Name
Diāna Adamoviča

Associate

Languages

English, Latvian, Russian

Location

Latvia

Primary practices:

Public Procurement, Regulatory

Secondary practices:

Telecom & Technology, Environment, Energy, Pharma & Healthcare

Contacts

+371 27 307 785

diana.adamovica@vilgerts.com

Contacts

+371 27 307 785

diana.adamovica@vilgerts.com

Primary practices:

Public Procurement, Regulatory

Secondary practices:

Telecom & Technology, Environment, Energy, Pharma & Healthcare

Diāna Adamoviča, Mag.iur., joined VILGERTS’ Regulatory practice group during 2021.

Prior to joining VILGERTS, Diāna provided comprehensive legal support to a construction design company, including representing the company’s interests in various institutions and courts.

Diāna was also an assistant to a judge in the Regional Administrative Court, where her daily tasks included preparing the case files, as well as preparing draft court rulings and other court related documents.

Diāna assists the Regulatory team in various public procurement related matters before the Procurement Monitoring Bureau and the Administrative Court.

Diāna has experience across a variety of EU and local regulatory matters, including product compliance, medical device registration and obtaining licenses with various Latvian authorities. Diāna also assists the Regulatory team with environmental law issues, including waste management.

Diāna is a PhD student at the Faculty of Law of the University of Latvia “Science of Law”.  Her thesis focuses on “Communication of the judiciary with the society from the aspects of legitimation and ethics”.

CAREER

2021 / Associate, VILGERTS
2019 – 2021 / Assistant to Judge, Regional Administrative Court, Latvia
2018 – 2019 / Legal Assistant, SIA “Campaign”

EDUCATION

2020 / University of Latvia, Dr.iur.
2019 / University of Latvia, Mag.iur.
2017 / University of Latvia, Bac.iur.

Experience

Advising SIA "Patollo" on its application to receive state aid under a Latvian aid scheme to support shopping centers affected by the coronavirus pandemic, approved by the European Commission under the EU Temporary Framework.

Advising SIA "LSREF3 Riga Plaza" on its application to receive state aid under a Latvian aid scheme to support shopping centers affected by the coronavirus pandemic, approved by the European Commission under the EU Temporary Framework.

Advising Latvijas valsts meži (Latvian State Forests), a contracting authority, on both the application of Latvian and EU public procurement procedural rules during a tender procedure.

Advising Siemens Healthcare in disputes at the Public Procurement Bureau and in the administrative courts.

Publications

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