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Tetiana Mylenka

Associate
RRH

CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz TOV
19B Instytutska St.
Kyiv
Ukraine
Languages Ukrainian, Russian, English

Tetiana Mylenka has more than10 years of experience focusing on the following areas: Corporate Law / M&A, Intellectual Property Law, Competition, Commercial Law and Energy & Natural Resources Law. Before joining CMS in 2015 she worked at Deloitte and renowned international and CEE law firms.

Tetiana Mylenka completed her law studies at the Institute of Law and Economics of Kyiv National Linguistics University and at the V. M. Koretsky Institute of State and Law of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (Ph.D. Course in Land Law, Environmental Law and Law of Natural Resources). She also undertook an internship at the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine.

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Education

2012 – Ph.D. Course in Land Law, Environmental Law and Law of Natural Resources, V. M. Koretsky Institute of State and Law of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
2006 – Master's degree, Institute of Law and Economics of Kyiv National Linguistics University

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Publications

  • "Liberalization of Electricity Market in Ukraine: Top 10 Things to Remember" (Association of Corporate Counsel, 25 March 2014)
  • “Doing PV Business in Ukraine: Brief Overview” (Law Firms for Ukrainian Business 2012) Kyiv, Ukraine
  • “Ecological and Legal Aspects of Production Companies‘ Activity in Ukraine” (Legal Newspaper, No. 25; 19 June 2012) Kyiv, Ukraine
  • "The Art of Legal Due Diligence" (Ukrainian Law Firms 2011) Kyiv, Ukraine
  • "Legal Framework for Energy Efficiency in Ukraine" (Information-analytical resource "Ukrainian energy UA-Energy.org"; 31 August 2011)
  • "Energy Efficient Ukraine: is there Light at the End of the Tunnel?" (Ukrainian Journal of Business Law; November 2010) Kyiv, Ukraine
  • "Vendor due diligence: сui bono?" (Legal Week; 7 Sep. 2010) Kyiv, Ukraine
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31/08/2017
Agree­ment on Syn­chron­isa­tion with ENTSO-E signed
28/08/2017
Ukraine: new li­cens­ing con­di­tions for elec­tri­city sup­ply
Fol­low­ing the ad­op­tion of new li­cens­ing con­di­tions for elec­tri­city gen­er­a­tion[i], new li­cens­ing con­di­tions for elec­tri­city sup­ply (the “Li­cens­ing Con­di­tions”) were ad­op­ted by the Na­tion­al Com­mis­sion for State Reg­u­la­tion of the En­ergy and Pub­lic Util­it­ies Sec­tors.
31/08/2017
Ukraine: A Mile­stone Law on the En­ergy Ef­fi­ciency of...
23/08/2017
State Aid for Busi­nesses: pre­vent­ing anti-com­pet­it­ive use of state...
On 2 Au­gust 2017, the Law “On State Aid for Busi­ness En­tit­ies” (which was ad­op­ted back in Ju­ly 2014) came in­to force (the “State Aid Law”). The State Aid Law ap­plies to a wide range of busi­nesses, ex­clud­ing those re­lated to in­vest­ment in in­fra­struc­ture ob­jects.
02/12/2015
Ukraine: quor­um re­quire­ment changed for lim­ited li­ab­il­ity...
07/08/2017
New Rules for Heat­ing and Wa­ter Ac­count­ing
On 02 Au­gust 2017, a Law of Ukraine “On Com­mer­cial Heat­ing and Wa­ter Ac­count­ing” (the “Law”) came in­to ef­fect. It has been de­veloped in ac­cord­ance with the EU-Ukraine As­so­ci­ation Agree­ment and Ukraine’s Sus­tain­able De­vel­op­ment Strategy “Ukraine - 2020”.
21/07/2017
Ukraine ad­opts law trans­pos­ing EU EIA Dir­ect­ive 
On 23 May 2017, the Par­lia­ment ad­op­ted the Law No 2059-VIII “On En­vir­on­ment­al Im­pact As­sess­ment” (the “EIA Law”). The Law came in­to ef­fect on 18 June 2017. The pro­ced­ures provided by the EIA Law will be­come man­dat­ory and ap­plic­able start­ing from 18 Decem­ber.
11/07/2017
