Edvijs Zandars is an associate partner at Ellex in Latvia, specializing in IP, IT, competition law and other regulated areas of law. He has more than 10 years of legal experience in advising clients on the protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights and licensing. Edvijs also regularly represents clients before Latvian courts, IP enforcement institutions, Latvian Patent Office, WIPO and EUIPO.
Edvijs is experienced in rendering regulatory assistance to multinational technology, e-commerce and telecommunications companies. He has been the focal point in communication with Latvian regulatory authorities concerning innovative technologies and solutions, helping clients successfully establish their services in Latvia. In addition to his regulatory expertise, Edvijs is an experienced professional in competition matters and has been involved in many significant competition cases handled by the firm. He is also a registered patent attorney in trademark matters in Latvia.
Maag Group acquires HKScan’s Baltic businesses
Tet acquires telecommunications company Telia Latvija
King's College London
University of Latvia
University of Latvia
Latvian Bar Association
Trademark Matters in the Republic of Latvia
2021International Advertising Law: A Practical Global Guide, Second Edition
Co-author for the Latvia chapter together with Associate partner Sarmis Spilbergs, Associates Kaspars Olsevskis, Mikijs Zimecs and Pauls Ancs and Junior associate Anna Marta Nordmane.
2019Private Antitrust Litigation in Latvia: Overview
Ellex experts in Latvia Liga Merwin, Edvijs Zandars and Kaspars Oļševskis have prepared an overview on Private Antitrust Litigation in Latvia. This Q&A is part of the global guide to private antitrust litigation.
2018European Investigations Guide
The first edition of the European Investigations Guide is designed to provide you with a quick reference to some of the most pressing questions relating to internal investigations in European countries.
Ellex experts in Latvia Irina Kostina and Edvijs Zandars are the authors of the Latvia chapter of the guide.