Employment law

The key to successful and fair solutions lies in solid professional qualifications

Life today would be unthinkable without labour law. Being part of the EEA, knowledge of only national law proves to be insufficient. We should look at what is actually happening around us. We do so every day and can offer a high level of expertise in the field. We believe that the successful results and individually tailored solutions prove to be a reflection of the qualifications and experience of our lawyers. If you share our beliefs and vision, our highly skilled professionals are at your service.

 

Our legal services offered to the employment law sector include: 

  • conceiving and developing corporate organisational structures;
  • advising on development and implementation of various corporate policies, such as employee privacy, personal data protection, non-discrimination, reconciliation of work and family life, etc.;
  • advising on the employment and labour law issues in M&A;
  • advising on drafting, amendment and termination of employment contracts
  • advising on drafting, performance and expiry of contracts with CEOs;
  • advising on employee incentives, compensation and tax-related matters;
  • advising on all aspects of drafting and performance of confidentiality and non-competition agreements;
  • advising on all aspects of employee posting and employment through temporary employment agencies;
  • advising on work safety issues;
  • advising on all aspects of employment and obtaining residency and work permits in Lithuania for citizens from the EU and third countries;
  • conducting legal due diligence and drafting various documents, such as rules of procedure, instructions and other local regulations, individual agreements, collective agreements, etc.

 

 

  • advising Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget SCA on transfering of employees upon the acquisition of business;
  • providing comments to Association of the Temporary Agency Work on the interpretation and implementation of the Law on Temporary Agency Work of the Republic of Lithuania (lease of employees);
  • comments to Association of the Temporary Agency Work on the interpretation and implementation of the Law on Temporary Agency Work of the Republic of Lithuania (lease of employees);
  • advising Litra UABUA, logistics company, on individual dismissal, also employment advice to everyday corporate concerns;
  • advising Balmeto medis UAB (a wholly owned subsidiary of US based timber company Ochoco Lumber Ltd.) regarding collective and individual dismissal, also employment advice to everyday corporate concerns;
  • advising Devold UAB (producer of sports & leisure wear and protective clothing) regarding collective and individual dismissal, also employment advice to everyday corporate concerns;
  • advising Vilkyškių pieninė AB regarding collective dismissal;
  • advising Embassy of the United States regarding collective dismissal;
  • advising Nike Incorporated on employment law issues during the process of divestment of production in Audimas factory.

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A. Maliauskaitė-Embrektė presented the novelties in regulation of labour relations in Lithuania to the Embassy of Sweden

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