Migration and Mobilization
Peculiarities of Business Activity and Force-Majeure
Currency Restrictions and Payments
Taxes and Audits
Damages and Insurance
Government Support for Business
Peculiarities of Labour Relations under Martial Law
Employment status in case of being on the territory of conflict
Restrictions of the working hours (curfew)
Work with authorities
Force majeure and contractual obligations
Force majeure and contract termination for a cause explained the reason
The Chambers of Commerce and Industry have resumed operation in a regular mode
Payments under contracts
Currency restrictions for business
Currency restrictions on individuals
Recent changes in taxation during martial law
Renewal of taxpayers’ obligations, tax audits and VAT refunds
Fixation of caused damage
Inspection of the damaged objects
Protecting Rights to Own Movable Property. Requisition
International Arbitration procedure (and sessions of UCCI)
Litigation during martial law
Statute of limitations and procedural deadlines during martial law
Procurement for the army
Renewal of consideration of applications for concentrations by AMCU
Mergers and concerted actions during Martial Law
Participation of civilians in the defense of Ukraine: what is provided?
Temporary protection or refugee status: what is the difference?
Imports Tariffs as a Tool to Increase the Sanctions Pressure on Russia
Procurement during martial law: regulation and procedures
NBU has relaxed exchange controls
Continuing Reform of Labour Legislation
Continuation of Work in Occupation or Collaborationism: Where Is the Limit?
By What Criteria Must You Check the Counterparty During the War?
The Ban of Russian Music and Movies: What Should Business Know?
Recovery of Losses from the russian federation in National Courts: Peculiarities and Gaps of the Procedure
New Hidden Challenges for Ukrainian Exporters to the EU
Military Registration for Women: To Be or Not To Be?
Donate to ZSU and Have a Safe Trip Abroad: What Is Wrong With the New Draft Law