IT Dnipro Legal Meetup #2

IT Dnipro Legal Meetup #2

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IT Dnipro Legal Meetup is a series of meetings that raise topical issues in the field of IT jurisprudence. The measures will be useful to lawyers, as well as managers and owners of IT businesses.

IT Dnipro Legal Meetup #2 will be on Thursday, September 30, in the most modern business space of Dnipro - Creative State of Dnipro.

At this meeting participants will hear about the advantages and disadvantages of Diia.City from the expert Mykyta Polatayko and will be able to ask all their questions. Nikita is a leading lawyer in the field IT in Ukraine and the leader of the developer’s team of the special legal regime.

At the end of the meeting there will be a discussion panel with Eduard Lobas (CEO WebiNerds) and Dmytro Vasylynenko (Managing Director at Sitecore Ukraine) on the prospects of companies joining DiyaCity.

The moderator of the event is Maxym Nosarev.

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Mykyta Polatayko - lawyer at Aequo, he has many years of experience advising the largest product and outsourcing IT companies, including on the optimal use of statutory tax benefits for the development of the IT industry in Ukraine.

Maxym Nosarev - founder & CEO of Tretten Lawyers (Dnipro), which provides legal services in IT. Proactive member of the IT Dnipro Community, lecturer at the IT Dnipro Biz School, Community legal consultant.

Edward Lobas - CEO of WebiNerds. Mentor of the Operations Management module at IT Dnipro BizSchool, and a member of the IT Dnipro Community Supervisory Board. Expert Ukrainian Startup Fund.

Dmytro Vasilinenko - Managing Director at Sitecore Ukraine. He has been leading the company for over 15 years. He is a member of the Supervisory Board of IT Dnipro Community.


  • Obvious and non-obvious opportunities: Diia.City (taxation, hiring foreign workers, SAFE instruments and others).
  • Myths and real risks of Diia.City (why not everything is as good as we would like, but not as bad as they say).
  • GIG-contracts.