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Irina Moroz moderates UBA event
Irina Moroz moderates UBA event

Partner of AGA Partners law firm Irina Moroz has been moderator and speaker of “Catch me if you can! Or alimony recovery abroad” round table, held under the auspices of UBA Committee on civil, family and inheritance law.

Julia Duz, Attorney-at-law at Elena Babich law office; Talina Kravtsova, Attorney-at-law Law, Head of Family Law practice at EPAP Ukraine; Tatiana Riabets, Deputy Chief of Department of International legal assistance in civil matters of Ukrainian Ministry of Justice also shared their experience and knowledge with the audience.

During the event, the participants discussed the legal ways to recover alimony abroad and learned about alternatives available to the applicant in accordance with international conventions.

We thank all our colleagues and guests for their time and contribution to the discussion of the problems of spouses’ property inheritance. And we will be happy to see you at our future events!

Ірина Мороз


Ministry of Agrarian Policy and agribusiness sign Memorandum of understanding
Ministry of Agrarian Policy and agribusiness sign Memorandum of understanding

Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine and the business entities – exporters of grain signed Memorandum of understanding for 2016/2017 marketing year on July 12.

Ivan Kasynyuk, Partner at AGA Partners, as one of the participants of the Ministry’s working group, was also present at the signing of the document the purpose of which is to stabilize the country’s grain market and ensure the forecasted grain export regime.

Ivan Kasynyuk commented on the event: "We remember the bleak past, when the government introduced restrictions on exports. Agribusiness had been constantly experiencing the risk of certain restrictions on grain exports that directly impacted not only exporters but also the grain market as a whole. In the past few years it has become a good practice to sign such memoranda to determine the boundary of exports volumes.

This practice, on the one hand, ensures food security of the country, and on the other hand, it helps businesses predict future supply under its export contracts. "

Сhild brokes the goods in a shop - should parent pay for this?
Сhild brokes the goods in a shop - should parent pay for this?

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