The Yuridicheskaya Practika, no. 4 of 26 January 2016, published a commentary given by Sophia Savruk Declaration of the invalidity of the state registration certificate of the ownership/lease of a parcel of land
The commentary focuses on the analysis of the established court practice in the most important matters relating to the declaration of invalidity of documents confirming a title to land.
The Yuridicheskaya Practika, no. 3 of 19 January 2016, published a commentary given by Kateryna Krugliuk, an associate with the Salkom Law Firm, Attention to the Articles of Association
On 24 November 2015, the Parliament adopted the Law of Ukraine on Making amendments to Article 60 of the Law of Ukraine on Commercial Entities to reduce a quorum requirement of the general meeting of members of a company with limited liability.
Ukrayinskyi Yuryst [Ukrainian Lawyer] magazine published a commentary given by Andrii Kubko, a partner with the firm entitled "Formation of alternative commercial arbitration in Ukraine: pros and cons"
The publication is dedicated to a discussion concerning the formation of commercial arbitration that will provide an alternative to the existing ICAC at the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The author expressed doubts as to the need for an alternative arbitral tribunal in the current environment.
50 Leading Ukrainian Law Firms 2015, a special editions published by the Yuridicheskaya Practika, published an interview with Evgen Kubko, President of the Salkom Law Firm
"The skillful use of mechanisms available under the European Convention to defend rights and interests of businesses, its balanced combination with the domestic legal instruments can ensure effective protection of the business in Ukraine".
The Bulletin of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine has published an article written by the President of the Salkom Law Firm Evgen Kubko
On 28 March 2014, the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) issued new Regulation No. 172 on Regulation of Financial Institution Activities and Hard Currency Transactions, which replaced a recent related regulation dated 6 February 2014, and will be in effect until 1 May 2014.
On March 3, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, the recently appointed Ukrainian Prime Minister met with approximately 200 foreign and domestic business leaders in Ukraine to inform them the new government’s priorities and to receive feedback from the business community.
Since last November, when the former Ukrainian President rejected the Association Agreement with the EU, Ukraine has been undergoing a people’s revolution, culminating in more than 100 people killed in Kyiv in February and an evolving aftermath with threats of separatism in Crimea.