On 16 July 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued a judgment in the so-called “Schrems II” case (case C-311/18, see full text and press release), which will have a significant impact on transferring personal data outside the EU and the EEA. The decision is likely to cause some uncertainty and […]
In a recent Legal 500 Podcast our managing partner Laimonas Skibarka talked to Barnaby Merrill about the response to COVID-19 by the legal market in the Baltics and Belarus. Comments Laimonas: “The information we were receiving from publishers about international law firms cutting salaries and staff was worrying. However, our region was quite confident and […]
From 1 January 2021 amendments to the laws on Investment, the Legal Status of Foreigners, Zoning & Planning, Land, and Employment will enter into force in Lithuania. These amendments are incentives to local and foreign investments in large projects developed in the fields of processing manufacturing, data processing or hosting services. A large project is […]
Subsidies to employers are still available – in this article, we offer an overview of available subsidies and eligibility criteria. We are also introducing key aspects to take into account when organising work post-quarantine. Subsidies during the state of emergency Although the quarantine has been lifted in Lithuania, employers can still declare idle time and […]
Keep up to date and stay informed about the latest developments! Watch our senior associate Edvīns Draba’s participation in a COVID Coffee Break webinar here. Other INSOL Europe webinars related to the COVID-19 situation are available here.