In May 1991, TARK GRUNTE SUTKIENE managing partner Aare Tark founded a law firm bearing his own name, which was one of the first private law firms in Estonia and in the Baltics. Today, we employ over 100 professionals in our offices in Tallinn, Tartu, Riga and Vilnius.
To celebrate this important event, morning seminars will be held in our Tallinn office for the whole week from 30 May to 3 June where our lawyers will speak on various issues and answer questions. You will certainly find some useful information and topics worth listening to in our 20th anniversary seminar week programme.
Monday 30 May – COMPANY MANAGEMENT
Major changes in business law – partner Hannes Vallikivi
A company’s criminal liability – senior associate Tanel Pürn
Critical issues in employment law – partner Toomas Taube
Tuesday 31 May – DOING BUSINESS IN THE BALTICS
Conquering foreign markets (a legal checklist) – partner Risto Vahimets
Doing Business in Latvia – partner Gundars Cers
Doing Business in Lithuania – partner Vilius Bernatonis
Wednesday 1 June – M&A
Usual M&A deals are returning – partner Risto Vahimets
The specifics of M&A deals involving distressed assets – senior associate Allar Aru
The relationship between due diligence and the share purchase agreement – partner Rolan Jankelevitš
Thursday 2 June – FINANCING
Borrowing after the crisis – senior associate Andres Siigur
Going public – what will it entail? – partner Hannes Vallikivi
Public-private partnerships (PPP) – associate Mihkel Kolk
Friday 3 June – MISCELLANEOUS
What can be discussed with a competitor? – senior associate Rene Frolov
When is it too late to file for bankruptcy? – senior associate Elmer Muna
The secret of a good licence agreement – senior associate Piret Luiga
All seminars will start at 9.15 am in our Tallinn office at Roosikrantsi 2 with morning coffee and refreshments and will last for about 2.5 hours.
You are most welcome to visit us – listen to some interesting lectures and find answers to your questions.
As the number of participants is limited, please register by an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by a telephone call to (+372) 611 0900.
NB: all lectures except “Doing Business in Latvia” and “Doing Business in Lithuania” will be in Estonian.