Associate Partners

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Inga Klimašauskienė

Associate Partner

Inga focuses her legal practice on consulting and litigation in commercial and employment law. Inga has excellent experience in advising and representing leading multinational companies in matters concerning performance of different commercial contracts, claims for loss, damages, and costs, regulatory issues. She has significant experience in representing the interests of employers in the event of restructuring and redundancy, dismissal, transfer undertakings, hire of temporary workers and other employment law issues.  Inga regularly represents the clients before both general jurisdiction and administrative courts of all instances.

 

Education

  • Phd studies, Vilnius University Faculty of Law, 2012 to date
  • Master of International Business and Law, Vilnius University International Business School, 2013
  • Master of Laws (LL.M.), Suffolk University Law School (Boston, US), 2008
  • Master of Laws (LL.M.), Vilnius University Faculty of Law, 2005

Membership

  • Lithuanian Bar Association
  • European Employment Lawyers Association (EELA)
  • Danish Chambers of Commerce (DCC) in Lithuania
  • Institute of Collective Labour Law and Social Partnership, Vilnius University Faculty of Law
  • Lithuanian Business Confederation (LBC) Human Resources Commission

 

Languages

Lithuanian, English, Russian

 

Other

  • Internship at Watson Farley & Williams, New York, US, 2016
  • Internship at Atkin Chambers, London, UK, 2007
  • Inga regularly enhances her qualification at the Academy of European Law (ERA), which is funded by the European Commission to provide judicial and legal training to practitioners in Member States

 

Publications / News

Charges for a spouse’s employment against a manager may imply discrimination of marital status

A new draft of the Labour Code of Lithuania made its way to the Parliament

When the wrong application of law is not a computation error, monetary compensation for unused annual leave can be recovered from an employee if received unduly

The employer shall pay a non-compete compensation to current employees if he wants to limit them from working for a competitor during their employment.

Work on board the fishing vessel not necessarily based on the employment contract

The fees for legal services performed by those other than attorneys in Lithuanian civil proceedings cannot be awarded.

The new draft of the Labour Code of Lithuania has been presented

The European Court of Justice has explained the Transfers of Undertakings Directive 2001/23/EC

Territorial scope: The employer shall be allowed to suspend an employee from work during the period of notice of the termination of an employment contract

Courts cannot weigh in on redundancy’s expedience, because this is competence of the employer not the courts

Employers must compensate employees separately for restricting their right to work for others, not only after, but also during their employment

How inspectors of the State Labour Inspectorate of Lithuania will be verifying the reasonability of the posting of workers

Working on fishing vessels, not necessarily on the basis of an employment contract

The Lithuanian Supreme Court has established a significant precedent shifting direct liability to the Manager of the Company

Baltic American Chamber of Commerce Sets up in New York

The Baltic American Chamber of Commerce introduce itself to the Lithuanian trade delegation at the Consulate General in New York

GLIMSTEDT - a national contributor of EELC

Baltic American Chamber of Commerce in New York and Vilnius Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts signed cooperation agreement

The Supreme Court of Lithuania has finalised the high profile case of nearly EUR 3.5 million

Citizenship of the RSA Litvaks represented by GLIMSTEDT has been restored

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Contacts

Jogailos 4, 01116 Vilnius