Yuliya graduated from the MITSO International University.
She has been working with Arzinger since 2014.
Before joining the Arzinger & Partners Law Firm, she worked as an assistant to the judge in the Economic Court of Minsk Region of the Republic of Belarus.
She practices on the issues of corporate law, resolution of economic disputes, advises on the issues in the field of economic insolvency (bankruptcy), performance of construction activities, intellectual property rights.
A French manufacturer of milk products
In 2016, we were addressed by the French origin company, which was one of the largest global manufacturers of milk products. The client wanted to acquire the controlling shareholding of a Belarusian milk factory. We supported the entire process on the Client’s behalf.
The Corporate Law practice and the M&A practice team performed the Due Diligence of the target company, structured the entire process of the deal, developed the package of agreements (the sale and purchase agreement, the guarantee agreement, the escrow account agreement, the non-competition agreement, etc.) to complete the deal, negotiated with sellers of shares, received the required permits from antitrust authorities.
The deal was finished in January 2017. Today, we are supporting the process of redemption of shares from minor shareholders.
A Spanish fashion retailer
Comprehensive support of a retailer’s entry into the market, including conclusion of a set of franchising agreements with foreign right holders. We studied all intellectual property facilities that were part of the license package, developed a franchise agreement taking into consideration the specifics of the Belarusian civil and customs law, supported the client in negotiating on the agreement with the National Center for Intellectual Property and its state registration.
UNIBEP S.A. is a Polish construction company well known in Belarus as the general contractor for construction of the 2nd building of the Victoria 4* hotel in Minsk (the total floor area of the building is 37,699.50 sq.m).
In the course of construction of the hotel, we rendered full legal support of conclusion and performance of the general contract agreement, agreements with subcontractors, etc.
Now we are rendering support to UNIBEP in two major projects in Belarus, one of them is construction of a logistic center with the area of 230 ha in Orsha (Vitebsk region). This is the biggest project for the Belarusian logistic operator called Bremino Group. The second project is construction of a tennis and health-care center in one of Minsk districts. It will be the biggest tennis center in Minsk (13 tennis courts, a fitness center, a sports hall for group sports) with a developed infrastructure (a health-care center, a juice bar, a cafe with the children’s room and a store for sport goods).
Acquisition of a Belarusian design organization
It was a joint project with the Duvernoix Legal SPB law firm, within the scope of which the customer acquired several Russian and Belarusian companies. Arzinger was in charge of the Belarusian component.
Lawyers performed Due Digence of one of Belarusian FLLCs. As part of the project, we also performed the legal analysis of the corporate structure, economic activities, employment relations, documents related to the transfer of intellectual property rights, documents for real estate property, etc.
We advised a group of investors from the Central Asia under the aegis of Agromilk Holding (UAE) on the issues of acquisition of a state-owned milk farm in Grodno region of Belarus. The investors signed the investment contract with the Republic of Belarus and the sale and purchase agreement for the purpose of acquisition of the farm.
The invested project (the investments amount was $7 million) was aimed at improvement of the current buildings of the farm and construction of new ones, as well as at increasing the livestock amount. We were in charge of almost all aspects of the deal including the issues of real estate property, sale and purchase, conclusion of the investment agreement. That deal was divided into several transactions made in several jurisdictions (Switzerland, UAE, Lebanon).