Public Sector & Constitutional Law

We have experience working hand-in-hand with the public sector and our lawyers specialise in advising institutions at all tiers of government.

The Firm has well-established and proven working relations with all major governmental authorities, and regulators in particular. We have strong expertise in public administration and regulation systems, from burden analysis and the application of better regulation principles, to the design of improved policies and legislation. We handle impact assessments as well as the transposition and implementation of European Union regulations. Other areas of notable strength include assessing the compliance of public-service providers and implementing quality-management standards.

We have advised on many different areas of public administration, including energy, health, science and higher education, innovation, food and beverages, market surveillance and consumer protection, environment, planning and construction.

Services vary extensively, from conducting research on specific issues to drafting new legislation. Public institutions trust our lawyers to provide superior advice and help sort out complex matters.

We also advise private sector clients on the negotiation and enforcement of public contracts, the issuance of permits, and other aspects of their relations with public sector organizations.

  • "A well-balanced team with diverse skills." (Chambers Europe)
  • Our work with the public sector consists of assignments from ministries and other high-level government bodies.
  • Assisted the Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Lithuania in implementing the third legislative package for an internal EU gas and electricity market in Lithuania.

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Advice and representation on:

  • studies and research in diverse areas of public administration
  • public administration burden evaluation and implementation of better regulation principles
  • design and practical implementation of policies, laws and other regulatory acts
  • drafting new legislation 
  • national transposition and implementation of EU regulations
  • amendments to existing legislation
  • implementation of EU law
  • legal issues of policy development
  • representation of private clients before governmental authorities
  • representation in courts and arbitration
  • lobbying
  • issues of authorities compliance
  • implementation of quality-management standards