Managing Associate / Estonia

Kristina Schotter is a Managing Associate at COBALT Estonia, representing clients in business-related civil and arbitration disputes, having practiced in this field as an attorney since 2004.

Kristina is a highly experienced expert in complex contract and property law disputes, company law disputes, insolvency disputes, as well as patent protection and pharmaceutical disputes. She advises clients on a daily basis in cross-border disputes involving several jurisdictions and has practical experience in representing clients in international arbitration courts.

In addition, as an experienced litigation practitioner, she advises on the dispute-related aspects of merger and acquisition transactions. Representing clients in the Supreme Court of the Republic of Estonia, Kristina has achieved several landmark court victories that have significantly changed current legal practice and set precedents.

  • Estonian, English

Membership & education
  • 2004 Estonian Bar Association
  • 2004 MA, University of Tartu, Faculty of Law, Estonia

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  • 2015 — 06 — 01
    COBALT represented Marko and Kersti Luhamaa, members of the Tartu Consumer Cooperative, in a constitutional review court proceeding in the Supreme Court in a dispute over the constitutionality of a provision of the Commercial Associations Act 
  • 2015 — 06 — 01
    COBALT represented renewable energy company Nelja Energia´s subsidiary VV Tuulepargid in two arbitration disputes in the Arbitration Court of the International Chamber of Commerce, arising from the wind farm supply agreement, and in court in the connection with the application for annulment of the arbitration award 
  • 2008 — 06 — 01
    COBALT represented Laferme and its former minority shareholders in various company law and share transfer litigations
  • 2008 — 06 — 01
    COBALT represented the minority shareholders of Miiduranna Plant in a lawsuit for fair compensation for takeover of shares
  • 2006 — 06 — 01
    COBALT advised Foster Wheeler Energy in a dispute arising from a renovation agreement of energy blocks of Narva Power Plants