Change of name

Why do some individuals have to go on “crusades” and trample on the thresholds of the courts in order to change their name?

How to maintain a balance between preserving the Lithuanian language and ensuring equal rights for all those who want to change their names and surnames?

Is it really right that the new order, which came into force this year, distinguishes certain groups of society?

It seems that as the world globalizes, these issues will be more relevant and painful every time. Or will the order become more liberal and easier ?

It is difficult to unequivocally answer the question of what is more important, the right of a person to change the surname or the preservation of the Lithuanian language. It is clear that both things are valuable, respectable and protective.

More news

Share purchase agreement

This is the second of a three-part series on joint ventures, shareholder rights, and acquisitions. This instalment is a brief commentary on selected legal aspects

Read on »

Data integrity

In today’s digital economy, the significance of managing personal data with precision and integrity cannot be overstated. The repercussions of erroneous data disclosure can extend

Read on »

Trademark talk

Dunnington, Bartholow & Miller LLP Trademark Practice Group chair Olivera Medenica CIPP/US, CIPMaddresses the basics in part five of her Trademark Talk series:  Many thanks

Read on »