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Senior Associate Anda Staltmane

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Anda Staltmane, Mag.iur., is an attorney in law firm VILGERTS and part of firm’s litigation and dispute resolution team. She represents firm’s clients in litigations concerning real estate and construction, commercial matters, insolvency and insurance.

Before focusing her practice on litigation, Anda worked in a law firm, where she gained broad experience in drafting contracts and exercising transactions in such areas as design and construction, sale and purchase of real estates, investments and project development, IT, as well as in company establishment, M&A, liquidation and corporate governance.

As an assistant to several insolvency administrators Anda has gained extensive work experience in the insolvency field. She has helped clients to avoid insolvency proceedings initiated by creditors, one of the major cases involving the debt due of EUR 9 Mio. She also has successfully defended the debtors’ related (holding) companies and previous management board members against claims brought by insolvency administrators. Anda is a member of Section of Insolvency Rights Attorneys by Latvian Bar Association and has organized several conferences on the current issues and transformations of the insolvency law in Latvia.



2017 / Associate, VILGERTS
2014 – 2017 / Associate, O.Cers and J.Jurkāns
2013 – 2014 / Legal Assistant,  Kravčenko birojs


2015 / University of Latvia, Mag. iur.


2016 / Latvian Bar Association

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    • Overview: Construction disputes before the newly formed Court of Economic Affairs in Latvia

      June 18, 2021

      by Anda Staltmane, Senior Associate

      On 31 March 2021, the newly formed Court of Economic Affairs (CEA) of the Republic of Latvia.  The CEA now has sole jurisdiction over complex disputes of commercial nature, including a certain category construction disputes. The law states the CEA reviews “claims arising from contractual obligatio...

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    • Reduction of EU co-financing due to construction defects

      February 16, 2021

      by Anda Staltmane, Senior Associate

      Latvia has access to co-financing from EU funds in the construction field, which is allocated to the manufacturing industry, housing, public infrastructure and other sectors in order to implement energy-efficient solutions, promote the use of renewable energy resources and achieve other specific supp...

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