Management of court IT systems: international experience

10 November 2020

Widespread introduction of information technologies in the functioning of courts and justice sector institutions as well as automation of their activities is a key aspect of Justice Sector Reform Strategy for 2015-2020 approved by Presidential Decree No. 276 of May 20, 2015. In this regard, at the end of 2017, amendments to the procedural legislation of Ukraine came into force, among which introduction of the idea of "electronic court" which is regulated by the Unified Judicial Information and Telecommunication System (hereinafter – UJITS) was the most innovative.

Before, during and after Covid-19: Legal problems of mSMEs in Ukraine

23 October 2020

Acknowledging that micro, small and medium enterprises (mSMEs) are the backbone of the economy, the Hague Institute for Innovation of Law partnered with the Centre for Law and Democracy (CEDEM) to explore the legal challenges that mSMEs face. Our objective is to understand how mSMEs access justice. [https://smes-in-ukraine.hiil.org/]

Disciplinary guidelines on protection of legal rights and interests of Private Enforcement Officers

13 October 2020

In this booklet you will learn how to protect your interests during a scheduled or unscheduled inspection of the Ministry of Justice, how to prepare for a meeting of the Disciplinary Commission and what to do in case of a negative conclusion.

Bankruptcy in Ukraine. Gap analysis

13 October 2020

The Bankruptcy Code has been adopted and came into force from October 21st, 2019. The present text is based on the legal status at the time of entry into force. Subsequent amendments or texts in the legislative process have only been taken into account where this is explicitly indicated.

Analysis of the current stage of implementation of the Unified Judicial Information and Telecommunication System (UJITS)

16 September 2020

The adoption of the new draft of the Law of Ukraine “On the Judiciary and the Status of Judges” in 2016 conditioned the emergence of a new element in the judicial system – the Unified Judicial Information (Automated) System, which from the moment in becomes operational should be called the Unified Judicial Information and Telecommunication System (UJITS).