MAGNUSSON TALLINN REINFORCES ITS PRACTICE WITH A NEW PARTNER
Elvira is an experienced Attorney-at-Law and her main areas of practice are administrative law and administrative court procedure, specialising in tax law and gambling law. Elvira represents clients in the state authorities and court. She advises clients on improving their business structure in terms of tax efficiency, minimising risks, complying with regulations, and communicating with partners and the state. Elvira advises on day-to-day operations as well as on major transactions, including business reorganisations.
Elvira has also an extensive experience in conducting research and speaking at seminars and conferences held in Estonian, Russian and English for both clients and colleagues, and publishing articles. She participates in various workgroups of consulting businesses, tax authorities, the Ministry of Finance, professional organisations and lobby groups. Elvira is the chairperson for the Taxation Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce in Estonia (AmCham).
Elvira’s previous professional experience includes practicing as an Attorney at Law at the leading regional business law firm and as a lawyer at the global consultancy firms Deloitte and KPMG as well as giving lectures at Tallinn Technical University.
Tallinn office is delighted to announce her appointment and are looking forward to sharing her skills and expertise with our clients in the future.
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