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Matiss Rostoks

Service areas
Corporate and M&A, Dispute resolution, Employment, Tax

contact information
M: +371 29192427


Matiss main practice areas are corporate and consumer protection, competition law and employment law.
Matiss has over 10 years of legal services experience and has been involved in numerous M&A, corporate and competition law cases. Likewise, Matiss is recognized expert in dispute resolution cases including consumer protection, competition and IP matters. 
Matiss has been involved in complicated IP and competition law cases that has set a footprint on the Latvian legal area. His experience includes working at leading «traditional law firms» and also Big4 law firms.
Matiss is a PhD candidate in the University of Latvia with a specialization on tax law and lecturer of Administrative law at numerous universities in Latvia.


News in tax dispute cases, Bilances Juridiskie Padomi, August 2017
Board member's responsibility for tax payments, Bilances Juridiskie Padomi, January 2017
Compensation of damages for trademark infringement in Latvia, CEE Legal Matters Magazine, June 2016



NEWS about Matiss Rostoks

  • Magnusson partner successfully represents client's interests

    The client was involved in a debt collection case

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  • Magnusson partner Matiss Rostoks advised client on purchase of real estate

    The purchase was made from Latvian biggest charity organization

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  • Magnusson Latvia assists an IT company

    Assistance was given regarding investment attraction

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  • Amendments made to the Competition Law – new requirements for the public sector

    During the last Parliament session of March, the Competition Law (CL) amendments were supported during the third and last reading. The amendments mirrored the Competition Council’s (CC) long efforts to enlarge the existing mechanisms in their arsenal in combating the CL violations by public persons. This initiative of the CC is rooted in more than thirty violations of the CL by public persons and their corporations, and in that separate institutions have historically earned reinforced and repeated attention from the CC.

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