Olexiy Kharytonov

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Olexiy specializes in banking law, problem debt recovery and asset (property and business) protection. In 2016-2017 a group of advocates and lawyers under Olexiy's supervision recovered over USD 550 million of problem debts for Ukrainian and foreign banks, and in 2015-2017 helped 1500 depositors of liquidated banks get their money back.

He assists with establishing compliance offices in companies, explains and promotes anti-corruption legislation.

Olexiy Kharytonov is also an expert on the protection of business reputation. His portfolio includes 40 defamation cases won for his clients - politicians, businessmen, large companies and media.

He is among TOP 20 leading Ukrainian litigators according to Ukrainian Law Firms 2018 and in TOP 5 according to Legal Awards 2017. In 2010 he was named one of the best lawyers in Ukraine by international rating Bestlawyers.

Projects

Publications

July 17, 2019
Olexiy Kharytonov
Olexiy Kharytonov
Arsen Buchkovskii
Arsen Buchkovskii
Corporate management in Ukraine is getting more flexible

In 2018, the Law “On Companies with Additional and Limited Liability” (LLC law) came into force in Ukraine. It cleared up the legal status of most companies in the country (those registered in this form) and made relations between members more flexible.

June 18, 2019
Olexiy Kharytonov
Olexiy Kharytonov
How to get dividends and what to do if you haven’t received them for a while

When investing in a business, we expect it to yield profits in the form of dividends. However, sometimes it seems that a company is commercially successful and is turning a profit, yet you can’t feel that success and receive no dividends as a participant in a limited liability company (using LLC as the most popular and flexible form of business in Ukraine as an example).

May 10, 2018
Olexiy Kharytonov
Olexiy Kharytonov
Olga Tarasenko
Olga Tarasenko
Video recordings of surgeries. How can patients protect themselves on the operating table

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.