Managing partner | Attorney at Law | Estonia and Baltics
Main practice areas
Real estate and construction
Healthcare and pharmaceuticals
Shipping and transport
2005University of Tartu, Faculty of Law (equal to MA)
2019-… Cuesta Law Office managing partner
2012-2019 LEADELL Pilv Law Office partner
2005-2012 LEADELL Pilv Law Office senior associate
2001-2005 AS Chemi-Pharm legal advisor on public procurements
Britta is a recognized lawyer with over 16 years of experience as a lawyer in litigation, public procurements healthcare and pharmacology, intellectual ownership matter etc. Britta’s experience in litigation covers various areas of contract law, corporate and competition law, construction law and public procurement. Britta also represents clients in the Public Procurement Complaints Board. Britta also participates as a lecturer every year in several legal training courses. As recent projects Britta has advised the following clients: Elva Hospital, Saaremaa Shipping Company (which served the main sea routes between Estonia’s continental part and two major islands); a well-known Estonian company Chemi-Pharm whichdevelops, produces and sells allergen-free disinfection agents to 17 countries in medical sector, a licensed payment institution GFC Good Finance Company, and also one of the leading players in the Nordic architectural glazing market Windoor etc. As a legal advisor Britta has been appointed in the management bodies of the companies.
The Legal 500: Europe, Middle East & Africa has recognised Britta Oltjer in the fields of dispute resolution, corporate law, real estate and construction law. “The Legal 500” notes that Britta Oltjer is “professional, reliable and effective”, “competent and thorough”, “quick and accurate, deals with problems effectively”. The publication has rewarded Britta Oltjer in five consecutive years starting from 2014 to 2018. In the 2023 edition of “The Legal 500“, Britta Oltjer was recognized as a leading legal advisor in the field of dispute resolution, who advises clients on concluding agreements and conducting transactions in the Baltics.