What are the changes in the payment of sanctions for the non-employment of persons with disabilities?

On March 17, 2023, the Procedure for sending the calculation of the amounts of administrative and economic sanctions for non-compliance with the standard of workplaces for employment of persons with disabilities entered into force.

How has the arbitration changed in Ukraine in the conditions of martial law?

The International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Ukraine has allowed the electronic exchange of documents, namely: the possibility of submitting documents and materials by e-mail, sending arbitral award in an electronic version. The oral hearings are also held via video conference.

What are the changes in terms of applying to the court in labour disputes?

In 2022, changes were made to the Labour Code of Ukraine regarding the time limits for applying to the court in labour disputes.

Contract execution on Instagram

The Supreme Court was considering a non-standard case for the Ukrainian judiciary. A person (Client) contacted a well-known blogger for services to increase the number of subscribers.

Will military registration be voluntary for women?

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.

When is it possible to apply to the ECHR with a claim against russia?

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.

What are the consequences of receiving summons at the “Diia” app?

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.

Expropriation of property during the war: instructions for business

Find out key points that business need to know in connection with the expropriation of property or the use of enterprise capacity in martial law, as well recommendations for minimizing the possible negative consequences for business entities in an expert material prepared by GOLAW Counsel Kateryna Tsvetkova and GOLAW paralegal Ilona Myronova.

In which cases can a labour agreement be suspended during martial law?

During martial law in Ukraine, a new personnel procedure may be applied to an employee – suspension of the labour agreement.

GOLAW Counsel, attorney at law Kateryna Tsvetkova explains how to suspend the labour agreement with an employee who cannot be provided with work or cannot perform it.

Is non-payment of salary allowed due to force majeure during the war?

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?

GOLAW associate, attorney at law Nataliia Matviichuk gives the answer.

The application has been sent

Thank you very much for your inquiry. We will contact you shortly!

Thank you!

You are subscribed to the latest news

To stay up to date with the news