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Ukraine

Achieving business success in highly regulated markets requires effective management of commercial risks and of your supplier and customer relationships. Whether you are an international or domestic business active in the CEE region, you can rely on our advice on complex and multi-jurisdictional contractual arrangements and our knowledge of the commercial issues facing the sectors in which you operate. We have advised many international companies on entering CEE markets over the years and continue to assist them as they grow their businesses in the region.

With over 350 commercial and regulatory lawyers across 39 countries, our multi-disciplinary teams are trained to understand the cultural and business factors impacting your commercial arrangements. We organise our teams around sectors and industries relevant to you, including financial services, manufacturing, automotive, consumer products, energy, hotels and leisure, infrastructure and projects, lifesciences, supply and logistics, real estate and construction, technology, telecoms, media and sports. We can guide you towards the best business outcome, whether you require advice on commercial contracts, supply services, e-commerce, IT or telecoms agreements, data protection, design and manufacturing, advertising, sponsorship and marketing, consumer sales, software licensing, outsourcing, or sales, agency, distribution and franchise agreements.

Our commercial team in Ukraine has extensive experience giving sector specific advice on drafting and negotiating various types of commercial agreements. This includes in and out licensing, sales and distribution, product acquisition and disposal agreements, as well as research and collaboration, intellectual property, clinical trial, supply of goods and services, consultancy and outsourcing agreements.

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18/02/2019
CJEU Ad­voc­ate Gen­er­al ap­proves In­vest­ment Court Sys­tem in EU-Canada...
On 29 Janu­ary 2019, Ad­voc­ate Gen­er­al Yves Bot of the EU Court of Justice (CJEU) pub­lished his opin­ion that the in­vestor-state dis­pute set­tle­ment mech­an­ism of the EU-Canada Com­pre­hens­ive Eco­nom­ic and Trade Agree­ment (CETA) is com­pat­ible with EU law.
13/02/2019
Dot eu do­main names in a no deal Brexit - What's the plan?
In­tro­duc­tion EUR­id is the private, in­de­pend­ent, not for profit or­gan­isa­tion that has op­er­ated the. eu TLD since 2003. Last year EUR­id re­por­ted the EU Com­mis­sion’s No­tice to Stake­hold­ers which an­nounced that in the event of a no deal Brexit, UK in­di­vidu­als and.
01/02/2019
Ukraine and Switzer­land amend the agree­ment on the avoid­ance of double...
On 24 Janu­ary 2019, Ukraine's Min­is­ter of Fin­ance and the Pres­id­ent of Switzer­land signed a Pro­tocol on amend­ments to the Con­ven­tion between Gov­ern­ment of Ukraine and Gov­ern­ment of Switzer­land on Avoid­ance of Double Tax­a­tion and Pre­ven­tion of Fisc­al Eva­sion.
31/01/2019
New law on LLCs is a boon for for­eign mem­bers of Ukrain­i­an su­per­vis­ory...
A Ukrain­i­an law passed in mid-2018 is prov­ing to be highly be­ne­fi­cial for for­eign­ers who have seats on su­per­vis­ory boards. The Ukrain­i­an Law On Lim­ited Li­ab­il­ity Com­pan­ies and Ad­di­tion­al Li­ab­il­ity Com­pan­ies, which came in­to force on 17 June 2018, provides com­pre­hens­ive.
30/01/2019
Ukraine and Is­rael sign free trade agree­ment
On 21 Janu­ary 2019, Ukraine and Is­rael form­ally con­cluded a free trade agree­ment. The fi­nal deal, which was the cul­min­a­tion of sev­en years of ne­go­ti­ations, was signed by Stepan Ku­biv, the Ukrain­i­an Min­is­ter of Eco­nom­ic De­vel­op­ment and Trade, and Eli Co­hen,.
30/01/2019
Ukraine an­nounces tender for im­ple­ment­ing Ukraine - EU En­ergy Bridge...
On 21 Janu­ary 2019, the Min­istry of En­ergy and Coal in­dustry of Ukraine an­nounced on its web­site the tender for se­lect­ing a private part­ner to im­ple­ment the Ukraine–EU En­ergy Bridge pro­ject. Pre­qual­i­fic­a­tion ap­plic­a­tions may be sub­mit­ted un­til 5 March 2019.
29/01/2019
Ukraine ad­op­ted the new cur­rency reg­u­la­tion sys­tem
On 2 Janu­ary 2019, the Na­tion­al Bank of Ukraine (NBU) ad­op­ted key res­ol­u­tions that align ex­ist­ing reg­u­la­tions with the re­cently passed law “On Cur­rency and Cur­rency Trans­ac­tions” (the “Cur­rency Law”).
24/01/2019
Ukraine changes court fee rates in 2019
Be­gin­ning 1 Janu­ary 2019, court fee rates pay­able in Ukrain­i­an courts have in­creased on av­er­age to 9% com­pared to rates charged in 2018. This in­crease is a res­ult of the latest rise in the min­im­um liv­ing wage for an em­ploy­able per­son (here­in­after – the “MLW”),.
17/01/2019
Ukraine an­nounces PSA tenders for 12 oil and gas fields
On 5 Janu­ary 2019 entered in­to force Res­ol­u­tions passed by the Cab­in­et of Min­is­ters of Ukraine on 18 Decem­ber 2018 (the "Res­ol­u­tions") ap­prov­ing per­form­ance of tenders for ex­e­cu­tion of product shar­ing agree­ments (the "PSAs") for 12 oil and gas fields.
14/01/2019
Rus­sia in­tro­duces trade sanc­tions against Ukraine
On 29 Decem­ber 2018, the Rus­si­an gov­ern­ment im­posed im­port ban on a num­ber of goods ori­gin­at­ing in or trans­por­ted through/from Ukrain­i­an ter­rit­ory. The ban is the re­tali­ation for sanc­tions im­posed earli­er by Ukraine against vari­ous Rus­si­an na­tion­als and com­pan­ies.
09/01/2019
Ukraine ad­opts law reg­u­lat­ing food la­belling
The Ukrain­i­an par­lia­ment has re­cently ad­op­ted the law on in­form­a­tion about food products for con­sumers, which brings Ukrain­i­an le­gis­la­tion in line with EU reg­u­la­tions, such as Reg­u­la­tion No. 1169/2011 (25 Oc­to­ber 2011) on the pro­vi­sion of food in­form­a­tion to.
03/01/2019
Ukraine: draft law pro­pos­ing the new re­new­ables gen­er­a­tion sup­port...
On 20 Decem­ber 2018, Ukrain­i­an par­lia­ment ap­proved in the first read­ing the draft law On In­tro­duc­tion of Cer­tain Changes to Laws of Ukraine re­gard­ing En­sur­ing Com­pet­it­ive Con­di­tions for Gen­er­a­tion of Elec­tri­city from Al­tern­at­ive En­ergy Sources No.