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  • Negotiated procedure for procurement of border fence

    Publication / Laurynas Lukošiūnas, Raivo Raudzeps, Andris Tauriņš, Viktorija Soņeca, Paulius Murauskas

    EU Directives and local laws in Lithuania and Latvia allow negotiated procedures without publication in cases of extreme urgency. Public procurement regulation enables public buyers to buy within a matter of days – or even hours, if necessary. The know-how and best practice gained in emergency situations related to COVID-19 can be used for border […]

  • Lithuanian businessman detained in Slovenia on Russia’s request

    Publication / Laurynas Lukošiūnas

    Lithuanian businessman Vidmantas Kučinskas, the founder of the Arvi business group, has been detained in Slovenia over suspicions of fraud in Russia, sources have told BNS. Alfa Bank’s lawyer Laurynas Lukošiūnas said on Friday that Kučinskas’ detention would help to swiftly investigate the allegations against him and prevent new offences. “The creditor, Alfa Bank, is […]

  • Public Procurement webinar 23.04.2020 Q&A

    Publication / Kadri Härginen, Mario Sõrm, Maria Rodich, Raivo Raudzeps, Laurynas Lukošiūnas

    We thank all of our clients who joined us today for our first regional webinar focusing on Public Procurement in times of crisis. Please find here an overview of the questions asked from our team by the participants. The questions were answered by our regional team of Public Procurement specialists: Kadri Härginen and Mario Sõrm […]

  • Public procurement in times of crisis: the Baltic States

    Publication / Kadri Härginen, Mario Sõrm, Raivo Raudzeps, Žilvinas Briedis, Laurynas Lukošiūnas

    The outbreak of COVID-19 not only requires a public health response, but also has ramifications in the public procurement sphere. Although the crisis creates a multitude of risks and hurdles to procurement as we have been used to, public procurement legislation also offers several remedies which allow public purchases to be tailored for more turbulent […]

  • Lithuanian businessman charged with large-scale fraud in Russia

    Publication / Laurynas Lukošiūnas

    Lithuanian businessman Vidmantas Kucinskas says he has no knowledge of large-scale fraud charges against him in Russia. Russia’s Alfa Bank is trying to recoup a debt of around 20 million euros from Kucinskas through courts, and the latter believes the bank might try to employ such tactics to bolster its position during the negotiations on […]

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