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  • Service sector provided most Baltic M&A targets

    Publication / Toomas Prangli

    The Baltic mergers and acquisitions (M&A) market is in full swing, with companies from the service and retail sector changing hands most actively, according to the recent “Baltic Private M&A Deal Points Study 2020”. The study was 6th of its kind since 2010, where Sorainen together with other Baltic law firms Cobalt, Ellex, Eversheds Sutherland, […]

  • Latvia: New responsibilities for employers

    Publication / Andis Burkevics, Ērika Bužinska

    As of 19.11.2020, employers must establish the contact persons of a person infected with Covid-19 in the workplace. According to Cabinet of Ministers order no. 655 of 06.11.2020 “On the declaration of a state of emergency” from 06.11.2020 employers must appoint a responsible person for limiting the spread of Covid-19 in the workplace. According to […]

  • UK insurance intermediaries after Brexit: entry to the EU market by establishing a company in Lithuania

    Publication / Simona Vaicekauskaitė, Indrė Pelėdaitė

    The UK is known as the largest insurance industry in the EU and the 4th largest in the world. According to the London Market Group, over GBP 9 billion of premium is brought annually to the London Insurance Market by brokers on behalf of EU clients. So, up until now, the UK has been a leading exporter of […]

  • Government communication on masks controversial and confusing

    Publication / Allar Jõks / ERR

    Our partner and former justice chancellor Allar Jõks criticized controversial and ambivalent messages from the government over whether wearing a mask is mandatory, recommended or a guideline starting next week. Making mask-wearing mandatory would require amending the Communicable Diseases Prevention and Control Act post haste, Jõks finds. The government sent three different messages during press […]

  • Thomas Reuters: “World Intellectual Property Rights and Remedies”, Release 2020-5

    Publication / Ieva Andersone

    “Latvian laws related to intellectual property recognize several types of intellectual property: copyright, patents, trademarks, plant varieties and industrial designs. In addition, know-how and trade secrets can be protected. All of these types of intellectual property are covered under individual national laws.” Our partner Ieva Andersone shares knowledge regarding Intellectual property rights and not only. […]

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