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TRINITI has advised on AML compliance issues and in supervisory proceedings of FIU

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.

TRINITI's lawyers represented a client in the European Union's first ICO case

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).

Representing Viasat in a precedent-setting copyright dispute

TRINITI represented Viasat, a global satellite operator in a civil case, where the Estonian Authors’ Union (EAÜ) presented claims against Viasat to refrain from providing the signal of 42 different television programmes (incl. ETV, ETV2, Kanal 2, TV3, TV6 and Kanal 11) to end consumers without obtaining prior permission (license) from the EAÜ. Read more

Construction of a multi-purpose vessel for the Estonian Border Guard

TRINITI advised the Estonian Ministry of the Interior and the Police and Border Guard Administration in legal matters related to the construction and delivery of a new multi-purpose pollution abatement vessel by a Finnish shipyard Uudenkaupungin Työvene OY. The vessel PVL-101, named “Kindral Kurvits” after one of the founders of the Estonian Border Guard, is 63.6 m long and has patrol, SAR, fire fighting, icebreaking and pollution abatement capabilities at a cost of 34 M EUR co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund