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TRINITI Partner Elected to the Bar Association’s Court of Honour

The General Assembly of the Estonian Bar Association elected attorneys-at-law Liina Linsi, Andres Aavik, Tõnis Tamme and Mari Männiko as members of the Court of Honour by electronic vote for the next four years. Erki Kergandberg, Carri Ginter, and Rene Frolov were elected as substitute members. Read more

Nordica acquired full ownership of Xfly from Polish LOT

The Estonian national airline Nordic Aviation Group (Nordica) and the Polish national carrier Polskie Linie Lotnicze LOT S.A (LOT) reached an agreement to end their joint venture in Regional Jet OÜ (Xfly). Nordica purchased LOT’s 49% share in Xfly, after which Nordica became its sole shareholder. TRINITI transport & infrastructure legal team – partner Tõnis Read more

Deivis Valiulis comments on what can be built in a recreational area in Lithuania

What can be built in a recreational area? Deivis Valiulis, Partner of TRINITI JUREX, comments on news portal 15min.lt that only recreational buildings can be built on such land plots. It may be holiday homes, tourist centres, campsites, rural tourism buildings, summer houses, hunting lodges and other holiday buildings. Is a building permit required for Read more

Vilija Viešūnaitė will represent Lithuania at the Institute of Professional Representatives before the European Patent Office

Congratulations to Vilija Viešūnaitė, Managing Partner of TRINITI JUREX firm, with the appointment to represent Lithuania at the Institute of Professional Representatives before the European Patent Office. The Council of the Institute elected Ms Viesunaite to be a full member of the Litigation Committee from Lithuania. The Institute of Professional Representatives currently has about 12,300 Read more

New Railways Act takes effect (TRINITI Transport & Infrastructure legal news)

Starting from November 2020, a new Railways Act applies in Estonia. In addition to amending and regulating in a more orderly fashion the text and structure of the previous Act that has remained valid since 2003 and has been amended nearly 30 times, the Railways Act was supplemented by provisions arising from the European Union Read more