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Arthur Nitsevych

Arthur Nitsevych

Partner

Work experience: since 1992.

Education: National University ‘Odessa Law Academy’ (The Department of International Law and International Legal Relations), Odessa Mechnikov National University (department of Romanic and Germanic Philology, Interregional Academy of Personnel Management (department of audit and accounting).

Languages: English, Spanish.

Association membership: LMAA (London Maritime Arbitrators Association), IBA (International Bar Association), The Nautical Institute of the United Kingdom, EMLO (European Maritime Law Organization), SCMA (Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration). Member of the Nautical Institute of Ukraine. Chairman of the Maritime and Transport Law Committee of the Ukrainian Bar Association in Odessa Region. Certified attorney-at-law.

Family status: married, three children.

Hobbies: sport (basketball, football, chess), movies, music.

Publications

  • Old Father Dnieper Waiting for His Ships

    Speaking about the rivers, we can’t but remember that they cradled the first human civilisations long, long ago, that they served the main and sometimes the only transport arteria for people – especially in southern jung...подробнее
  • Port-Landlord Pattern for Ukraine: to Become Real Lord of Land

    Ukraine as a littoral state commanding most of the Black Sea north coast along with the Azov Sea north occupies a strategic position between Europe and Asia, while also boasting a much more exten...подробнее
  • Opportunities in the Ukraine

    At the moment there is a concession pilot project conforming to European norms under way for the public stevedoring companies in Olvia (formerly Oktyabrsk) and Kherson. The international Financial Corporation is funding...подробнее
  • Endgame or a Path to Possibilities?

    Ukrainian port industry is growing rapidly and the upcoming vote for concession legislation should only confirm this trend.    2019 became the year of Marvel’s masterpiece saga grand finale that was on sc...подробнее
  • International Convention on Arrest of Ships Enters Into Force in Turkey

    A presidential decree has been published in the official gazette on 03.05.2019 marking the date on which the 1999 Convention officially became binding by law upon the Turkish authorities.  Since 1995, shipping has...подробнее
  • Sanctions of Black Sea Region countries

    Sanctions of Ukraine Since 1995, shipping has been Interlegal principal activity. Our traditional clients are shipowners, managers, charterers, cargo owners, P&I clubs, insurance companies, ship chandlers, ship ag...подробнее
  • Alert on Ukrainian martial law

    What happened? Martial law was imposed in Ukraine for 30 days as president of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko warned of the “extremely serious” threat of a Russian land invasion. The parliament voted in favour of the me...подробнее
  • A step in the right direction

    For years, it has been the worst-kept secret for any foreign investor that port concession tender conditions in Ukraine were often drafted to single out one particular winning party. However, these days one can feel a ch...подробнее
  • Is Russia an arbitration-friendly jurisdiction?

    International arbitration development has given rise to the theory of delocalizing international commercial arbitration, i.e. its international legal nature and supranational scope of activities which detach it from stat...подробнее
  • Some issues of the vessel arrest in Romania

    Recently, the practice of ship arrest in Romanian ports has become more active. Below, we have tried to concentrate the most frequent topics faced by shipowners.   I. The risks of non-getting back the vessel f...подробнее