Judge of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine
According to the information provided on the website of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine:
Pervomaiskyi Oleh was born on January 31, 1972 in Poltava.
After graduating from high school, he worked at various enterprises in Poltava and served compulsory term in the army.
From 1994 to 1999, he graduated from the National Law Academy of Ukraine named after Yaroslav the Wise in Kharkiv (now — the National University Yaroslav the Wise Law Academy of Ukraine) with a degree in law with honors.
1999-2002 – postgraduate student at the Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University (specialty 12.00.03, civil law and civil process, family law, international private law).
2000 — 2006 – junior and senior researcher at the Scientific Research Institute of State Construction and Local Self-Government of the National Academy of Legal Sciences of Ukraine (part-time). In 2002-2006 he was an assistant and associate professor of the Civil Law Department of the Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University.
2006 — 2008 — associate professor of the Department of Civil and Labour Law of the Kyiv National Economic University named after Vadym Hetman.
2008 — 2011 — seniour researcher at the Scientific Research Institute of Private Law and Entrepreneurship named after Academician F. Burchak of the National Academy of Legal Sciences of Ukraine.
2011 — 2018 – Associate Professor of the Department of Civil Law of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (full time) and Seniour Researcher at the Scientific Research Institute of Private Law and Entrepreneurship named after Academician F. Burchak of the National Academy of Legal Sciences of Ukraine (part-time).
Since 2011 – member of the All-Ukrainian public organisation “Association of civil law experts of Ukraine”.
2015-2016 – member of the Ad-hoc Special Commission for the Review of Judges of General Jurisdiction.
2016-2017 – Expert of the project of the Council of Europe Office in Ukraine “Strengthening the Human Rights Protection of Internally Displaced Persons in Ukraine”.
On September 20, 2018, by the Resolution of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, pursuant to the results of the competition, he was appointed a Judge of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine. He took the oath of a Judge of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine on September 24, 2018.
Doctor of Legal Sciences, Associate Professor.
He is the author of more than 200 research and research and practical publications, including 15 monographs (2 as a sole author and 13 collective), 12-volume commentary to the Civil Code of Ukraine.
Married: his wife is Velychko Nataliia, their daughter: Pervomaiska Anastasiia
Property: among the declared property, there are apartments with total area 62 m2, 108 m2, and 51 m2, as well as a vehicle Honda CR-V 2014 year of manufacture.
Associated with Kolomoisky
Pervomaiskyi Oleh has made court decision in favor of companies associated with Ihor Kolomoisky in the following cases:
1) In the second senate of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine on June 5, 2019, case № 3-234 / 2018 (3058/18) - decision was made on the constitutional complaint of the joint-stock company "Zaporizhzhya Ferroalloy Plant" to challenge the constitutionality of the provisions of paragraph 13 in part 1 of Article 17 of the Law Of Ukraine "On the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine.”
In general, the state may lose about 7 billion UAH — this is the money lost due to the termination of the agreements.
This decision is beneficial to the companies of the Privat group, as it essentially deprives NABU opportunities to make amends to the state. Earlier, Ukrnafta filed a similar lawsuit in court, but it was denied. (Read more in ThePage)
2) In the Grand Chamber of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine, the decision №6-уп / 2019 on closing the constitutional proceedings in the case №1-188 / 2018 (1801/18) at the request of 54 people’s deputies of Ukraine on the compliance of the Constitution of Ukraine (constitutionality) with the provisions of the sixth paragraph of Article 3, parts 2...6 of Article 9, Article 12 of the Law of Ukraine "On Aspects of Privatization of Enterprises of the State Joint-Stock Company Ukrrudprom"
On May 28, 2019, judges of the Constitutional Court closed the case.
As a result of the court's decision, Rinat Akhmetov received 50% + 1 shares both of Central GOK and Northern GOK, Privat Group of Ihor Kolomoisky and Henadiy Boholyubov — 25.78% of Southern GOK and 25.1% of Sukha Balka. Viktor Pinchuk also received 93% of the shares of the Kryvyi Rih Iron Ore Plant, and Vadym Novynskyi received a 50% + 1 share of the Ingulets GOK. (Liga.net).
They tried to challenge the legality of the privatization of Ukrrudprom back in 2005, after the Orange Revolution. Then, the Constitutional Court, to which a group of deputies appealed, refused to open the proceedings (Fokus.ua).
Entrepreneur, co-owner of Privat Group.