A patient lying on the operating table seemingly has no rights: neither he nor his family knows what the surgeons are doing. Only the surgeon performing the operation sees the whole picture. Patients might detect an error quickly or after a long time.
Part of ongoing series of articles from ILF experts on dealing with "difficult" employees. This time the authors, sharing comments on important legal aspects, help figure out what to do when your employee is "burned out" for some reason.
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.
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.
In October 2016 the bishop fired for absenteeism a pastor who worked with church congregations of Kharkiv, Kremenchuk and Poltava.
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?