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The development of the regulation on whistleblower protection in Lithuania started prior to the Directive (EU) 2019/1937 (Directive) coming into force. The first edition of the Law on Protection of Whistleblowers of the Republic of Lithuania (the Law) was passed by the parliament on November 28, 2017, set to enter into force on January 1, 2019. This took place mainly because of OECD insistence on the adoption of the Law prior to Lithuania’s accession to the OECD.

The life sciences industry is a rapidly growing market around the world and appears to have special importance in Lithuania. TGS Baltic Partner Dalia Tamasauskaite-Ziliene and Glimstedt Partner Ausra Maliauskaite-Embrekte explore the key developments in the field and the main drivers behind them. 

The past two years have brought about tectonic shifts across all industries, business sectors, and economies. Adapting to the ever-changing concept of a “new normal” became an everyday task, and law firms were no exception. Motieka & Audzevicius Partner Rokas Jankus, iLaw Lextal Managing Partner Tomas Bagdanskis, and Sorainen Managing Partner Laimonas Skibarka share how Baltic firms have managed to hold their own in these challenging times.

The war in Ukraine has irrevocably altered the face of Europe, and legislative landscapes are no exception. iLaw Lextal Partner Jolanta Liukaityte-Stoniene, Motieka & Audzevicius Partner Rimantas Daujotas, and Fort Legal Partner Ruta Radzeviciute-Meizeraite focus on the legislative updates in Lithuania.

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