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Maris Liguts joins FORT legal as a partner

On 10, 05 2023 | No Comments | In Uncategorized | By Sandis Bertaitis

Law Firm FORT has expanded its pan-Baltic Banking & Finance team with the addition of attorney-at-law Maris Liguts as a partner in FORT’s Riga office. Maris Liguts joins FORT as from May 2023.

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Tech Developments Driving Legal Evolution in Estonia

On 13, 03 2023 | No Comments | In Uncategorized | By Kadri Lensment

CEE Legal Matters published an article, how tech development is driving and helping to development law in Estonia. In addition to other specialists in their field, our partner Merit Lind also gave her expert opinion.

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The European Blockchain Sandbox has been launched – applications are now open for the first cohort!

On 28, 02 2023 | No Comments | In Uncategorized | By Kadri Lensment

We are very excited to be involved in the initiative by the European Commission, helping to foster a dialogue between regulators and blockchain innovators. The European Commission in partnership with the consortium led by Bird & Bird and OXYGY have launched a pan-European sandbox for innovative use cases involving Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT). FORT is covering the Baltic region.

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New Fee Charged from Producers of Electricity in Latvia – Capacity Reservation Charge

On 17, 01 2023 | No Comments | In Uncategorized | By Sandis Bertaitis

From the year 2023, a fee shall be charged from producers of electricity for reservation of the system’s capacity/standby which has been approved by the Latvian Public Utilities Commission (PUC) under a decision passed on the 12th of January. The new fee will provide a clear picture as to which electricity production projects under development are the feasible ones

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Official electronic address – mandatory for all legal entities in Latvia from 1 January 2023

On 12, 12 2022 | No Comments | In Uncategorized | By Sandis Bertaitis

Already as of 1 January 2023, all legal entities – private and public limited liability companies, associations, foundations and other legal entities registered in the registers in Latvia – are obliged to register and use an official e-address or digital mailbox.

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