Priit RaudseppPartner, sworn advocate
Priit Raudsepp is the managing partner of Lawfirm GLIKMAN ALVIN. In addition to proffessional expertise he directs the bureau management.
Priit Raudsepp advises clients in various fields, but his favourite is tax law. He has advised clients in numerous tax planning cases both domestically and internationally, participated in various groundbreaking disputes (e.g. the one-man private limited companies case, the Sylvester case, etc.) and successfully represented clients in tax disputes as well as criminal cases.
Priit has also participated in analysing and drafting various guidelines of the Tax Board. Priit is also an in-demand seminar instructor.
Clients value Priit’s down-to-earth and friendly manner of communication as well as his ability to notice details without losing sight of the bigger picture.
Priit is recommended as a tax law specialist by The Legal500, which describes him as follows: “has a clear understanding of tax matters,” “excellent in identifying any possible tax risks,” and “he understands the clients’ primary activities and values.” Priit is recommended as a renowned tax specialist by various publications that assess legal markets, including the Tax Directors Handbook and Best Lawyers.
He started working in the legal field in 2005 in the Tax and Customs Board. Before joining us, he worked for a different law firm.
Vienna International Summer University on Tax Law, Vienna, Austria (2011)
University, Faculty of Law, International and European Tax Law, LL.M. cum
of Tartu, Law School, M.A. (2008)
of Tartu, Law School, B.A. (2006)
- Member of the Tax Law Committee of the Estonian Bar Association (2014)
- Estonian Bar Association (2009)
- International Fiscal Association (2008)
Fields of law
Second and third pillar pension: Investment with tax benefits
Estonia’s pensions are set up in a three-pillar system like most Western European countries apply it.The first pillar is the regular state pension, at currently €205/month plus additional payouts based on years worked, averaging together around €400 a month.
Shareholders stand to lose money on dividends
We have been shortlisted for the European Tax Award and recognized as a top-tier firm by The Legal 500
Dramatic changes to CIT system would affect economy
Priit Raudsepp along with other tax specialists calls not to undermine Estonian CIT system.
Uber case as an exemplary process
University of Tartu law students visited our bureau.
New weapons of Tax Board
“New Weapons of Tax Board”. This is the largest headline on the cover of today’s Äripäev. Attorney-at-law Priit Raudsepp has explained the background of amendments entering into force in November.
E-journal: tax law (September 2015)
Tax catch: is it service or employment?
E-Journal: tax law (December 2014)
This GLIKMAN ALVIN’s e-journal of tax law introduces the following and relevant thematic news: