Paul Keres: The grand-son of the most famous chess-player in Estonia protects two sensational characters
Paul Keres visited London and Cambridge as a member of the trade delegation of BECC
Paul Keres, partner and attorney-at-law of Law Office GLIKMAN ALVIN visited London and Cambridge as a member of trade delegation of British-Estonian Chamber of Commerce
Paul Keres: Let’s give the towns and communities the right to establish their own taxes
Paul Keres discusses the topic of
marginalization in Päevaleht and offers solutions.
Paul Keres discusses the situation of human rights
Paul Keres discusses the situation and development of human rights in Estonia with venerable colleagues at 34th Estonian Jurists Day.
Persona story about Paul Keres in Eesti Ekspress
Kredex Krediidikindlustuse AS wins in Circuit Court
CEE Legal Matters highlighted GLIKMAN ALVIN’s work with the Krediidipank partition disposition.
University of Tartu law students visited our bureau.
Chambers Global awarded GLIKMAN ALVIN the highest ranking
Chambers Global, one of the most prestigious law firm publications in the world, has again provided Law Firm GLIKMAN ALVIN with the highest assessment.
GLIKMAN ALVIN sucessfully acted for AS KredEx Krediidikindlustus in a large insurance dispute with an Estonian manufacturer of glazed fascades
GLIKMAN ALVIN sucessfully acted for AS KredEx Krediidikindlustus in a large insurance dispute with an Estonian manufacturer of glazed fascades.The quantum of the dispute was close to €14 million and ended in all claims against our client being rejected.
We have been shortlisted for the European Tax Award and recognized as a top-tier firm by The Legal 500
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.
Employee relations and other considerations for the COVID-19 crisis
For companies the current coronavirus crisis has presented some additional challenges beyond simply staying healthy: how to follow the laws, protect the business, its employees, and the bottom line, all at once.