Reorganization of company

Our office managing partner and lawyer Ivo Klotiņš, together with lawyer Oskars Lipskis,  successfully carried out a reorganization process for public limited liability company with paid shared capital EUR 1 258 923.40.As a result, the company is joined and reorganized by the merger, adding it to limited liability company, which is one of the dominant publishing houses in Latvia and in the Baltics and on 2019 worked with a  EUR 12.774 million turnover.

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December 22, 2020

AS ”Jelgavas Dzirnavas”

We are pleased to announce that in the end of summer, KLOTIŅI //SERĢIS together with the leading corporate finance company in Baltic states ‘Prudentia’’ helped to Jelgavas Dzirnavas in assets sale to the Agricultural Cooperative VAKS.

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November 12, 2020

Ministry of Justice Recognition to attorney-at-law Antra Kalēja

In August 2020, our colleague, attorney-at-law Antra Kalēja, received recognition from the Ministry of Justice for her work and involvement in providing free legal aid in cases of child abduction.

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August 21, 2020

Brivibas 40

We are pleased to announce that starting from August 10, our new location is 40 Brivibas Street.

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June 11, 2020

#remote | remote and autonomous work

The Office’s managing partner and attorney-at-law Ivo Klotiņš participated in a remote interview with Kaspars Vendelis within the project #remote | remote and autonomous work. During the conversation, Ivo revealed that he was ready ...

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June 9, 2020

KLOTINI SERGIS managing partner interview to Latvian television

On June 4, KLOTINI SERGIS managing partner, attorney-at-law Ivo Klotiņš, gave an interview to Latvian television evening news “Panorāma” commenting on how during Covid-19 courts implement their work remotely, as well giving an insig...

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March 26, 2020

Covid-19, what is important

Our office keeps up with all the latest news in the country at this difficult time. We offer you to look at the information that matters most from a legal point of view. For companies suffering from the covid-19 cri...