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Employment Disputes

We help clients succeed in disputes, both with state authorities and with all level of courts. Clients trust us to handle employment termination cases, reclassification disputes and remuneration claims – from unpaid overtime to severance or bonus payments. If you would like to stay on the safe side in questions of discrimination and mobbing, talk to us about the standard of proof you should collect. And we don’t keep our knowledge to ourselves; we love to share it with our clients – we would be very happy to visit you and give a talk about the subject of employment law.

We can help you with

  • Employment termination disputes
  • Remuneration and bonus disputes
  • Relationships with employee representatives
  • Employment contract reclassification
  • Usage of agency workers
  • Compliance with post-employment covenants (trade secrets, prohibition of competition)
  • Disputes related to material liability by employees
  • Collective relationships

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    VMF Latvia

    Representing the timber measurement, quality evaluation, and testing services company in a dispute with employee over employment termination, suspension from work and recovery of average earnings. As a result, the court dismissed all employee’s claims

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    Representing the international seller of tires and wheels in all court levels in a dispute against former employee over allegedly illegal employment termination. As a result, the court dismissed all employee’s claims

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    A multinational investment bank

    Representing the Lithuania-based service centre of a multinational investment bank and financial services company in an employment dispute in Lithuanian Supreme Court. As a result the client won the first case in Lithuanian Supreme Court over performance-related employment termination, successfully forming new case law on the matter

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    Representing the Estonian construction company in a dispute over termination of an employment contract with its Head of Construction, who started working for a competitor as Head of Construction while being on a vacation and later on a parental leave but still being an employee of Megaron-E. As the Supreme Court dismissed the employee’s claim against our client, it was found that Megaron-E rightfully ended the employment contract as the employee had not been loyal

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    Estonian Rescue Board

    Representing the client in a dispute with its employee involving summarised working time on 6 months’ basis and time spent on sick leave. Estonian Rescue Board thus paid the employee less salary for the days he was on the leave. The employee appealed that decision and argued that when the employer deducts salary the employer is also obliged to deduct the working time for the month. As a result, the case was ruled in favour of the Rescue Board in the Supreme Court. This case is remarkable because there are no laws or regulations in Estonia to solve this kind of situation

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    Representing the financial technology company operating in the Baltic countries throughout the Labour Dispute Committee and two stages of court in a dispute with its accountant, claiming that continuance of work was related to a real threat to the employee's health. The courts ruled in favour of the employer. Even though the employee had health problems, they were not caused by the employer nor was the employer’s working space any threat to the employee’s health. Thus the employee had no legal right to terminate the employment contract due to reasons deriving from the breaches of the employer

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    Taurage Municipality

    Representing Lithuanian municipality in disputes over ending employment contracts with managers of municipal institutions, covering both employment and public law. The court dismissed the employees’ claims

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    Local sales office of a US S&P 500 company

    Orchestrating termination of conflicting top managers so that litigation was avoided and employment terminated quickly and with minimal compensation