Our legal advisers help you on the following topics:
- contract law,
- labour law,
- tax law,
- business law,
- consumer protection law.
THE ADVANTAGES OF ASKING FOR ADVICE FROM OUR Legal advisERS
- During the past five years, our legal advisers have participated in the development of all major entrepreneurship-related legal acts.
- If you are a member of the Chamber, you are entitled to one hour of legal counselling per year free of charge. Each following hour is two times cheaper than for non-members. Thinking of becoming a member of the Chamber?
- Our legal advisers are not specialised in only one topic and are therefore able to answer questions related to various areas.
- We provide legal consultations in Russian as well.
The legal advisers of the Chamber do not represent companies in court actions or in communicating with state agencies.
Our legal advisers consult you on the following topics
- Legal advice on how to establish a company in Estonia and which requirements must be considered in Estonia an area of activity in which you are operating.
- Order a contract according to your wishes. We will help you in drawing up various contracts (e.g. contracts of sale, services, rent, agency, employment) based on the needs of your company and in line with Estonian laws. We also provide advice on amending the existing contracts. Additionally, we have drawn up contract templates that you can use immediately. See if you can find a contract template suitable for you (in Estonian).
- Order in-house training from our legal adviser. We conduct in-house training in the areas of contract law, labour law and consumer protection law. We agree on the more specific conditions of the training with the customer.
- Order a confirmation letter from us. If your foreign partner or other person wants a third party confirmation about the circumstances related to your company (e.g. list of board members, absence of tax arrears, proof of the company's registration in Estonia; confirmation of strong wind or flood due to invocation of the force majeure clause), please contact our legal advisers.