Evgenia graduated from the Law Faculty of the Belarusian State University.
She also graduated from the course of foreign economic relations of the Economic University of Bratislava.
Evgenia was certified by the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Belarus in 2010 (№ 1297 of 05.11.2010) and by the Securities Department of the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Belarus in 2011 (1st category qualification certificate).
She has been working with Arzinger since 2007.
Evgenia heads the practice of labor law and migration issues.
She acts as a third-party legal advisor in conducting comprehensive audit and analysis of potential legal risks in provision of bank guarantees, including bank guarantees provided by the Government of the Republic of Belarus, participates in drafting legal opinions on credit deals that involve raising external financing.
Evgenia renders integrated legal support at the stage of development and coordination of investment projects, as well as their further legal support at the stage of implementation.
Electronic Employment Record Books: “Ink does not Burn out and Paper does not Rub, is it”?
For almost a year there have been discussions on implementation of electronic employment record books in the Republic of Belarus. In our review you can find pros and cons and other aspects of this process.
The largest wind power plant in Belarus will be set up based on the pre-investment asset prepared by Arzinger lawyers’ team
The contract of sale of the pre-investment asset was signed on August 30. The asset was acquired by the Turkish company Guris Construction & Engineering Co. Inc.
When shall Employers Make an Additional Payment to Employees Receiving a Personal Injury at a Workplace?
Resolution of the Council of Ministers No. 575 establishes cases when an employee shall receive an additional payment up to average earnings due to personal injuries. Resolution contains the Regulation “On Procedure of Additional Payment to Average Earnings of a Insured Employee Temporarily Transferred to an Easier and Lower-Paid Job Resulting from a Health Damage”. The document provides the following rules:
The travel time will be considered to pay per diem for business trips to employees: Resolution of the Council of Ministers
The Provision contains this and other innovations which the Council of Ministers has already approved. Expectedly, that it is upon the decision of the employer to set the amounts of payment for living costs, if an employee travels in different cities on the same day. More details in our review.
An American health-care unicorn
Legal support of introduction of non-standard clauses in contracts and local normative legal acts, for example, the condition on the employee’s "availability" for the possibility of solving urgent issues beyond office hours, advising on changes regarding the legal status of personnel after the Customer is admitted to the High-Tech Park.
A representative office of a Swiss pharmaceutical company
Performance of two legal audits in the Representative Office on the issues of HR documents and a number of additional issues, advising on minimization of risks revealed. Development and introduction of local normative legal acts, legal support of current working issues.
A Spanish fashion retailer
Support of current working issues, advising and legal support for bringing a number of local normative legal acts into compliance with the Belarusian law and their enforcement.
A telecommunications company
Legal support of the company’s economic activities since its incorporation, including managing personnel issues.
Embassy of the State of Israel in Minsk
Advising on certain issues of the working hours regime, guarantees and compensation, termination of employment relations with employees.
Department of Promoting Trade and Investments of the Polish Embassy in Minsk
Legal support of termination of employment relations with Belarusian employees of the DPTI in the course of the DPTI liquidation.
A Belarusian bank
For many years, Arzinger lawyers drew up legal opinions on the issues of raising loan facilities from: Komerční banka, a.s. (Czech Republic), Banca Monte Dei Paschi Di Siena SpA (Italy), AKA Ausfuhrkredit-Gesellschaft mbH (Germany) for the amount of €106.235 million, from Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego (Poland) for the amount of €45.4 million.