Sofia Savruk, a lawyer with the Salkom Law Firm, has attended a roundtable on agricultural law at the Ukrainian Bar Association
On 13 September 2012 the Ukrainian Bar Association hosted a roundtable on agricultural law. The participants discussed issues of mandatory registration of contracts for export of agricultural and food products at commodity exchanges, important matters and prospects of development of Ukrainian land law. The roundtable was attended by officers of central government departments, lawyers with top law firms, in-house lawyers of agricultural and industrial enterprises.
Salkom Law Firm has been recommended by one of the largest and most in-depth international surveys of the EMEA legal market, The European Legal 500, US Special Edition 2012
The highly regarded series of international legal directories The Legal 500 has published special rankings of European law firms for the US market 2012. This authoritative and globally recognised guide recommends the Salkom Law Firm in three areas of practice: banking, finance and capital markets, corporate and M&A, and dispute resolution.
Taras Lukash and Viktor Korolenko, both partners with the Salkom Law Firm, participated in a business meeting organised and hosted by the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine
On 27 July 2012, Taras Lukash and Viktor Korolenko, both partners with the Salkom Law Firm, participated in a meeting with John C. Engstrom, legal advisor, Head of the Anti-Corruption Project, Mary K. Butler, legal advisor, Head of the Criminal Justice Reform Project, and Nazar Fedorchuk, legal advisor, the Criminal Justice Reform Project.
On 18 July 2012 the Procedural Law Committee of the Ukrainian Bar Association held a meeting dedicated to the issues of a legal status of a public prosecutor in commercial and administrative proceedings.
The Salkom Law Firm has succeeded in obtaining a court judgment for a tax refund of UAH 13 million for RIF-1 Joint Venture
The Salkom Law Firm lawyers have proved in court that RIF-1 Joint Venture, which is one of the leading footwear manufacturers trading under IN BLU trademark, is entitled to a tax refund. As a result of systematic and wilful nonfeasance of government departments, specifically, the tax authority and the treasury, RIF-1 was unlawfully deprived of its statutory right to the repayment of excessive value added tax previously collected