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LEGAL ALLIANCE, founded in 1995, is today one of the leading Ukrainian law firms specializing in legal support to pharmaceutical companies doing business in Ukraine and CIS countries.

OUR CLIENTS represent the following industries: pharmaceuticals, medical devices, consumer goods, medicine, cosmetics, para-pharmaceuticals, chemistry, biotechnology, agriculture and food products.

LEADING ASSOCIATIONS — AIPM Ukraine, APRaD as well as the EBA Healthcare Committee have chosen Legal Alliance as their legal advisor.

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Legal Alliance is ranked among the leading law firms in Ukraine in 7 legal practices according to the results of the recently published international reserach
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The permission provided for by the law on harmonization of Ukrainian legislation with the EU law in the field of comparative advertising (draft law No. 0953) to openly compare a product with the products of a competitor in advertising can create a problem for consumers in the pharmaceutical market of Ukraine, Andrii Gorbatenko, partner at Legal Alliance Company, believes.
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Given dense competition, manufacturers (suppliers) are interested not only in producing goods, but also in their effective distribution. Therefore, pursuing the
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​Comment by Andrii Gorbatenko, attorney, associated partner at Legal Alliance Company
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Companies that provide professional services in the pharmaceutical industry, especially those known to world manufacturers, build their business processes in a way that best suits the client’s needs.
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Market of medicines has been under constant attention of the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine for more than five years.
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Andrii Gorbatenko, associated partner at Legal Alliance Company On June 30th, 2017, draft Order of the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine (the AMCU) "On Approvi
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The Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine issued a report for 2016. The first thing that catches our eye is form of the report. This is the first report of the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine, and indeed the first report of a state body (at least from those that I have seen) presented in a graphic illustrative form.
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Since the beginning of 2017, there have been discussions, including at the level of the Committee of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on Healthcare, on the feasibility of procurement of medicinal products and medical devices through international specialized organizations.
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