Cases become


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.


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.


cases in 2015-2017

98% of them resolved in favor of our clients




April 17, 2018
Andrey Kristenko
Andrey Kristenko
Olexandr Semak
Olexandr Semak
How to get medical care for your child if you are not a Ukrainian citizen

Last week a family came to us saying they had been denied medical care for their child in a Kharkiv hospital because the father is a citizen of another country (the mother is a citizen of Ukraine). They asked for a certificate confirming the girl’s Ukrainian citizenship.

April 10, 2018
Sergey Silchenko
Sergey Silchenko
Kateryna Zaslavska
Kateryna Zaslavska
“Anarchists” on the team: how to deal with violators of corporate rules

Remember the movie 300? Specifically the scene where the protagonist kicks an enemy into a pit with a wild howl of “This Sparta!” and then leads a small but competent team to do battle against an army of many thousands?

April 2, 2018
Olena Khytrova
Olena Khytrova
What healthcare reform can offer Ukrainian IT folks

Until recently, business had been unable to affect healthcare in communities in any meaningful way. Yes, it was possible to give money to a hospital for renovation or new equipment.


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.

Feb. 22, 2018
ILF updates methodological recommendations on clinic autonomization

In a month's time, the medical reform will be launched in Ukraine’s primary care clinics. But only in those cities and regions where clinics have undergone autonomization by changing their status from budgetary institutions to non-commercial municipal and state enterprises.