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RASK Attorneys-at-Law

ROTERMANNI 8, 10111 TALLINN, ESTONIA
Tel:
Work +372 618 0820
Email:
Web:
www.rask.ee
Tallinn, Tartu

Tarmo Peterson

Email:
RASK

Work Department

Dispute resolution

Shipping and transport

Competition, public procurement and energy

Construction and real estate

Position

Partner. attorney-at-law

Career

since 2012, Partner and Attorney-at-Law, RASK Attorneys-at-Law

2004–2012, Lawyer, Attorney, Attorney-at-Law, VARUL Law Office

2003–2004, Intern, Civil Chamber of the Supreme Court

Languages

Estonian, English

Member

Estonian Bar Association

Education

2008 Faculty of Law of the University of Amsterdam, course in EU commercial law, L.L.M

2004 Faculty of Law of the University of Tartu, MA


Estonia

Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

RASK Attorneys-at-Law's 'extraordinary' team is representing two clients in disputing the results of a public procurement connected with Est-For Invest's planned biorefinery. Practice head Tarmo Peterson is 'incredibly persistent' in securing positive outcomes for his clients, such as defending Transcom against a monetary claim following a failed share issue. Ramon Rask and Villy Lopman are also recommended.

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EU and competition

Within: EU and competition

RASK Attorneys-at-Law is noted for its 'proactive attitude' and 'expertise' in procurement disputes. The firm recently represented Artes Terrae and Alkranel in disputing an unrealistically low tender awarded by the State Support Center. Tarmo Peterson heads the practice, and Gea Vendel is 'a true professional with an outstanding track record and experience'. Other key clients include Alter Group and Skarcon.

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IP, IT and telecoms

Within: IP, IT and telecoms

RASK Attorneys-at-Law recently represented Allfilm as a third party in a court dispute between Factory, a film company which lost a film contest to Allfilm, and the Estonian Film Institute. Tarmo Peterson heads the practice, which also advises Transcom Vara and Nordlin Ehitus.

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Shipping and transport

Within: Shipping and transport

Timo Kullerkupp and Tarmo Peterson head RASK Attorneys-at-Law's shipping and transport practice, which 'impresses with its skills and knowledge'. The firm has recently been engaged in drafting documents for the Port of PÀrnu, as well as representing the company in a dispute over the arrest of a foreign vessel. Gea Vendel is noted for her experience in transport-related procurement disputes.

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