Cobalt has successfully represented Protex Balti in a dispute with Amigtex before the Harju County Court and Tallinn District Court.
Financial details of the dispute were not disclosed.
Protex Balti is a Norwegian producer of advanced textile solutions, with production sites in Tallinn & Parnu, and Amigtex is a privately held producer of technological solutions focused on industrial automation in areas of apparel, footwear, and upholstery.
The dispute ensued after Protex Balti withdrew from a licensing agreement with Amigtex for the use of the latter’s Optitex software program.
Cobalt reports that, “both court instances concluded that Protex Balti had the right to withdraw from the software program sale and license agreement it entered into with Amigtex.” According to the firm, “[Protex Balti was entitled] to recover from Amigtex the amount that had already been paid under the agreement, as the purchased software program did not comply with the conditions promised by the seller.”
Cobalt’s team was led by Senior Associate Viive Kaur.