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07.09.2017

Janis Moors starts giving the lectures Fundamentals of State and Law and Labor Law

On September 7, 2017 Janis Moors, Sworn Advocate at the Law Office NOVIUS, has started teaching the courses Fundamentals of State and Law and Labor Law for the students of Riga Stradins University. As a professional in the sphere of Public Law and Civil Law, …

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20.04.2017

Kaspars Novicans gives a seminar to sworn bailiffs

Having regard to extensive amendments to the Insolvency Law, sworn advocate Kaspars Novicans, the managing partner of law office NOVIUS, gives lecture to sworn bailiffs on the topic “Legal Protection Proceedings from the Perspective of Sworn Bailiffs”.

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21.03.2017

Evija Novicane has been appointed as a member of the Disciplinary Matters Commission of Administrators of Insolvency Proceedings

In accordance with the injunction of the Minister of Justice of 21 March 2017, the composition of the Disciplinary Matters Commission of Administrators of Insolvency Proceedings has been approved, including therein certified administrator of insolvency proceedings Evija Novicane who is a partner of law office …

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01.03.2017

Insolvency proceedings may become politically influenced

Sworn advocate Kaspars Novicans, a partner at the office, gives his opinion to the Daily Business Newspaper regarding amendments to the Insolvency Law, stating that the new provisions are unadvised and transfer to the public administration matters which should be settled, at least in a …

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28.02.2017

Release of a board member from liability

The matter regarding release of a board member from liability has many aspects not directly regulated by the law. For example, whether statutes (or an agreement with the board member) can provide for regulations which “mitigate” provisions of Section 169 of the Commercial Law regarding …

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24.02.2017

Evija Novicane gives seminar to the members of the Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry on the topic “Liability Red Lines for Board Members – How to Protect Yourself?”

Successful growth of a company mainly depends on the management path of the board. However, all board members know that in business there are many risks and other factors due to which the company may suffer losses. In accordance with the Commercial Law, board members …

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21.02.2017

Evija Novicane attended 75th Annual Scientific Conference of the University of Latvia

Sworn advocate Evija Novicane, a partner of the law office, spoke at the 75th Annual Scientific Conference of the Faculty of Law, University of Latvia on the topic “Concept of “Honest and Careful Manager” as a Measure for Carefulness (Guilt) of a Board Member”, where …

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16.12.2016

Ivars Mekons comments the new Public Procurement Law

Ivars Mekons, an expert of international transactions and a practitioner in the field of public procurements, has positive things to say about the new Public Procurement Law adopted by the Parliament. Special recognition should be paid to the introduction of deposits which was already offered …

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08.11.2016

Liability of the board in case of financial hardship

One might think that the board has complete discretion in deciding how to solve the company’s financial problems. Everyone has to find their own path, as one might even say. However, it should be kept in mind that the Insolvency Law does not allow not …

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14.10.2016

Office representatives give seminars to the candidates to the position of an administrator of insolvency proceedings

Advocate Kaspars Novicans from law office NOVIUS gives seminars to the candidates to the position of an administrator of insolvency proceedings on the following topics: “Property management and sale, cession and offset in insolvency proceedings” (time: 14 October 2016) and “Specific characteristics of insolvency proceedings …

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