Since August 19, 2022, the current legislation of Ukraine has changed. Such changes introduced an additional method of informing about the court, which considers the case, the parties to the dispute and subject of the claim, the place, date and time of the trial, by way of provision of such information using the Unified State web-portal of electronic services, including using the Portal Diia mobile application.
Applying to the European Court of Human Rights (hereinafter – the ECHR) is currently one of the most discussed ways of potential compensation for damages caused by the russian military invasion. Starting from 24 February 2022 Ukrainian businesses and citizens are applying to the ECHR with claims against russia regarding the destruction and damage of property, the death of relatives, injuries, torture, etc.
Due to the war, many Ukrainian enterprises were forced to cease their operations. However, under martial law, it is very important to support the country’s economy and maximally maintain the production facilities and labour potential. The government has launched a program to relocate Ukrainian productions to safe areas in order to ensure the domestic enterprises` operation.
Read more about evacuation of the enterprises from a war-stricken area to a safe territory in the material prepared by GOLAW associates, attorneys at law Natalia Matviichuk and Anastasiia Klyan.
On 24 March, 2022, the Law of Ukraine “On the Organization of Labour Relations in Martial Law” (hereinafter – the Law) entered into force. The Law provides a lot of restrictions on labour rights. Such restrictions will apply only during martial law.
GOLAW Counsel Kateryna Tsvetkova and GOLAW Associate Natalia Matviichuk have considered the adopted novelties to the labour legislation.
A full-scale Russian military invasion of Ukraine and imposition of martial law throughout the state affected the administration of justice by the courts of Ukraine.
However, even under martial law, a person’s constitutional right to judicial protection cannot be restricted.
GOLAW Partner Kateryna Manoylenko has told about how the judicial system of Ukraine works nowadays.
The damage caused by the military aggression of the Russian Federation is already estimated at billions of hryvnias. These include the destruction and damage to citizens' homes, infrastructure, offices, warehouses, and industrial premises.
Citizens and businesses have a question: who and how will compensate them for the losses?
GOLAW Counsel Kateryna Tsvetkova and GOLAW associate Anastasiia Nikolenko have told how to record the destruction or damage to property for further recovery.
Public criticism of one or another activity on social networks has become commonplace. The desire to convey thoughts to a large number of people through social networks has taken on a unique scale.
Is it possible to protect oneself from the dissemination of inaccurate information on social media and what effective mechanisms are available to protect one’s rights GOLAW associate, attorney at law Anastasiia Klian has told.
Recently, one of the most resonant issues is the issue of military registration of women. This is because from October 1, 2022, the procedure of placing women on military registration should have started.
From now on, one can record the fact of property destruction and make an appropriate submission for compensation for damages resulting from war at the application “Diya”.
The Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has officially evidenced that the military aggression of the russian federation against Ukraine is a force majeure. As a general rule, a force majeure is a ground for exemption from liability for non-performance. But does this rule apply to the salary payments?
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