Riin Rehepapp has worked in Estonian court system for several years as a court session clerk, a consultant and also a lawyer in Harju County Court. Her work in civil court has given Riin versatile experience in civil proceedings and dispute resolution. She has been mainly engaged in cases concerning corporate law, enforcement procedure law and intellectual property law.
In her Bachelor’s Thesis Riin studied plant variety protection as a part of intellectual property rights and her Master’s Thesis concentrated on international juristiction which is one of the core subject of international private law.
Kristel counsels clients in the field of Banking & Finance on regulatory issues. She also advises clients on administrative and civil disputes.
Kristel has gained valuable experience during her studies abroad at the University of Vienna in Austria. Additionally, she has been a former grantee of Raidla and Partners Fund, a sub-fund of the Estonian National Culture Foundation.
Veronika has advised clients in all business-related legal issues, especially in corporate matters where her clients have included both Estonian and international corporations. She has also advised clients on security market regulations, including use of inside information. Veronika has extensive experience in real estate transactions, inter alia advise related to real rights, property issues and encumbering. Veronika’s experience in civil proceedings has enabled her to successfully represent clients in disputes. In addition, she has advised clients in complicated family law and succession matters, including international child kidnappings cases and dividing of a company share between heirs.