Lithuania: Successful advice on employment law

bnt lawyers secure permit for Lithuanian company to run temporary-employment agency activity in Germany.

German Lawyer (Rechtsanwalt) Frank Heemann, partner at international law firm bnt attorneys in CEE, together with his lawyers in Lithuania has specialized for more than 13 years in rendering legal advice on legal aspects of German-Lithuanian business relationships. A focal point of the legal advisory services of bnt lawyers in Lithuania is employment law, including the law affecting deployment of personnel abroad and for temporary-employment agency work, drafting employment contracts, temporary-employment agency work agreements and other legal documents.

Under German law, activities by a temporary employment agency (also called contract staffing or employee leasing) requires a permit/licence. Lawyer Frank Heemann recently advised the Lithuanian market leader in the temporary-employment agency sector and – not for the first time – succeeded in renewing the necessary permit / licence for supply of temporary workers. Legal advisory services also included steering the client successfully through an external audit of the Lithuanian company by the competent German authority (Agentur für Arbeit).

The employment law experts the law firm bnt in Lithuania are fully integrated in the “employment law” international practice group of international law firm bnt attorneys in CEE. If needed, lawyers from the “employment law” practice group can rapidly form international legal advisory teams, especially as they keep each other constantly up-to-date about employment law-related developments. On a daily basis, they render legal advice to bnt clients on matters related to employment, ranging from termination/mass redundancies through employment disputes, employee representation bodies and collective bargaining to remuneration questions, including minimum wages, secondments and employee deployments abroad, work permits, drafting employment contracts, data protection and all other employment law-related questions.

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