TRINITI is one of the most experienced market players in media and entertainment law in the Baltics, advising the Baltic region’s largest media group, global communications companies and others. TRINITI has represented media clients in the European Court of Human Rights and reached the Grand Chamber of the Strasbourg court.
Our wide, industry-specific knowledge allows us to help clients quickly and efficiently. TRINITI advises media clients and journalists in court disputes and various state bodies.
TRINITI has a long, proven track record of advising and representing various private and public sector clients in all media law-related issues.
Key highlights of our experience in Media & Entertainment Law:
TRINITI represented Delfi, the largest news portal in the Baltics, in the European Court of Human Rights in a landmark case concerning intermediary liability of interment platforms.
LHV versus Äripäev: TRINITI successfully argued that the media in realizing its “watchdog” role in society has the privilege to publish material that is the object of public interest based on circumstantial evidence.
Estonian Authors Union versus Viasat, where TRINITI successfully represented Viasat AS in a case of pan-European significance about whether satellite service providers need to obtain the authors’ consent or pay remuneration for their activities.
TRINITI represented a client in an internet jurisdiction dispute concerning publishing of defamatory comments before the Court of Justice of the European Union.
TRINITI helped with preparing an amicus curiae opinion for the European Court of Human Rights. The case before the European Court of Human Rights concerned the issue of hyperlinking defamatory statements.