Reinis Sokolovs is a senior associate specializing in M&A, corporate and commercial law and insolvency & restructuring.
He represents clients and their interests in local and cross border transactions ranging from small domestic transactions to large scale multi-million euro M&A transactions. Reinis acts as a team lead for due diligence projects, covering client assistance in document management, information memorandum, NDA and risk analysis as well as project management, SPA drafting and closing matters. He handles projects running multidisciplinary teams and has extensive business law knowledge on assisting companies, shareholders, investors and management.
He has experience in advising, conducting research and drafting legal documents in a variety of business-related transactions, as well as in debt restructuring, licencing and day-to-day corporate issues including corporate governance, company foundation, internal restructuring, reorganization, UBO registration and liquidation matters.
Reinis has led various local and multi-jurisdiction M&As, reorganization projects and investment projects, assisting international equity funds, banks, start-ups, well established large companies, non-profit companies and state-owned companies. Reinis has extensive experience in advising clients on M&A transactions from the first steps of preparing for the auction and preparing the vendor’s due diligence materials to closing the deal and conducting post-closing activities. He has provided assistance and professional help on the buy-side, sell-side, and as a third-party advisory attorney.
University of Latvia
University of Latvia
Private Law section, Latvian Bar Association
International Bar Association (IBA)
2016Directors Liability: a Worldwide Review (third edition)
Directors' Liability is a source of reference for international business lawyers published in conjunction with the International Bar Association. It is a comparative study of a crucial issue in corporate law, which provides practitioners with a powerful and decisive tool for ascertaining and comparing the law affecting directors' liability in today's globalizing economies.
The book covers nearly fifty jurisdictions worldwide and includes eight jurisdictions previously not covered. The third edition offers senior lawyers in major firms the opportunity to provide concise, detailed, and easy-to-understand summaries on their home law on directors' liability. Authors whose research appeared in earlier editions have updated their chapters, and the case law summarized and analysed now reflects published cases through the end of March 2016.
Experts Raimonds Slaidiņš and Reinis Sokolovs are co-authors of the Latvia chapter of the book.
Original source of publication: Directors' Liability: A Worldwide Review Third Edition, Alexander Loos (Ed.), International Bar Association Series, Volume 22,
© 2016 Kluwer Law International BV, The Netherlands.