Our experience and practice show that the main driving force of the legislative process and its key participants must be practicing lawyers. Our advantage lies in the fact that, owing to the direct work with the client, we deeply understand the specifics and problems of a particular sphere, as well as the problems existing in it, caused by inadequate or sometimes wrong regulation. At the same time, legislative work requires high level of legal qualifications and experience.

Having sound knowledge of the specifics of certain sectors, our lawyers are actively involved in the legislative process, acting as experts in these sectors.

In particular, managing partner of Antika Law Firm Alexey Kot is a member the Justice System Reform Council. Within the framework of the Council work he is involved in elaborating reforms in the field of justice and court system of Ukraine.

As a member of the Legal Committee of the Public Council at the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine, Alexey Kot participates in the activities focused on the formation of proposals for the drafting of the legal acts regulating the issues of competition development, competition policy, de-monopolization of the economy, as well as anti-corruption expertise of laws and regulations within the competence of the AMC.

As part of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Supreme Economic Court of Ukraine, Alexey Kot participated in the development of proposals on the draft decisions of the court plenum on the application of substantive and procedural legislation, as well as on the official interpretation of the Constitution of Ukraine and laws of Ukraine.

A firm’s partner Alexander Burtovoy is a member of the Public Council under the State Agency on Energy Efficiency and Energy Saving of Ukraine. He is involved in the development of legal documents in this area and the mechanisms of the reform in energy saving industry, as well as in the creation of legal conditions for the implementation of energy saving and energy efficiency projects in the public sector of Ukraine.

Within the framework of the USAID Project “Municipal Heating Reform” Alexander Burtovoy participated in the drafting of the Law on ESCO.

In addition, as a consultant to the project of the German government-owned bank KfW in Ukraine Alexander Burtovoy, in cooperation with the state authorities of Ukraine, is directly involved in the development laws and regulations on the implementation of projects supported by international financial institutions.