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ADMIRAL HOUSE, AHTRI 6A, 10151 TALLINN, ESTONIA
Tel:
Work +372 626 4300
Fax:
Fax +372 626 4306
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Web:
tgsbaltic.com
Riga, Tallinn, Tartu, Vilnius
TGS Baltic, Mag iur Triin Kaurov, Tallinn, ESTONIA

Mag iur Triin Kaurov

Tel:
Work +372 730 1610
Email:
TGS Baltic

Work Department

Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Energy, Employment, Public Procurement

Position

Triin Kaurov has long-term and significant experience in advising clients on administrative and civil matters and representing them in related disputes. Her expertise is highly regarded among clients both in matters related to daily business activities as well as in making strategically important decisions. Triin has excellent experience and knowledge of how various sectors function, having advised and represented both entrepreneurs and public authorities in the field of public administration. She has given legal advice in many complex and multi-faceted legislative matters regarding permits, licensing requirements and enforcement issues.
Triin has represented clients in special regulative fields, such as electronic communications, electricity, postal services and water regulation, and waste management. She also has considerable experience in providing legal advice in the field of public procurement. Triin has drafted several legal analyses, including an analysis of the draft amendments to the law, the relevance and appropriateness of the transposition of the provisions of the European Commission Directive into Estonian legislation and the constitutionality of the Administrative Reform Act. She represented 24 Estonian municipalities in the Supreme Court in the constitutional review of the Administrative Reform Act, and nine municipalities in challenging the forced merger decisions made by the Government of Estonia.
Triin also has broad experience in employment law. She has worked as a HR lawyer and knows what human resources managers deal with and how to legally resolve or prevent risks associated with personnel. Triin has extensive experience in drafting employment and management contracts, confidentiality and non-competition agreements and representing clients in related disputes. She has advised on matters relating to temporary agency work, secondment to a foreign country, collective agreements, as well as advised and represented clients in complex occupational health and safety disputes.

Career

2017 to date Senior Associate, Attorney-at-Law, Law Firm TGS Baltic (formerly VARUL)
2016–2017 Senior Associate, Law Firm VARUL
2008–2016 Senior Associate, Law Firm Glimstedt (formerly Glimstedt Straus & Partnerid)
2007–2008 Associate, Law Firm Glimstedt Straus & Partnerid
2005–2007 Associate, Law Firm Bachmann & Partnerid
2005 Lawyer, Law Firm Bachmann & Partnerid
1999–2005 Human Resources Lawyer, University of Tartu

Languages

Estonian, English, French, Russian

Member

Administrative Law Commission of Estonian Bar Association since 2017
Estonian Bar Association since 2005

Education

2014 University of Tartu, Faculty of Economy, Financial Management, MBA
2005 University of Tartu, Faculty of Law, mag. iur.
1999 University of Tartu, Faculty of Law, BA

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