As per the annual survey “Ukrainian Law Firms 2018. A Handbook for Foreign Clients”, Advance Partners is among the Ukraine’s leading IP law firms specializing in protection of intellectual property rights. Oleg Zhukhevych, Managing Partner (Advance Partners, Ukraine) was named among 20 notable lawyers in the field of intellectual property law.
Elena Biloshuk and Oleg Zhukhevych from Advance Partners contribute to the Chapter Ukraine of The International Comparative Legal Guide: Outsourcing 2018 published by Global Legal Group in association with contributing editors Simon Shooter and Mark Leach of Bird & Bird and in partnership with the Centre for Outsourcing Research and Education (CORE). This 3rd edition provides a global analysis of outsourcing laws and regulations across 21 jurisdictions, written by leading lawyers and presented in a useful comparative Q&A format. ICLG: Outsourcing
Oleg Zhukhevych, Managing Partner of Advance Partners IP law firm, took part in a Round Table dedicated to Protection of IP rights on the Internet. The Round Table was launched with close involvement of IP judges of Kiev Commercial Court of Appeal and the Competence Centre that manages Ukrainian segmented Internet address space. Speaking of last tendencies in court practice related to IP infringements on the Internet, Oleg revealed the most problematic issues as to the infringer’s identification, fixation of facts of
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has approved two draft laws introduced by the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine in intellectual property sphere. The first draft regards amendments to Ukrainian patent legislation and prescribes, inter alia, an electronic filing of patent applications and introduction of a post-grant opposition system for challenging the intellectual property rights to invention or utility model. The second draft law is aimed at amending active copyright legislation, for instance, legalization of digital licenses and introduction
Science funding in Ukraine has been increased this year by more than 30% up to UAH 6.1 billion. “Science funding in Ukraine has been increased this year by more than 30%: from UAH 4.7 billion in 2017 up to UAH 6.1 billion in 2018. The funding of the National Academy of Sciences has grown significantly, by more than 38%, while the university science funding has been increased by only 12.3%,” the press service of the Education and Science Ministry of Ukraine
The Financial Times has recognized Ukraine as the world’s No. 1 country in terms of improving its business climate since 2010. Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman reported this on his Facebook page. “There’s good news! The Financial Times has recognized Ukraine as the first country in the world to improve its business climate. Our state has the best figures of the pace of development,” Groysman wrote. Ukraine is the largest gainer since 2010 in the World Bank ease of doing business rating, with