Gencs Valters Law Firm in Latvia has been included in the European Legal 500 US Special Edition: We have been recommended in Tax, Corporate and M&A, Dispute resolution, IP,IT and Telecoms, Shipping and Transport practice areas
The hugely successful Legal 500 series of guides reviews the strengths and strategies of law firms in over 90 countries in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, North and South America, and the Caribbean. These easy-to-navigate and cross-referenced guides provide research and law firm rankings to enable clients to identify the best law firm for the job.
We are pleased to inform that Gencs Valters Law Firm is included in The European Legal 500 US Special Edition - the most comprehensive research into European Law firms. This guide is designed to inform US companies who the best law firms are across Europe.
Gencs Valters Law Firm has been recommended as a TOP-TIER FIRM in 1 practice area:
Gencs Valters Law Firm handles domestic and cross-border matters including tax planning, audits and litigation, and its expertise includes VAT and corporate taxation. Clients include Hyosung Corporation and Snickers Workwear AB. Valters Gencs is well regarded.
Gencs Valters Law Firm has also been recommended in the following 4 practice areas:
- Corporate and M&A
Firm’s clients include multinationals such as McDonald’s, Mothercare and L’Oréal.
- Dispute resolution
Law Firm primarily acts for international clients in trade mark infringement, labour law and tax cases.
- IP, IT and telecoms
Firm has particular expertise in patent and trade mark registration, as well as trade mark infringement cases and other disputes. The team advised Hertz Systems and Facebook on matters relating to unlawful use of trade marks.
- Shipping and transport
Firm advises shipowners and logistics companies on both contentious and non-contentious matters. Clients include Tschudi Logistics, Ahiji Transportation and HLVB Shipping.
4 lawyers from our law firm in Latvia are recommended in The Legal 500 Europe, Middle East & Africa 2014 editorial: Valters Gencs (Corporate and M&A, Tax), Sanita Laiveniece (Dispute resolution), Eva Narovska (IP, IT and telecoms), Gunda Leite (Shipping and transport).
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