Attorneys of TRINITI have advised on matters concerning anti-money laundering compliance, including companies from different sectors (from accounting providers and real estate agencies to creditors and banks). We have helped our clients to assess money laundering risks in their entities and determine risk appetite, as well as establish rules of procedure and internal control. We have consulted and represented companies also in supervisory proceedings of Financial Intelligence Unit.
Karmen Turk, Katri Tomson and Maarja Pild, lawyers in the TRINITI Law Firm, represented their client in the European Union’s first ICO case. In the case regarding Santiment ICO (Bloomberg in the crypto world), the parties reached a mutually acceptable compromise. In the event of a dispute, whether and how can the other party be required to transfer the crypto assets (tokens), whether a default interest can be charged for delay (if no money is involved), and what are the bailiff’s tools for enforcing a judgment rendered in a crypto asset dispute – those were some of the topics hotly debated.
TRINITI’s lawyers have also discussed the risks and disputes related to crypto assets and ICOs in the Äripäev Radio broadcast “TRINITI eetris” (TRINITI On Air).
Triniti advised RAFAKO S. A., a leader on the Polish power generation equipment market and the biggest boiler producer in Europe, as well as a leader within the field of flue gas desulfurization plants based on wet lime and semi-dry methods, on construction of a new combined heat and power plant in Vilnius.
TRINITI lawyers advise the Client on a daily basis with regards to the construction works. A new heat and power plant will consist of two CHP units: a waste burning unit and a biofuel burning unit. The biofuel burning equipment will be installed by Polish energy object builder Rafako for 149.65 million euros.
TRINITI lawyers represent Lithuanian grain growers whose harvest has been severely affected by drought in a number of civil disputes with a grain purchaser, the largest company in the Lithuanian agricultural industry, on outstanding contracts. The cases are of significant importance, as they are creating a case law on the conditions for relief from civil liability due to force majeure.
TRINITI IP team advised and consulted a client on protection of the client’s trademark in China where the client’s trademark was illegally taken by the agent. The strategy prepared by TRINITI IP team and the steps taken should help the Client to get back the trademark from the agent.
TRINITI successfully represented an automotive industry client in the judicial proceedings concerning the unlawful use of the client’s worldwide known trademarks on cups that were sold on eBay.
TRINITI IP team provided legal advice to a dental care industry client and took legal action in order stop selling counterfeit products manufactured in China on www.amazon.com platform.
TRINITI team provided legal services to a US fashion industry client for the successful enforcement of the IP rights in an intellectual property dispute concerning placement of grey import goods (original but originating outside of the EU) on the market.
TRINITI IP team successfully represented a luxury fashion industry client in the judicial proceedings concerning the use of the client’s worldwide known trademarks on non-original goods. The court decision formed a legal precedent to be followed by the other courts in Lithuania, i.e. the rights of the client were declared to have been violated even though the quantity of the counterfeit goods was a single unit and the defendant stated that the counterfeit good has been purchased from China for its own personal use.
TRINITI IP team successfully represented the luxury fashion industry client in the judicial proceedings in defence of its trademark owner’s rights, brought against a Russian company importing counterfeit goods to the Republic of Lithuania.