Law Firm GLIKMAN ALVIN has over 25 years of experience in advising Estonian and international companies in all fields of law on a daily basis. We help our clients in establishing, managing and, if necessary, winding up their businesses.
Our corporate practice also includes broad-based advice in complex national and international merger and acquisition transactions, and we are able to advise clients across all industries. We have advised clients in M&A transactions from the buyer’s and the seller’s side.
Our experienced team members assist you at all stages of the transaction, starting from the structuring of the transaction up to the preparation of transaction documents, negotiations with the other party to the transaction and the financiers and, where necessary, a thorough legal and tax due diligence. We also provide data management services, etc.
The law firm carries out ad hoc due diligence in order to offer the shareholders of the company the feeling of security that the actions of the management are in accordance with the law and in the best interests of the company. We carry out ad hoc legal due diligence and legal and financial due diligence in cooperation with financial experts. By separate agreement we can carry out a deeper audit of the operations of a company in order to identify more complicated fraud cases, thefts, hidden conflicts of interest in the management of the company, etc.
- Establishment of companies
- Mergers and acquisitions, transformations
- Winding-up of companies, liquidation proceedings
- Ad hoc due diligence and audits, incl. extended special audits
- Shareholder disputes
- Sale of business
- Sale of shares
- Real estate transactions
Paul Keres awarded Advocate of the Year by the Estonian Bar
It is with great honour and pleasure we learn of our partner, sworn advocate Paul Keres, having been singled out by the Estonian Bar to receive the Advocate of the Year award. Paul is already the second member of the GLIKMAN ALVIN team to have received such an award, the first being senior partner Leon Glikman in 2002.