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Alexander Chebotarenko

Alexander Chebotarenko

Consultant

Work experience: since 1995.

Education: Izmail Teachers Training College – 1986; Odessa State University by Mechnikov (law faculty) – 1995.

Languages: English.

Association membership: Ukrainian Bar Association, certified attorney-at-law, member of Odessa region Bar Council. 2018 - Qualified under the "Business-Mediator / (Wirtschaftsmediator / in (IHK)") program of the joint project of KMBS (Ukraine) and ITC of Munich and Upper Bavaria (FRG).

Family status: maried, has a son. 

Hobbies: music, philosophy, classical & modern literature, yoga.

Publications

  • What a Foreign Buyer Should Know about Export of Goods from Ukraine - Customs Clearance not Completed

    It is well known that customs law creates a very specific legal regime that affects the status of persons and things belonging to them when such things are placed under customs control, but their clearance is not complet...подробнее
  • Force-Majeure: practical legal consequences

    Clear contractual terms usually guarantee successful transaction. But sometimes occurring force majeure events negatively impact the parties, who face problems in fulfillment of their contractual obligations. Usually suc...подробнее
  • Force-Majeure: Legislative Novelties in Ukraine

    Pacta sunt servanda Clear contractual terms usually guarantee successful transaction. But sometimes occurring force majeure events negatively impact the parties, who face problems in fulfillment of their contractual o...подробнее
  • Setoff of Mutual Claims in Arbitration Proceedings

    It is well known that arbitration is the most common means of resolving commercial disputes today. The advantage of arbitration is also lies in the fact that the parties can agree on all details of the consideration of a...подробнее
  • P&I Tips

    1.    Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 as applied in Ukraine. The Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 (MLC) entered into force on 20 August 2013. Ukraine did not ratify the MLC, which means, formally, its st...подробнее
  • New Procedure on Taking Security Measures

    Taking security measures in support of international arbitration (hereinafter - interim measures) remains a pressing problem in Ukraine. To insure the claim in international arbitration, by nature, means to take temporar...подробнее
  • Customs Valuation of Goods Imported to Ukraine:Practical & Legal Issues

    Up-to-date economic relationships are rapidly developing. Globalization is characterized by strengthening of trade and economic ties between foreign trade participants, importers & exporters. Those who import goods t...подробнее
  • Wrong Arbitration Clause Can Bring in Winning Award Lie Waste

    As we know, foreign economic activity is governed by international law and national laws of states involved in such relationships. Sometimes in international trade contentious situations occur which require prompt and im...подробнее
  • And Ships of Every Flag Shall Come?

    The existing practice of bringing shipowners and masters to financial and administrative liability for the discharge of segregated ballast in ports of Ukraine became a byword. Often sampling of ballast water on ships is...подробнее
  • Forwarder’s Liability as a Consignee under Bill of Lading - a Ukrainian Perspective

    What is the legal status of a consignee as the person in whose favour a contract of carriage is made? Should it be substantially different if this role is played by a forwarder? Legal Status of Consignee It is gene...подробнее