Our team share another piece of intellectual property (IP) news in the Belarus-Baltics region telling about curious cases, news in legislation, and some measures taken by governments due to the COVID-19 pandemic which may still be helpful to business (mainly extension of statutory deadlines and, in some cases, waiver of statutory duties). IP news from […]
Our specialists Ieva Andersone and Gunvaldis Leitens authored an overview of the Data Breach Notification legal framework in Latvia. More about Data Breach you can read here.
CEE Legal Matters interviewed our partner Kaupo Lepasepp to discuss the current democratic situation in Estonia, recent legislation passed and the effect COVID-19 has had on the legal market. “Overall, Estonia is doing great as a democracy, with a solid rule of law and dedication to the EU and international cooperation,” says Kaupo. While most […]
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 […]
On 1 November 2020, important amendments to the Law on Competition will come into force, which will further increase the need for businesses to prevent infringements of competition law. Greater liability and significantly increased fines can potentially lead to the termination of businesses. We are highlighting amendments to the Law that are vital for businesses […]