The Law Society of England and Wales has been engaged in Ukraine for a number of years. As ties continue to grow, Ukrainian firms are keen to develop their links with the UK as markets open and trade and investment grows. 

Following the cancellation of our face-to-face event in April, together with the British Ukrainian Lawyers Association and the Ukrainian Arbitration Association we would like to invite you to join our complimentary webinar series English Law Day in the Ukraine.

We will be joined by industry experts as they explore English law and how legal links and business between practitioners have developed from both countries:

Part one: Transactions - A $5 billion dollar question: top cross-border transactional trends and legal developments in post-Covid Ukraine, Tuesday 28 July

Part two: Disputes - together with Ukrainian Arbitration Association, Tuesday 4 August

Part three: Private client issues: immigration, family and real estate, Tuesday 11 August

Please note that bookings for these events will close 48 hours before the start date. We hope you can join us.

Further information

Part one: Transactions - A $5 billion dollar question: top cross-border transactional trends and legal developments in post-Covid Ukraine

In June 2020 the ‘International Monetary Fund’ approved an 18-month Stand-by Arrangement (SBA) for Ukraine in the total amount of US $5 billion, which enables the immediate disbursement of US $2.1 billion.

Join speakers as they discuss: What are the most relevant cross-border transactional and legal trends to watch out for in the post-Covid Ukraine?

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Part two: Disputes - together with Ukrainian Arbitration Association

This webinar will cover disputes and the following:

  • Corporate disputes,
  • Commercial disputes,
  • Family disputes,
  • Enforcement of judgments across jurisdictions.

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Part three: Private client issues: immigration, family and real estate

This webinar will explore what private client issues lawyers are dealing with in the Ukraine covering immigration, family law and real estate with our expert panel.

Book your complimentary place