Euro 2012 was a boost for troubled Ukraine but its benefits are unlikely to be felt in the longer term. However, prospects are emerging elsewhere
The merger between Magisters and Russia’s Egorov Puginsky is a sign of the growing interest being shown in Ukraine by its powerful neighbour, says Dale McEwan
Football’s coming to Ukraine, but the country’s lack of preparation means some lawyers aren’t benefitting.
Russia stands with Brazil, India and China as an emerging economic giant. Luke McLeod-Roberts looks at how their legal systems compare
Russian lawyers are anticipating an upturn in work as the government seeks to boost the economy. James Swift asks leading practitioners whether the country can offer firms more than just natural resources work
A year on from the creation of Goltsblat BLP, James Swift asks whether other international and local firms can overcome cultural barriers, or if this is destined to be the tie-up nonpareil
Gide Loyrette Nouel is adding a team of nine lawyers from German firm Beiten Burkhardt in Ukraine, as the latter closes down its presence in the country.
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In this briefing, Taylor Wessing looks at the termination process for senior executives in various countries.
National Bank of Ukraine toughens requirements for mandatory sale of foreign currency proceeds download subscription
Amendments to Ukrainian banking legislation stipulating additional requirements for the sale of proceeds by residents and non-residents in foreign currency have come into force.
Future challenges in Ukrainian transfer pricing disputes download subscription
Ukraine’s major transfer pricing reforms took effect on 1 September 2013. Generally, the new rules are OECD based, although some exceptions exist.
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