Practical Guide: Doing Business in Ukraine (Legal and Economic Aspects)


Правова система України (legal system) Кулик О., Тоток А.
Організаційно-правові форми бізнесу (business vehicles) Калиновська О., Палажченко Г.
Створення бізнесу нерезидентами в Україні (establishing a presence from abroad) Каганова М. , Литвиненко Р.
Дозволи і ліцензії (permits and licenses) Васильєв А., Ремез М.
Фінансова звітність (financial reporting) Крамаренко А., Микитюк В.
Право власності і право інтелектуальної власності (ownership right and intellectual property right) Данченко М., Снаговська Є.
Контракти і зобов’язання (contracts and obligations) Зосімов С., Кошарний М.
Захист економічної конкуренції (protection of economic competition) Самірханова А.,
Живов П.
Злиття і поглинання (M & A) Донець І., Горова А.
Оподаткування (taxation) Ходак В., Чумаченко В.
Працевлаштування (employment) Когут В., Попова А.
Захист прав суб’єктів підприємництва (protection of rights of business entities and entrepreneurs) Гилка О.




A “Small Business Act” for Europe

“Think Small First” 

Brussels, 25.6.2008


Managing the transition towards a knowledge-based economy is the key challenge for the EU today. Success will ensure a competitive and dynamic economy with more and better jobs and a higher level of social cohesion.

Dynamic entrepreneurs are particularly well placed to reap opportunities from globalisation and from the acceleration of technological change. Our capacity to build on the growth and innovation potential of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) will therefore be decisive for the future prosperity of the EU. In a globally changing landscape characterised by continuous structural changes and enhanced competitive pressures, the role of SMEs in our society has become even more important as providers of employment opportunities and key players for the wellbeing of local and regional communities. Vibrant SMEs will make Europe more robust to stand against the uncertainty thrown up in the globalised world of today. Continue reading A “Small Business Act” for Europe


SCU launches new online master’s degrees

Southern Cross University has launched two accelerated online business law master’s degrees.

Southern Cross University (SCU), which has campuses along Australia’s east coast, has unveiled two new online master’s degrees: the master of laws (business law) and the master of business law.

Each degree can be completed online in 16 months, meaning the master of laws (business law) “enables working lawyers to complete their degree faster than with any other part-time LLM in Australia”, the university said in a statement.

The LLM includes education in competition law, intellectual property and global business law, as well as traditional business law subjects. Continue reading SCU launches new online master’s degrees