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Lithuania: Turkish company appeal Kaunas decision to tear up stadium contract

Lithuania: Turkish company appeal Kaunas decision to tear up stadium contract

22.01.2020

Turkish construction company Kayi Insaat has appealed against the decision by the authorities of Kaunas, Lithuania's second-largest city, to terminate its contract on the construction of the Darius and Girenas Stadium, informed LETA/BNS.

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Lithuania: Panevezys mayor faces new corruption suspicions

Lithuania: Panevezys mayor faces new corruption suspicions

21.01.2020

Lithuanian prosecutors and the Special Investigation Service (STT) said they a conducting a new influence-peddling investigation involving the mayor of the northern city of Panevezys, informed LETA/BNS.

Lithuanian Constitutional Court to hear Skinest's complaint

Lithuanian Constitutional Court to hear Skinest's complaint

20.01.2020

The Lithuanian Constitutional Court will hear an individual complaint by Oleg Ossinovski, Skinest Grupp and Skinest Rail questioning the constitutionality of a law based on which the Lithuanian government did not allow Lietuvos Gelezinkeliai (Lithuanian Railways, LG) to sign contracts with Skinest Baltija, a company of the Estonian railway services group, reported LETA/BNS.


Lithuania's Snoras seeks EUR 335.2 mln in damages from Switzerland's Julius Baer

Lithuania's Snoras seeks EUR 335.2 mln in damages from Switzerland's Julius Baer

20.01.2020

Lithuania's bankrupt bank Snoras has turned to Swiss courts, seeking 335.2 mln euros in damages from the Swiss bank Julius Baer, suspected of having failed to prevent embezzlement of Snoras assets informed LETA/BNS.

Lithuania: suspicions brought against Grigeo Klaipeda, three employees over pollution

Lithuania: suspicions brought against Grigeo Klaipeda, three employees over pollution

17.01.2020

Suspicions of possible pollution of the Curonian Lagoon have been brought against Grigeo Klaipeda and its three employees, including a former company director, reported LETA/BNS.


16.01.2020

Saeima will ask Denmark's authorities not to extradite Latvian citizen charged with child abduction to South Africa

he Saeima today decided to ask the Danish authorities not to extradite Kristine Misane, a Latvian citizen accused of abducting her own child, to South Africa.The decision was made with 92 votes, informed LETA.

14.01.2020

Part of Grigeo Klaipeda assets arrested in Lithuania

Part of assets of Grigeo Klaipeda, a local cardboard producer that released untreated wastewater in the Curonian Lagoon, has been arrested, its managing director Tomas Ekinas confirmed it to LETA/BNS.

14.01.2020

Ten Russian citizens detained at Riga Airport for forged passport stamps

Border guards at Riga Airport on Monday identified ten Russian citizens with passports bearing forged stamps, LETA was told by the State Border Guard.

13.01.2020

Court bans Lidl from constructing access road to its store in Riga

Administrative District Court has banned German retailer Lidl from constructing an access road to its store on Dzelzavas Street in Riga as the project is presumed to be unlawful, LETA was told at the court.

08.01.2020

Lithuania's EPD to start Grigeo Klaipeda's inspection

Specialists from Lithuania's Environmental Protection Department plan to carry out an unplanned inspection of Grigeo Klaipeda, a Klaipeda-based cardboard producer, amid an ongoing investigation by the country's law enforcement into alleged pollution of the Curonian Lagoon, informed LETA/BNS.

08.01.2020

EUR 7.4 million of funds allocated for Latvian-Russian border spent illegitimately - State Audit Office

In the projects arranging the Latvian-Russian border area, at least EUR 7.4 mln of state budget resources and property have been spent illegitimately, the State Audit Office information referred LETA.

08.01.2020

Lithuanian prosecutors launch investigation into pollution in Klaipeda

Lithuanian prosecutors on Monday launched an investigation into environmental pollution involving untreated wastewater in Klaipeda. Based on information from the Environmental Protection Department, Grigeo Klaipeda, a company operating in the seaport, is responsible for the pollution, informed LETA/BNS.

02.01.2020

Latvia: Police arrests gold and properties worth EUR 1.5 mln in large-scale drug business case

The State Police arrested gold worth EUR 350,466 and properties worth EUR 1.5 million as a result of investigation into of large-scale drug business, LETA learned from the police.

02.01.2020

Estonia: Bailiff to sell vessel docked at Bekker port in Tallinn to cover debt

Bailiff Risto Sepp is to sell Ocean Spirit, a vessel owned by the Icelandic company IMG ehf, with a starting price of 1 mln euros, informed LETA/BNS.

27.12.2019

After Brexit: civil law becomes a dominant legal system in the EU

For about 50 years, the EU legal system, which is predominantly of a civil law character, has been affected by a rather different legal structure, the British common law system. After the UK joined the EU in 1973 the two systems have been accommodating to each other, with some pros and cons. Now, after Brexit, the “dichotomy” will be over and the EU would have a unified continental civil law system for all its 27 member states.

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