TRINITI and partners to analyze establishment of Rail Baltica joint venture


TRINITI Estonia (former Tamme Otsmann Ruus Vabamets) was confirmed as the best bidder with their tender submitted jointly with Zverinatu advokatu birojs TRINITI (Latvia) and Advokati profesine bendrijaTRINITI LT (Lithuania) in the procurement procedure on “Legal analysis of the establishment of Rail Baltica joint venture” organised by Estonian Technical Surveillance Authority.

The analysis will focus on legal aspects, in comparison between Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, related to the establishment of a company responsible for the management of the Rail Baltica 1435 mm rail width railroad route.

“Rail Baltica, in its planned format, will most likely be called the first and last gigantic Pan-Baltic infrastructure project, implemented in our lifetime with influence across Europe. It is a great honour for us and our TRINITI partners to harness, for the benefit of the three Baltic nations, our knowledge and experience in advising large-scale infrastructure projects,” commented attorney at law Tõnis Tamme, a TRINITI partner and coordinator of the RB project.

The Pan-Baltic law firm TRINITI will be performing the consultation procurement in cooperation with other reputable international firms: Deloitte – taxation issues, Keystone Advisors – economic and financial analysis, a leading international law firm Norton Rose – relevant EU law and the European railroad tariff methodology, the leading Polish law firm Domanski Zakrzewski Palinka – Rail Baltica’s connectivity with the Polish railroad system.