Kalīne Ozola



English, Latvian



Primary practices:


Secondary practices:

Banking & Finance, GDPR & Data Protection, Government Contracts, Litigation & Arbitration, Public Procurement


+371 27 542 967


+371 27 542 967

Primary practices:


Secondary practices:

Banking & Finance, GDPR & Data Protection, Government Contracts, Litigation & Arbitration, Public Procurement


Kalīne Ozola, Mag.iur. is an attorney who provides legal expertise and assistance to VILGERTS clients in a high profile cases concerning IPR, Public procurement and litigation.

She specializes in copyright infringement cases specifically proceedings related to software counterfeit prosecution and trade mark disputes on a national and international scale. One of the latest projects that she was involved includes assistance in considerable amount of criminal and administrative violation cases on behalf of the BSA/Business Software Alliance and Microsoft (U.S.).
Kalīne is a part of Firm’s public procurement practice. She assists bidders in challenging unlawful tender rules and awards thereof. Kalīne advises VILGERTS clients in complicated public procurement matters and helps to create a common understanding regarding public procurement aspects by drafting best practice guidelines and newsletters.
As part of the litigation team she is dealing with broad range of public law issues and civil cases mainly relating to contract and insurance claims.
Before joining VILGERTS Kalīne have gained extensive experience in administrative law as a Judge’s Assistant in Administrative District Court.



2016 / Associate, VILGERTS
2015 – 2016 / Judge Assistant, Administrative District Court Riga Court house
2014 / Legal Assistant / Law office of Uldis Sneibahs
2013 / Legal department / Intern, BALTA Insurance AAS
2012 / Project Assistant / Intern, KPMG Baltics SIA


2016 / University of Latvia, Mag.iur.
2014 / University of Tartu, Visiting student


Represented Riga City Council’s Real Estate Department before the administrative court regarding a claim for unlawful requirements to submit tender documents containing deliverables normally delivered during the execution of the procurement agreement, The Public Procurement Monitoring Bureau had upheld the client’s approach but was overruled by the court.

Advised Riga City Council’s Real Estate Department, the biggest contracting entity in the Baltics, in a EUR 3,7 Mio dispute about admissibility of technical experience for constructing a sports ground. The Public Procurement Monitoring Bureau upheld the recommended approach.

Act for Ragn-Sells, a waste management company, in a EUR 2,5 Mio dispute whether a subsidiary could have relied on the experience of a mother company. The mother company formed a consortium with the subsidiary but did not list all the experience it would transfer as a part thereof. The dispute is ongoing before Latvian courts.



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