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.
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.
98% of them resolved in favor of our clients
On May 16, Polina Levytska, project manager for Ukraine’s National Post, published a post on her Facebook page, where she is registered as Poli Levi, asking whether it’s possible to have something to eat unnoticed during sex.
Issues involving boundaries between adjacent land plots are far from a rare occurrence. After all, even a tiny inaccuracy in regards to the land’s location could cost you a lot of money or present a critical problem for your business.
As is often the case in a crisis, problems have now surfaced that used to go unnoticed. The importance of the “human factor” has also increased dramatically, namely in terms of the ability to find common ground, to listen to and understand others, and to appreciate everyone's contribution to the cause. Oleksiy Golovin, lawyer and expert on labor law, spoke with the Mind about issues concerning work remuneration in today’s realities and shared what employees can do when management is mistreating them in this regard.
On May 12, the Ukrainian Catholic University (UCU) hosted a meeting of the Manifesto’s founders - Oleg Petrenko, Volodymyr Kurpita, Tetyana Gavrysh, Pavlo Kovtoniuk, Victoria Tymoshevska and Mykhailo Dovgopol - with students working on their master’s degree in public administration: doctors, clinic administrators, heads of NGOs, educators, veterans of the Anti-Terrorist Operation, businessmen, engineers and sociologists.
In spite of all the challenges, 2020 and 2021 have been exceptionally busy and productive years for ILF. Our experts took part in a plethora of interesting projects, worked with a number of international companies and helped many a client to uphold their rights.