"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".
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.
The article deals with theoretical and methodological problems of the implementation of international legal standards in administrative activity and system of administrative justice. Standards of the doctrinal understanding of the relationships between standards of administrative activities and administrative proceedings are offerd by the author. Factors affecting standards in this area, objectives of comparative law and ways for improving administrative justice are substantiated. Sources of international legal standards, methods of their interpretation and application are identified in the article
Author: Evgen Kubko
Evgen Kubko and Peter Teluk tell about the rationale for the creation of the Squire Sanders - Salkom International Association
Author: Interview with Evgen Kubko and Peter Teluk
Detention is a temporary preventive measure. During a pre-trial investigation, detention can be ordered by an investigating judge at the request of an investigator approved by a prosecutor except in the cases set out below. In case a person detained has not been served with a reasoned detention order issued by a court, he/she should be released immediately.
Author: Comment by Taras Lukash
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