Kirsi Kannaste

Krogerus (Helsinki)
Lawyer (Senior Associate)

Kirsi Kannaste is Senior Associate with Krogerus Attorneys Ltd. She focuses on dispute resolution and competition law assignments. Ms Kannaste represents domestic and international clients in both general court litigation and disputes heard before arbitration tribunals. Her arbitration experience includes cases heard under the arbitration rules of the Finland Chamber of Commerce, the ICC International Court of Arbitration and ad hoc arbitration disputes litigated under the rules of the Finnish Arbitration Act. Ms Kannaste also advises clients in connection with the competition law analysis of their business activities and in assignments heard before competition authorities and the Finnish Market Court. She has worked on secondment for Sullivan & Worcester LLP (New York) and Waselius & Wist. She graduated from University of Helsinki, LL.M, in 2006 and joined the firm the same year. She has experience in the Finnish Competition Authority as Trainee in 2005.

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Dittmar & Indrenius (Helsinki)

Articles

14905 Bulletin

Kirsi Peltomäki, Mikko Eerola The Finnish Competition Authority grants for the first time immunity from fines for a cartel whistleblower (Oy Arwidson Ab, HL Group Oy, Koivunen Oy...)

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The Finnish Competition Authority (“FCA”) has for the first time granted immunity from fines to a cartel member who, according to the Finnish leniency programme provisions, had come forward and revealed an alleged cartel on the Finnish vehicle spare parts wholesale market (the so-called (...)

Kirsi Peltomäki, Mikko Eerola The Finnish Supreme Administrative Court rules on right of access to documents related to cartel investigations on the basis of the Finnish Act on Openness of Government Activities (Skanska Asfaltti Oy - Metsäliitto Ossuskunta)

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The Finnish Supreme Administrative Court has in April 2006 given two rulings concerning the right of a party to obtain information related to cartel investigations from the Finnish Competition Authority (FCA). The cases cover the definition of an official document to which access must be given (...)

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