ILF Law Firm was contacted by Pavlo Schwartz, candidate for the position of Bishop of the German Evangelical Lutheran Church of Ukraine. His issue was that despite having the support of the Lutheran community in Germany, the German Embassy and the majority of Church communities in Ukraine, he had been unable to get officially registered as head of the Church.
We at ILF value people that push us forward, help us develop and grow. One such proactive member of our team is Oleksiy Golovin, and we are happy to announce that from now on he is a senior lawyer at ILF and leads a team working on projects in several areas.
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.
Can we tell reality from simulation in the 21st century? Perhaps, virtual reproduction of reality is a new stage of humanity’s natural development. Our life garden is being absorbed by simulation, and people – trees – are merely a projection.
We are back from the Outsource People 2019 Kyiv where over a thousand top executives, sales managers and marketologists of IT service companies left the virtual reality for a bit to find new partners and discuss best business practices.