Kristaps Loze receives the World Justice Project® certificate as confirmation of his contribution to creating the Rule of Law Index 2023.
Our law firm successfully represented the members of the management and supervisory boards of a large Latvian food producer in a lawsuit against the company's minority shareholder. The gist of the lawsuit: the company's claim provided for in Article 172 of the Commercial Law.
Loze & Partners is proud and honoured to represent clients before the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg, Case C-78/21.
"We are pleased that the state authorities listen to their entrepreneurs, delve into the submitted evidence and cooperate to achieve a positive result," says attorney at law Jānis Loze.
We have successfully represented one of the largest Ukrainian investors in Latvia
Taking into account the recent developments in the Latvian banking sector, this will be a much-anticipated preliminary ruling in both Latvia and the European Union as a whole.
Dear friends, clients, colleagues, cooperation partners Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for being with us this year! May the New Year be beneficial for all of us and open up new opportunities! Wishing you a Happy Holiday and a joyful New Year! LOZE & PARTNERS
The Index was developed by the Aviation Working Group with input on legal facts from over 200 law firms worldwide, that specialise in aviation law, including Loze & Partners.
Collective redress, a novelty to be introduced into the field of consumer rights protection in the European Union
The EU institutions approved a law which would allow citizens in all EU countries to go to court as a group if they have suffered the same damage.
Minority Shareholder’s Right to Bring an Action against Management Board and Supervisory Board Members: Observations Stemming from Practice
The article by Jānis Loze and Kristaps Loze, "Minority Shareholder’s Right to Bring an Action against Management Board and Supervisory Board Members: Observations Stemming from Practice", has been published in the latest issue of Jurista Vārds of 23 April.
On 21 March 2018, Loze & Partners hosted the Irish Latvian Chamber of Commerce Annual General Meeting
A Societas Europaea may transfer its registered office from one EU country (including also Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein that are non-EU countries) to another without liquidation and formation of a new company in another EU country.
We are proud to say we have provided legal advice in the matter that has resulted in the Supreme Courting departing from its standpoint stated in its decisions of 2013 and 2016 that cases dealing with the requests for information by councillors do not fall under the competence of administrative proceedings, and has acknowledged that in compliance with the principles of a democratic state governed by the rule of law and Article 2 of the Administrative Procedure Law, it is the Administrative Court that has jurisdiction over such dispute.
When the organizers of Nordic & Baltic Young Artist Award approached us, it did not take long to decide, as Loze & Partners has always tried to support young and talented people, within its abilities, and this time as well we are happy to give backing to this event.
On 12 July 2018, a memorandum of understanding was entered into by the Latvian Government and Telia Company AB on improvement of strategic coordination in SIA Lattelecom and SIA Latvijas Mobilais Telefons.
Kristaps Loze together with attorney-at-law Jeffrey van Nuland from Boels Zanders Advocaten compare the liability of directors in the Netherlands and Latvia in the article “The Netherlands and Latvia: Directors in the twilight zone” published in the ADVOC Gazette.
Although the participation in the Job Shadow Day is already a matter of annual routine for our law firm, not always we have that special gratifying feeling that this was a good job done, as it was this time. Merits of our shadows should not be underestimated, as this year our shadows were excellent –smart, focussed, and eager to find out as much as possible about the work of lawyers.