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.
At the end of July, a competition was held to form the Public Oversight Board of the National Healthcare Service of Ukraine (NHSU). In order to participate, civic organizations dealing with the protection of patients' rights and freedoms, circulation of medicines and other social issues in the field of healthcare nominated their candidates.
In June, the annual survey “Ukrainian Law Firms 2019. A Handbook for Foreign Clients” was released. It’s a guide to Ukraine’s legal market for foreign companies and organizations, which studies projects that law firms worked on over the past year in various areas of business and law and names the best ones in their fields, thus helping potential clients find the right legal adviser.
Mergers and acquisitions in the Ukrainian IT sector are rarely public. Because of this, it may seem to many that the market is dead and that you can only buy or sell a company abroad. This is not the case: although it’s not particularly frequent, companies are still bought and sold in Ukraine. You can go about such a deal in several ways.
Each year, the international rating agency Best Lawyers selects the best lawyers from 70 countries in various fields of law. We’ve been in their listing since 2010, and this year we have been recognized in four areas: mediation, corporate law, labor law and capital markets.