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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

Ramon Rask

Email:
RASK

Work Department

Construction and real estate

Banking, finance and capital markets

Corporate, mergers and acquisitions

Shipping and transport

Dispute resolution

Position

Partner, attorney-at -law

Career

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

2006–2012 Lawyer, Attorney-at-Law’s clerk, Attorney-at-Law, VARUL Law Office

2005 Intern, Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court

2005 Intern, Viru District Prosecutor's Office

2004 Intern, Office of the Prosecutor General

2004 Intern, Northern District Prosecutor's Office

Languages

Estonian, English, Russian, Finnish

Member

Estonian Bar Association

Education

2006 Faculty of Law of the University of Tartu (cum laude)

2005–2006 Faculty of Law, Saint Petersburg State University

2003–2004 Faculty of Law, University of Helsinki


Estonia

Banking, finance and capital markets

Within: Banking, finance and capital markets

The ‘hardworking and goal-orientatedTarmo Peterson at Rask Attorneys-at-Law is leading the advice to TF Bank on the registration of a branch in Estonia. Ramon Rask heads the team.

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Commercial, corporate and M&A

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&A

Rask Attorneys-at-Law is advising Unimed Combined Clinics on the acquisition of several well-known medical firms and also assisted another client with the sale of seven gas stations. Ramon Rask is ‘smart and professional’.

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Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

Rask Attorneys-at-Law’s ‘very hardworking’ team has been representing Grove Invest in a large case against SEB bank. Ramon Rask and the ‘professional and quickTarmo Peterson are recommended.

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IP, IT and telecoms

Within: IP, IT and telecoms

Rask Attorneys-at-Law’s Tarmo Petersonputs his clients’ needs above all else’ and Ramon Raskdoes things well’. The team advised Bambona on the legal aspects of opening a web shop.

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Real estate and construction

Within: Real estate and construction

Rask Attorneys-at-Law has a ‘dedicated, passionate and professional team’ under the leadership of Ramon Rask. Key clients include Nordlin Ehitus and Lepidus Invest.

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Shipping and transport

Within: Shipping and transport

Rask Attorneys-at-Law has a ‘fast and effective team’. The ‘professionalTarmo Peterson led advice to Pärnu Sadam (Port of Pärnu) and Vlaamse Baggermaatchappij in a dispute with the Estonian Tax Board about whether marine fuel consumed in dredging operations is taxable or not. Ramon Rask and his team regularly assist aircraft maintenance provider MRO Magnetic.

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