gency Award”) rendered in ac­cord­ance with Ar­bit­ra­tion Rules of the Ar­bit­ra­tion In­sti­tute of the Stock­holm.
Ukrain­i­an Court Rules that Share­hold­er Can Act as Dir­ect­or without...
On 7 June 2018 Kharkiv Dis­trict Ad­min­is­trat­ive Court (the “Court”) is­sued de­cision in case No. 820/3159/18 (the “Judge­ment”), where the Court opined that a par­ti­cipant in a lim­ited li­ab­il­ity com­pany act­ing as the com­pany’s dir­ect­or may spare him­self/her­self.
Ukraine ad­opts Guidelines on Defin­i­tion of Con­trol
The An­ti­mono­poly Com­mit­tee of Ukraine (AMC) re­cently ad­op­ted a Meth­od­o­lo­gic­al Re­com­mend­a­tions on Defin­i­tion of Con­trol (the Guidelines), which in­cor­por­ate EU best prac­tices in this area. The doc­u­ment's pur­pose is to provide up-to-date and user-friendly guid­ance.
Ukraine In­tro­duces Crim­in­al Li­ab­il­ity for Il­leg­al Bor­der Cross­ings
On 18 Oc­to­ber 2018, the Ukrain­i­an par­lia­ment ad­op­ted Law No. 7017 On Amend­ing Crim­in­al Code with re­gard to Li­ab­il­ity for Il­leg­al Cross­ing of State Bor­der, which makes it a crim­in­al of­fence to cross the state bor­der of Ukraine out­side of­fi­cial cross­ing points,.
Ukraine Passes Law Reg­u­lat­ing Geo­lo­gic­al Data
On 7 Novem­ber 2018, the Cab­in­et of Min­is­ters of Ukraine (CMU) ad­op­ted Res­ol­u­tion No. 939 On Cer­tain Ques­tions of Dis­pos­al of Geo­lo­gic­al Data, which ap­proves new pro­ced­ures for dis­pos­al of geo­lo­gic­al data (the “New Pro­ced­ure”).
Ukraine Ad­opts Bank­ruptcy Code
In a turn­ing point for Ukrain­i­an bank­ruptcy law re­form, on 18 Oc­to­ber 2018 the Ukrain­i­an par­lia­ment ad­op­ted the Code of Bank­ruptcy Pro­ceed­ings, which will re­place the ex­ist­ing Law on Restor­ing Solvency of Debt­ors or Re­cog­ni­tion of Debt­ors’ Bank­ruptcy that has.
Ukraine to switch to Uni­fied List of Dual-Use items
Be­gin­ning on 19 Oc­to­ber 2018, Ukraine will switch to ap­plic­a­tion of the newly ad­op­ted Uni­fied List of Dual-Use Items for the pur­poses of state con­trol of cross-bor­der move­ment of items hav­ing dual civil and mil­it­ary use.
Up­date on Ad­op­tion of “one-stop-shop” mech­an­ism at cus­toms
On 29 Septem­ber 2018, the Pres­id­ent of Ukraine signed in­to law amend­ments to the Cus­toms Code of Ukraine, which in­tro­duce a “one-stop-shop” mech­an­ism to op­tim­ise con­trol pro­ced­ures at cus­toms. As re­por­ted in a Law-Now art­icle pub­lished on 19 Ju­ly 2018, the.
Ukraine sim­pli­fies pro­ced­ures for de­vel­op­ing re­new­able power plants
On 4 Septem­ber 2018, the Ukrain­i­an par­lia­ment passed the law “On Amend­ments of Cer­tain Le­gis­lat­ive Acts of Ukraine (in Re­la­tion to In­vest­ment At­tract­ive­ness of Con­struc­tion of Re­new­able En­ergy Ob­jects)” (the “New Law”).