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Magnusson

LAEVA 2, 10111 TALLINN, ESTONIA
Tel:
Work +372 670 8401
Fax:
Fax +372 671 9340
Email:
Web:
www.magnussonlaw.com
Copenhagen, Gothenburg, Helsinki, Hong Kong, Kaunas, Kiev and 8 more

Elvira Tulvik

Tel:
Work +372 670 8401
Email:
Magnusson Advokatbyrå

Work Department

Corporate, Tax, Dispute Resolution

Position

Attorney-at-law, Partner

Career

Magnusson, Attorney at Law / Partner

2016 – to date

Attorney at Law

2010 – 2016

Tax & Legal consultant

2004 – 2010

Estonian Defence Forces

1999 – 2004

Languages

English, Estonian, Russian, Norwegian, French

Member

Estonian Bar Association

Tax Law Commission at the Estonian Bar Association

Estonian Lawyers’ Union

International Fiscal Association (IFA)

Estonian Taxpayers’ Association

Estonian Young Attorneys Association

Education

University of Tartu, Master of Laws

University of Tartu, Master of Political Science

United States Naval Academy, Bachelor of Nuclear Engineering


Estonia

Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

Magnusson’s team ‘finds solutions that perfectly suit its clients’ needs’ and is particularly experienced in contentious insolvency matters and public procurement disputes. Practice head Denis Piskunov is ‘very detail-orientated and thorough’, Elvira Tulvik is ‘well established’ and associate Kati Pino is a ‘rising star’.

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IP, IT and telecoms

Within: IP, IT and telecoms

Magnusson advised Mothership on the crowdsale of its new cryptocurrency exchange platform. Jaanus Mägi ‘always delivers great work’ and Elvira Tulvik is ‘vastly experienced’. ‘Very thorough and excellent communicator’ Sille Eerik and the ‘very knowledgeable’ Mirjam Võsu, who are both senior associates, are also recommended.

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Tax

Within: Tax

Magnusson’s tax department is well versed in advising clients such as the Estonian Ministry of Finance and Silbet on tax compliance, the tax aspects of corporate transactions and restructurings as well as on tax disputes. Elvira Tulvik heads the team.

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