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Henrikas Stelmokaitis

Presented an article regarding employee poaching for Concurrences

23 May 2022

Our firm’s competition practice lead Henrikas Stelmokaitis persistently educates on unfair competition and represents clients in disputes regarding employee poaching.  One of the most notable journals on competition law in Europe "Concurrences" published Henrikas’ article “The no-poaching law meets Article 101: where is the line?”

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Henrikas Stelmokaitis

Information for the Ukrainian citizens relocating to Lithuania

2 March 2022

Arriving in Lithuania

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Mantas Juozaitis

When did a dispute with the State Tax Inspectorate become a judgment on business reputation?

12 October 2021

Today, in litigation with the State Tax Inspectorate (STI), businesses encounter a lot of risks: gaining unwanted publicity and attracting the label of the scammer, losing the trust of business partners and clients, incurring financial losses, losing funding, and ultimately losing employees. All these circumstances determine why businessmen, even when being right, avoid engaging in (public) discussions with the STI and do not go to court.

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Raminta Stravinskaitė

Prepare a procedure for periodic symptom screening of COVID-19

13 September 2021

ATTENTION all manufacturing companies! Please note that as of 13 September the employees of manufacturing companies will be able to perform their work functions only after testing for COVID-19 periodically. The obligation of periodic testing will not apply to employees who have been already infected with COVID-19 or have been vaccinated.

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Dmitrij Mačiugin

Post-Brexit litigation features and recommendations for business

23 February 2021

Since January 1st, 2021 the Brexit transition period completely ended. For the business and private subjects of Lithuania, it means that before filing the claim/complaint against a UK subject or negotiating with it over the terms of a future contract it is essential to be aware of the new post-Brexit legal landscape.

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Sigita Zavišienė

Important changes in legislation and first homework for Fintech companies in 2021

4 February 2021

Fintech companies holding e-money or payment institution licences are reminded to:

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Sigita Zavišienė

2020 Review: Fintech sector has almost doubled

14 December 2020

The year 2020 that’s drawing to a close has been an exceptional year for all Lithuanian and international business sectors, including Fintech companies, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, according to the Lithuanian Payments Market Review 2020 published by the Bank of Lithuania, the latter companies have been quite successful at responding to this challenge, having expediently reorganised customer service flows and having guaranteed secure payment methods in e-commerce.

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