Ilga Gudrenika-Krebs



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Ilga Gudrenika-Krebs is a partner and much-sought expert in real estate law – from legal assistance and clients acquiring real estate to the management, lease and daily operations thereof as a business venture. Upon development of the residential rental market, clients seek advice from Ilga and ask for her legal assistance in this area as well. She has experience in construction and territorial planning projects, public procurement, and commercial law, coupled with expertise in real estate and administrative procedures.

Between 2006 and 2017 Ilga led the real estate practice of Ellex in Latvia. Furthermore, Ilga has in-depth knowledge and experience in litigation – both civil proceedings and administrative proceedings, as well as arbitration proceedings. She is fluent in intellectual property law and holds a certificate of a patient attorney in trademark matters.

Ilga Gudrenika-Krebs is a notable member of the team and specialises in real estate matters on both the transactional and contentious sides.

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Regent's University London (formerly Regent's College)

Accredited mediator


University of Latvia

Master of Laws (LL.M.)


University of Latvia

Professional Law degree (dipl.iur.)


University of Wisconsin, USA

Summer Law School

Latvian Bar Association

Member of the Board of the Private Law section in years 2010 and 2013
Chairperson of the Private Law section from 2010-2011

International Bar Association (IBA)


Since 2006

Trademark Matters in the Republic of Latvia

Trade Mark Attorney

Since 2006

European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO)

Trade Mark Attorney

Since 2003

The Arbitration of the Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry



Commercial Real Estate in Latvia
CEE Legal Matters, 07.03.2023
Latvia’s commercial real estate market saw a high volume of transactions in the past few years, involving shopping centers, stores, offices, and other types of properties.


Commercial Lease at Shopping Centres and Impact of Covid-19
By: Anete Dimitrovska and Ilga Gudrenika-Krebs, April 2020

Considering the state of emergency declared in the Republic of Latvia as a result of the spread of the Covid-19 disease, Partner Ilga Gudrenika-Krebs and Senior Associate Anete Dimitrovska have summarized the most important matters to be considered by tenants of the shopping centres.
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