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23

years on the market

ILF law firm was founded in 1994. It was started by research fellows of the Yaroslav Mudryi National Law Academy and a group of practicing lawyers.

380

clients in 2015-2017

Among our clients are heads of international companies and owners of rapidly expanding Ukrainian business: Mamin Dom, Dish Network, Avon, Basf, Volvo Ukraine, Westron, SPS Commerce.

815

cases in 2015-2017

98% of them resolved in favor of our clients

Industries

Team

Publications

May 24, 2018
Anton Zinchuk
Anton Zinchuk
How can minority shareholders influence the appointment of CEOs and other top executives

Minority shareholders have little influence on the general meeting and no control over managerial decisions. The new law on LLCs will increase the influence of minority shareholders in the appointment and dismissal of CEOs

 

May 16, 2018
Kateryna Zaslavska
Kateryna Zaslavska
Transforming a factory into a cultural hub: where to begin?

Transformation of industrial buildings into useful objects has been going on for decades in the world, but for Ukraine it’s still a new thing. Where should you start to turn an abandoned building into something interesting and necessary?

May 14, 2018
Olena Khytrova
Olena Khytrova
6 models of primary healthcare organization in regions

Local authorities traditionally believe that every community should have a municipal clinic where anyone can get free and relatively high-quality medical services. The healthcare reform is drastically changing this situation.

News

April 19, 2018
How Ukrainian games find their way to global online platforms. ILF Project

Game developers face the need to restructure their business when their product starts developing rapidly. This transformation stage presents new challenges and opens up opportunities that used to be beyond their reach.

April 11, 2018
ILF lawyers defended labor rights of a pastor of one of Ukrainian churches

In October 2016 the bishop fired for absenteeism a pastor who worked with church congregations of Kharkiv, Kremenchuk and Poltava.