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08 January 2021

BDO Law helps the client to renew the company's operations and stop the liquidation processFor several years now, promoting the transparency of commercial companies and the availability of information about the persons in whose interests the company operates, the Latvian regulatory framework...

05 January 2021

When entering a new market, a foreign company must take into account regulatory requirements, industry specifics and consider a number of other aspects. BDO Law team provides a full range of legal support to Belarusian company in connection with the expansion of the company's operations in Latvia...

10 December 2020

By promoting the traditions of culture and art patronage in Latvia, BDO Latvia announces an award for the support of young artists. The aim of the award is to help young artists gain the recognition and appreciation which is so important in their professional development.At the end of this year...

15 November 2020

Personal data is an extremely valuable tool; it is capable of being leveraged to inform decisions and policies, and reach such specific and targeted conclusions to complicated questions, that it borders on clairvoyance

11 May 2020

The same as the majority of the European countries, Latvia also, first of all, thinks about solidarity between the state and entrepreneurs on the prevention of the immediate unemployment situation. In order to motivate entrepreneurs affected by the crisis not to discharge employees, having idle...

30 March 2020

Immediately following the declaration of an emergency, the government has appealed to enterprises to avoid hasty decisions on redundancies and promised to draw up a special idle-time regulation.

20 March 2020

On March 20, 2020, Parliament (Saeima) adopted the Crisis Act “On measures to prevent and manage national threats and consequences of Covid-19” which includes a series of measures aimed at mitigating the negative consequences of the COVID-19 epidemic for businesses.

20 March 2020

On March 20, the parliament of the Republic of Latvia adopted a special law on the prevention and management of state threats and their consequences in connection with the spread of Covid-19 (hereinafter – the Crisis act), which introduces a number of temporary measures to mitigate the potential...

20 March 2020

On 20th March 2020 Latvian Parliament has adopted amendments to the Commercial Law providing for remote participation and voting in the shareholders' meeting by means of written notification and electronic means of communication. The notice convening the meeting will specify the arrangements and...

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