Difficult times do not justify careless decisions in public procurement, warns our public procurement law expert and senior associate Kadri Härginen. Read more in Estonian.
Possibility to extend approaching deadline for filing annual reports with the State Revenue Service (SRS) The Law on Annual Financial Statements and Consolidated Financial Statements requires all companies to file with the SRS an annual report ‒ approved by the shareholders’ meeting ‒ no later than one month after approval and no later than four […]
The state of emergency declared due to the Covid-19 pandemic has forced the Ministry of Justice and the Parliament to update the Commercial Law at short notice, introducing new provisions on remote participation and voting at a shareholders’ meeting. The amendments cover meetings of both SIA and AS shareholders and came into force on 22 March 2020. […]
The more time passes, the more the issue of debt collection becomes relevant. In general, even force majeure does not release the debtor from his financial obligation. What to do in case the debtor fails to pay explain our senior associate Mari Karja and legal assistant Polina Tšernjak. Read more in Estonian.
The outbreak of COVID-19 not only requires a public health response, but also has ramifications in the public procurement sphere. Although the crisis creates a multitude of risks and hurdles to procurement as we have been used to, public procurement legislation also offers several remedies which allow public purchases to be tailored for more turbulent […]