The INPRAXI LAW team successfully defended interests of Rengy Development group of companies, which is engaged in investment and development of renewable energy projects in Eastern Europe and the CIS, in court with the State Architectural and Construction Inspectorate of Ukraine and has proved the legality of the construction of two new solar power plants by the Company.
Roman Kobets, Senior Lawyer, lawyer at INPRAXI LAW at the framework of the special project "Business on Quarantine: An Online Marathon for Surviving During a Crisis"! from the Consulting Business Academy will answer one of these questions, namely "Commercial law: is such a force majeure a reason for avoiding liability and lack of sanctions?"
On March 31, 2020, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted a law that introduced the so-called "land reform" (No. 2178-10) and opened the market for agricultural land. What will change from July 1, 2021, when the law enters into force?
The effects of the spread of coronavirus in the world are inevitable for many countries as well as for business. However, businesses are now experiencing influence on their activities not only external factors. Despite the desire of the authorities to support the business and the adoption of relevant laws, some current standards do not add optimism to the business. About NBU restrictions in connection with a delay in crediting foreign currency earnings and what to do to exporters during quarantine
While no cure for coronavirus has been invented in the world, Ukrainian deputies have given permission to use medicine remedies recommended by other countries for people with COVID-19 which are not registered in Ukraine. Despite the fact that patients must give their consent to the use of such drugs, the responsibility for the consequences still rests with the doctors.