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Adaptation of IT-companies to Diia City: the first steps to take

Diia City is called to introduce the regulation in IT sector and attract more foreign companies to Ukraine, providing benefits and advantages for both startups and existing IT product and outsourcing companies.

Diia City as a virtual economic zone will fully start operating in 2022 and as of now, IT business faces a number of strategic questions about the further actions: whether to join it or not, what are the benefits and risks, how it will affect the business, how much time is needed for the preparation, etc. It is obvious that IT companies shall already gradually plan their actions to adapt to the organizational and financial requirements of the law.

GOLAW Law Firm in partnership with IT Ukraine Association invites you to join the first webinar of the “Adaptation of IT-company to Diia City” series, during which we will reveal the practical aspects of preparing and structuring a company to join Diia City, discuss the priority steps to be taken by each company and outline highlights to pay attention to.

Questions for discussion:

🎯 Who should join Diia City?

🎯 How to become a resident of Diia City and how long does the procedure take?

🎯 Who will not be able to be a resident?

🎯 What types of economic activity should not be combined by potential residents?

🎯 Who needs a business reorganization?

🎯 What are the options for structuring the IT business in Diia City?

🎯 What are the reporting requirements and how much will the audit cost?

Speakers:

🎤 Max Lebedev – partner at GOLAW

🎤 Oleksandr Melnyk – senior associate, attorney at law at GOLAW

🎤 Efrem Lashchuk, Director of Political and Legal Affairs of the IT Ukraine Association

📅 Date: 07.12

⏱ Time: 11:00 – 12:00

📹 Format: online (Zoom)

🌐 Language: ukrainian

✔Target audience: CEOs and CFOs, business owners, in-house lawyers

Max Lebedev is a recognized expert in the field of corporate and commercial law, he heads the practice of corporate law and M&A, as well as Private Clients practice at GOLAW.

One of Max’s areas of expertise is advising Ukrainian and international IT companies on structuring investments and M&A transactions, development of a corporate structure, corporate governance system, as well as regulatory and commercial issues of companies in the IT sector.

Oleksandr Melnyk is a senior associate in corporate law and M&A practice specializing in issues of corporate, competitive, banking, IT, real estate, as well as in business relations with regulatory authorities.

His significant experience includes preparation of contracts and agreements (contracts on manufacturing of software on demand, copyright agreements, license agreements) for developers and outsourcing companies, consulting in the field of managing rights for a software product and its use for an IT company (transfer of property rights, licensing contracts, SaaS), as well as consulting on intellectual property issues.

❗ Participation is free of charge.

❗ Please, note that registration for the event is compulsory.

❗ After registration you will receive a confirmation and a broadcast link to the specified email.

Registration

  • Online webinar
  • 7 December 2021
  • 11:00 -12:00
Register now

Speakers

Max Lebedev

Max Lebedev

Partner, Head of Corporate Law and M&A practice, Attorney at law

Oleksandr Melnyk

Oleksandr Melnyk

Senior Associate, Attorney at law

Adaptation of IT-companies to Diia City: the first steps to take

Diia City is called to introduce the regulation in IT sector and attract more foreign companies to Ukraine, providing benefits and advantages for both startups and existing IT product and outsourcing companies.

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Max Lebedev
Oleksandr Melnyk

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