We are pleased to announce that the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Fintech Laws and Regulations 2020 has been published and is now available to download for all interested parties for free. Our partner Reimo Hammerberg and associate Oliver Ämarik contributed to the Estonian chapter of this guide. The ICLG to: Fintech Laws and Regulations […]
Senior associate Ieva Rimavičienė together with associate Gabrielė Raižytė prepared The Swiss Rules of International Arbitration translation into Lithuanian language. The translation can be found here.
A multijurisdictional overview for the central European, southern European and Baltic countries The COVID-19 pandemic has, and will have, an unprecedented impact on the economy of all countries across the globe. Many governments and banks have introduced extraordinary measures to moderate the financial and economic impacts of the pandemic and inevitable domino effect of credit […]
After our three-part series of articles about the Belarusian M&A market published last year, now we would like to highlight the main characteristics of a merger clearance in Belarus. A merger clearance in Belarus differs from EU states, both in the terms of the scope of controlled transactions and the application process itself. Belarusian law establishes a specific control […]
Belarus in need of clear telemedicine regulations Currently there is no detailed regulation of telemedicine in Belarus. We are expecting an updated Law on Healthcare, which would address the situation. The key regulatory document providing main areas of the e-health system development is the “Concept of e-health development until 2022”, approved by Order of the […]