How to Avoid Contract Disputes

LEGAL NEWS • January 6, 2021

A contract dispute is a disagreement between two or more of the parties involved in a legally binding contractual agreement. When a contract has been negotiated, set up, and agreed upon, but one of the parties doesn't meet all of the terms and conditions of the contract, that party could be in breach of contract. It's essential to realize that when you commit yourself to a legally binding contract, all your responsibilities and obligations must be completed in accordance with the written contract. To avoid contract disputes it is important for both parties to consult legal professionals, understand the terms of the contract before finalizing it and analyse whether you can complete all your obligations and responsibilities in accordance with the contract.


Data transfers under the GDPR to the United Kingdom after Brexit

LEGAL NEWS • January 4, 2021

As of 1 January 2021, the UK will no longer apply the General Data Protection Regulation to the processing of personal data, therefore a separate legal framework regarding data protection will be in force in the UK. If your company operates in the EU and transfers personal data to the UK, as well as the same apples to all transfers of personal data between stakeholders subject to GDPR, that kind of transfer of personal data will constitute a transfer of personal data to a third country and therefore will be subject to the provisions of Chapter 5 of the GDPR.


AML Policy Preparation for Companies in EU

LEGAL NEWS • January 3, 2021

EU LAW FIRM offers legal assistance in AML matters for companies to ensure the compliance with the requirements of the AML law. EU LAW FIRM offers your company variety of legal services speficially tailored for the internal control system of the company, to ensure the highest level of compliance with the AML legal framework.


Merry Christmas & Happy New Year from EU LAW FIRM - A Special Holiday Greeting

LEGAL NEWS • December 24, 2020

Dear clients, colleagues and partners. This year has been complicated for each of us, we hope that your families and you are healthy and safe during these hard times. Notwithstanding the pandemic, we tend to find ourselves reflecting on the positive things we had past year and those who have helped our business. At this special time, our thoughts turn gratefully to those, who supported us throughout the year. May the holiday spirit be with you and your family, we wish you a very Happy Holiday season and a prosperous and productive New Year.


Business opportunities in Latvia

LEGAL NEWS • December 22, 2020

Discover Latvia as a great business opportunity. Latvia, one of the European Union member states, located at the heart of the NordicBaltic region, with its skilled and multilingual labour force, friendly taxation rates, various natural resources, and strategic location is a foundation for the country’s growing economy and makes Latvia the perfect place to develop or start your European Union business.


Residency in Latvia/EU after Brexit

LEGAL NEWS • December 20, 2020

Upon the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union under the agreement between the European Union and the United Kingdom, citizens of the UK and their family members until 31 December 2020 still retain all rights as an EU citizens pursuant to Directive 2004/38/EC "Procedures for the Entry and Residence in the Republic of Latvia of Citizens of the Union and their Family Members". However, if you wish to continue residing in Latvia, it is mandatory to renew your residence permit or apply for residence permit for long-stay in the Republic of Latvia. EU LAW FIRM, a leading Latvian legal bureau in immigration can help you to reside in the Republic of Latvia by providing legal consultation on new requirements and preparing the necessary documents for immigration authorities.