Conducting a competition training for the management and employees of a major construction company.
Advising a major construction company in relation to the Competition Council’s cartel investigation.
Representing Moller Mobility group companies – distributors of VW cars in Latvia - in litigation with Latvia’s Competition Council, where the court has repealed a EUR 7.4 million fine imposed on our clients for an alleged cartel agreement.
Representing Rimi Latvia SIA in litigation with Latvia’s Competition Council challenging the decision to prohibit Rimi from acquisition of lease rights of premises in the shopping mall “Domina”, instead allowing Rimi’s competitor Maxima Latvija SIA to open a supermarket in the same premises.
Partner Debora Pāvila is acting as co-counsel to Lithuanian colleagues in the first multi-million antitrust damages litigation before Lithuanian courts representing Air Baltic Corporation AS against BAB Fly-LAL Lithuanian Airlines. The case has already twice been referred to the Court of Justice of the EU for a preliminary ruling.
Advising Balcia Insurance SE (previously BTA Insurance Company) in a merger deal with Vienna Insurance Group AG. VILGERTS prepared all the necessary documents, including merger notification, and carried out an in-depth analysis of the effects of the merger in all three Baltic States. The merger was successfully cleared in all three Baltic States, namely, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia.
Successfully representing Air Baltic Corporation AS in settlement negotiations with Riga International Airport regarding the first multi-million antitrust damages litigation in the jurisdiction of Latvia. VILGERTS secured a favourable settlement agreement.
Advising Iepirkumu grupa SIA (Top!) concerning interpretation of specific provisions of the Unfair Retail Practices Prohibition Law.
Representing RIMI Latvia SIA in public consultation process about the Guidelines on the Unfair Retail Commercial Practices Prohibition Law drafted by the Latvian Competition Council.
Successfully representing Air Baltic Corporation AS in litigation before the Supreme Court, in which the insolvent FlyLAL Lithuanian Airlines brought an action for recognition and enforcement of foreign attachment order worth EUR 58 Mio against our client and Riga International Airport. The Supreme Court refused to recognize and enforce the order.