Ukraine: A Mile­stone Law on the En­ergy Ef­fi­ciency of Build­ings Ad­op­ted
On 22 June 2017, a mile­stone law “On the En­ergy Ef­fi­ciency of Build­ings” (the “Law”) was passed by the Par­lia­ment. It aims to set forth a new reg­u­lat­ory frame­work for en­ergy ef­fi­ciency that will ap­ply to the ma­jor­ity of the build­ings in the coun­try.
10/07/2017
Canada-Ukraine Free Trade Agree­ment in Ef­fect from 01 Au­gust 2017
Fol­low­ing sign­ing of the Canada–Ukraine Free Trade Agree­ment (the “CUFTA”) on 11 Ju­ly 2016 and its rat­i­fic­a­tion by the Ukrain­i­an Par­lia­ment in March 2017, it has been rat­i­fied by the Sen­ate of Canada, and will enter in­to force from 01 Au­gust 2017.
10/07/2017
Ukraine: Agree­ment on Syn­chron­isa­tion with ENTSO-E signed
On 28 June 2017, Na­tion­al En­ergy Com­pany UKREN­ERGO (the state-owned op­er­at­or of Ukraine's uni­fied power sys­tem, i. e. , the TSO) signed an agree­ment on Ukraine’s ac­ces­sion to the European Net­work of Trans­mis­sion Sys­tem Op­er­at­ors (ENTSO-E) in Brus­sels.
26/06/2017
New Li­cens­ing Con­di­tions for Elec­tri­city Gen­er­a­tion
New Li­cens­ing Con­di­tions for Elec­tri­city Gen­er­a­tion (the “Li­cens­ing Con­di­tions”) were pro­mul­gated on 20 June 2017 and will come in­to force on 20 Au­gust 2017. The Na­tion­al Com­mis­sion for State Reg­u­la­tion of the En­ergy and Pub­lic Util­it­ies Sec­tors (the “Reg­u­lat­or”).
25/05/2017
Ukraine: Re­form of the State Sys­tem for the IP Pro­tec­tion in Pro­gress
On 11 May 2017, the Cab­in­et of Min­is­ters of Ukraine ad­op­ted its Res­ol­u­tion on the trans­fer of all func­tions of the State In­tel­lec­tu­al Prop­erty Ser­vice (the “SIPS”) to the Min­istry of Eco­nom­ic De­vel­op­ment and Trade of Ukraine (the “Min­istry of Eco­nomy”).
24/05/2017
Ukraine ex­pan­ded sanc­tions on Rus­sia
On 17 May 2017, the Pres­id­en­tial De­cree, block­ing ac­cess to vari­ous web­sites and im­pos­ing a range of sanc­tions on Rus­si­an com­pan­ies and in­di­vidu­als was pub­lished (the “De­cree”). It came in­to force on the next day.
06/04/2017
Ukraine: New In­vest­ment Op­por­tun­it­ies in Large-Scale En­ergy Mod­ern­isa­tion
On 23 March 2017 the Par­lia­ment of Ukraine ad­op­ted the Law “On Amend­ments to the Law of Ukraine 'On the In­tro­duc­tion of New In­vest­ment Op­por­tun­it­ies and on Safe­guard­ing the Rights and the Le­git­im­ate In­terests of Busi­nesses in Con­duct­ing Large-Scale En­ergy Mod­ern­isa­tion'".
26/08/2016
Ukraine: the NBU sim­pli­fies re­quire­ments to cer­tain bank­ing op­er­a­tions...
The Na­tion­al Bank of Ukraine (the “NBU”) is­sued Res­ol­u­tions No. 366 dated 04 Au­gust 2016 and No. 368 dated 11 Au­gust 2016 (the Res­ol­u­tions) amend­ing and can­cel­ling a num­ber of ef­fect­ive Reg­u­la­tions of the NBU.
22/08/2016
Ukraine: the NBU sim­pli­fies re­quire­ments to cer­tain bank­ing op­er­a­tions...
The Na­tion­al Bank of Ukraine (the “NBU”) is­sued Res­ol­u­tions No. 366 dated 04 Au­gust 2016 and No. 368 dated 11 Au­gust 2016 (the Res­ol­u­tions) amend­ing and can­cel­ling a num­ber of ef­fect­ive Reg­u­la­tions of the NBU.
22/08/2016
Ukrain­i­an com­pet­i­tion au­thor­ity warns Nord Stream 2 par­ti­cipants
Fol­low­ing a joint press re­lease of En­gie, Gazprom, OMV, Shell, Uni­per, Win­ter­shall and Nord Stream 2 AG on 12 Au­gust 2016, ac­cord­ing to which the parties de­cided (1) to with­draw their no­ti­fic­a­tion from a Pol­ish com­pet­i­tion au­thor­ity and thus not to pro­ceed.
10/06/2016
Na­tion­al Bank of Ukraine Con­tin­ues to Lib­er­al­ize Cur­rency Con­trol...
On 7 June 2016, the Na­tion­al Bank of Ukraine (the “NBU”) is­sued Reg­u­la­tion No. 341 (“Reg­u­la­tion No. 341”, com­ing in­to force on 15 June 2016) and Reg­u­la­tion No. 342 (“Reg­u­la­tion No. 342”, par­tially in ef­fect since 9 June 2016, and in full ef­fect start­ing 13.