Many companies start as alliances of ideas and money used for their realization. At first, such partnerships are very productive, but in time, success and money cast doubt on the role of the partner responsible for knowledge/product/brand/skills rather than funds.
Ukraine’s legal market as a whole is rather latent, and Kharkiv is no exception. After all, on the surface, in the public plane, client can only see the top 50 law firms from the annual national rating of the same name.
Last year, in 2017, the Ukrainian Parliament passed a law that radically changed the principles of healthcare funding. These changes will affect every citizen and the entire medical market of Ukraine, which comprises over 20,000 medical institutions.