After the Republic of Lithuania restored its independence on 11 March 1990, the Lithuanian law was reformed fundamentally. The main accent of the reform in business and civil law areas was passing of the new Civil Code and the Code of Civil Procedure of the Republic of Lithuania. Our lawyers actively contributed to the preparation of these Codes.
Before Lithuania became a full member of the European Union, the Lithuanian law was basically reviewed in accordance with the EU acquis communautaire. Now the Lithuanian legal system being a contemporary law system is based on European law traditions and has features of both the continental and common law systems.
In order to provide with the highest quality legal services, the professional law partnership has formed the teams of lawyers specialising in the following areas:
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Corporate Law
- Insolvency and Bankruptcy Law
- Distribution Law
- Competition Law
- Finance and Banking Law
- European Union Law
- Transport Law
- Insurance Law
- Environmental Law
- Energy Law
- Real Property Law
- Labour Law
- Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law
- Litigation & Arbitration Law
- Tax Disputes
Specialisation in these areas allows our lawyers to work more effectively, prepare constructive legal solutions and acquire extensive experience.
In order to propose solutions to legal problems of our clients, we often organise separate temporary teams of lawyers. Having evaluated theoretical and practical aspects of different law areas we can propose integrated solutions to the client.