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Nikolay Melnykov

Nikolay Melnykov

Partner

Work experience: since 1993.

Education: Law Institute of the Odessa Mechnikov National University (Department of Law), Interregional Academy of Personnel Management (Department of financial management).

Languages: English.

Association membership: Chairman of The Nautical Institute of Ukraine, Ukrainian Bar Association in Odessa Region, London Maritime Arbitrators Association (LMAA) supporting member, German Maritime Arbitration Association (GMAA) member. From 2016 Nikolay is Ukrainian Maritime Arbitration Commission recommended arbitrator.

Family status: married, two children.

Hobbies: yachting, hunting dogs, mountain ski.

Publications

  • Statistics of case consideration at the International Commercial Arbitration Court at the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

    This publication is the adapted version of the report by Nikolay Selivon, President of ICAC at the UCCI, upon the ICAC operation results in 2017. Case consideration in 2017 In 2017, among 331 cases accepted for arbit...подробнее
  • F.A.Q.Shipping in Ukraine

    Newbuilding contracts When does title in the ship pass from the shipbuilder to the shipowner? Can the parties agree to change when title will pass?   Generally title in the ship passes from the shipbuilder...подробнее
  • Maritime law in Ukraine

    Ukraine is a maritime state on Black Sea and Azov Sea coasts, which has its own fleet, shipbuilding and ship repair facilities, number of sea ports and river ports on two rivers, the Dnieper and the Danube, open for navi...подробнее
  • Interview for "Yurudychna Gazeta"

    1. Under the Law Gazette rating results, Interlegal ranked a place of honour in the maritime and transport law practice 2016. How did you manage to achieve such results? - From the very beginning our practice was aime...подробнее
  • Trends in the Ukrainian maritime law service market

    Maritime law service market is a part of the Ukrainian legal service market, so its features are typical also for such specific commodity market as the legal service market in legal relationship used for implementation o...подробнее
  • Port privatization as strategic goal is a must

    The goal of private investment attraction into the Ukrainian sea ports is quite simple: increase of cargo handling volume. To choose the correct investor, first stage is determination of the investment scope. For this...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
  • Maritime Law

    Ukraine is a maritime state on the Black Sea and Azov Sea coasts, which has its own fleet, shipbuilding and ship repair facilities, 18 sea ports and 11 river ports on two rivers, the Dnieper and the Danube, open for navi...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
  • Arrest of vessels in Black sea countries

    The countries of the Black Sea Basin (Ukraine, Russian Federation, Georgia, Turkey, Bulgaria, Romania and Moldova – new Black Sea сountry) have their features of ship arrest. Yes, there are special rules which govern the...подробнее