To resolve a problem with assessing and collecting fines, legislation should be amended
Author: Victoria Klymiuk, Elena Tregubova
The legislator’s intent to establish a legal framework for underregulated land relationships allegedly aimed at creating favourable conditions for investors while preserving agricultural land as the main national value that belongs to the state and its citizens could have been viewed as a change for the best had it not been for doubtful mechanisms employed in attaining this goal
Author: Comment by Sofia Savruk
In the year that elapsed after the Tax Code of Ukraine had been enacted tax payers and practising lawyers felt strongly its profound effect on their day-to-day activity.
Author: Interview with Yuri Leonov
The importance of issues arising in connection with the protection of personal databases is constantly growing as the day when laws imposing new criminal and administrative liability for failure to comply with statutory requirements in this area will be coming into effect is fast approaching
Author: Taras Lukash, Natalia Drozdova
The role of international arbitration is constantly growing because, apart from its main role as a dispute resolution instrument, it promotes international trade, encourage contractual relations between businesses from different countries, and supports integration of legal systems. The strengthening of this particular role improves the arbitration process itself and raises standards that must be reached by lawyers practising in this field
Author: Interview with Evgen Kubko
On 20 September 2011 the European Court of Human Rights made a judgment in the Yukos v. Russia case. Due to a number of reasons, this case is of particular interest to Ukrainian lawyers
Author: Viktor Korolenko
The Court considered that the reduction of the LyNOS’s arrears towards the applicant company deprived the applicant company of an opportunity to receive the money it had legitimately expected to receive, placed an excessive burden on the applicant company and was therefore incompatible with Article 1 of Protocol No. 1 Accordingly the Court found that there had been a violation of the right to peaceful enjoyment of possessions
Author: Bogdana Kviatkovska's comment
Although law enforcement agencies have broad powers, there is an exhaustive list of grounds for searches and strict requirements for conducting one
Author: Comment of Taras Lukash
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