Fees


Our achievements

  • Advocacy of state enterprise in the International Court of Arbitration (ICC), $ 44 million
  • Legal support of one of the candidates for mayoral position in pre-election campaign 2010.
  • Judicial support of president pre-election campaign 2010 on local levels
  • Reverse of Government Decree Concerning Pension Contribution for Private Entrepreneurs
  • Cars Evacuation is Revoked in Kyiv
  • Case "Karaoke on the Maidan"
  • Case "Koretsky vs. Ukraine"

Fees

Fees policy of the law firm “Natalia Subota and Partners” is based on availability and accessibility principles while making fee arrangements. The sum of fee determines particularly in each case. It depends on extraordinary complexity of the case, execution of commission’s duration and other circumstances.
 
You can find out in more detail about principles of fee’s arrangement in corresponding statute’s article of the law firm and it’s extract goes below. 
 
Fees
(Statute’s extracts)
 
6.8.      Kinds of Fees. Aid and advice in legal matters are provided by the Law Firm for a fee, except those cases, which are determined in paragraph 6.15 of the Statute. The outpayment for Law Firm is made either in a form of a fixed fee, which is set in tentative agreement with a Client or according to the Law Firm’s lawyers hourly rates, which is as well set in tentative agreement with a Client or in other kinds of combined forms and sizes of outpayment, including a reward for the result, which were as well tentatively agreed.

6.9.      Fees Forming. Forms and sizes of fees for aid and advise in legal matters in the Law Firm are determined in each Client’s case (instruction) and depends on (a) a category of case’s legal complexity, (b) deadlines (duration) of instruction complying and on (c) intellectual and organizational extents of attorneys-at-law and staff of the Law Firm, which will be involved in the work process of actual case, according to the Law Firm’s lawyers hourly rates and fees rules, which are valid in the Law Firm. 
 
6.10.    Budgeting. The Law Firm makes budgeting of aid and advice in legal matters in each Client’s instruction, except legal support which is provided on subscription terms or if other agreement concerning budgeting exists between the Law Firm and Client. The budget is a forecasted calculation of fees sizes, which has to be paid for legal support of the Client in certain instruction and is formed for the purpose of tentative informing of Client about possible size of the Law Firm’s fee, the budget doesn’t fix obligations and is not a warrant for paying the Law Firm’s fee and it can be changed in a case of circumstances which came up and hadn’t been before and which couldn’t be taken into account on the forming budget stage.
 
6.11.      Fund Saving Rule. The Law Firm complies instructions with a Client's expenses saving rule, which lies in optimization of working process in certain Client's case by (a) work planning, (b) dividing tasks into the levels of complexity between the attorneys-at-law of the Law Firm according to their job experience, (c) providing legal support in extent which is justified in the content of Client’s instruction, (d) minimalization of ineffective time consumption.
 
6.12.      Fee. The size of the Law Firm’s fee, which has to be paid by Client for executing his/her instruction and the order of its payment, is determined according to provisions of agreement about providing legal aid which was agreed between the Law Firm and Client.
 


6.14.      Law Firm’s Business Report.
The Law Firm presents a business report about the work executed by the Law Firm's attorney-at-law for Client in case with marking time consumption, which was spent on the executing of each act. In case of providing legal support on terms of fixed fee the business report can be present on Client’s demand.
 
6.15.    Pro Bono Legal Aid. By the Partners’ decision The Law Firm can provide pro bono legal aid, including that for socially unprotected people, who are not capable to pay services in a case, if its result would entail grave consequences for such people in the absence of qualified legal aid.