EU law

I provide advice to entrepreneurs in their communication with European Union agencies and in navigating the procedures conducted by them. Decisions of European Union agencies can be contested in the General Court of the European Union, and challenges related to public procurement by European agencies fall under the jurisdiction of the EU General Court as well.

As European Union citizens and entrepreneurs, we also have the right to directly participate in EU legislation, whether it involves regulations heavily impacting a business sector or new directives. Why limit ourselves to convincing Estonian authorities when we can advocate directly in the corridors of Europe?

In the event that a regulation or directive needs to be challenged due to its contradiction with the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union or any other founding treaty, the legal journey begins in an Estonian court, which refers the matter to the Court of Justice of the European Union for resolution.

If another entrepreneur has already reached the European Court with a similar procedure, it is possible to join the legal proceedings to provide support. There are multiple possibilities, but they are rarely implemented due to low awareness. Feel free to reach out, and we can discuss further if the above resonates with you in any way.