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The CEO is a key figure in the daily activities of any company, who is responsible for both maintaining effective commercial operations and for the proper organisation of the work. In addition, a CEO must appropriately represent the interests of the shareholders, which often do not fully match the interests of the company’s employees. This conflict, which is encoded in the social relationships between the two areas of production (labour and capital), as well as situations where the managerial duties in commercial relation are not always performed in a professional or honest manner, results in a number judicial and pre-trial disputes. In such cases, courts often have the difficult task of deciding whether the duties of the employees and/or managers have been adequately performed by the company, and of correctly applying the legal liability in cases where violations are found.

The CONFIDENCE team has many years of experience in resolving workplace disputes and managing liability cases as a reliable representative of the interests of employers, employees, companies, shareholders, creditors and CEOs. In the process of dispute resolution, the CONFIDENCE team always makes use of all the possibilities to reach a peaceful resolution, by helping clients choose the most rational ways of resolving their disagreements. The CONFIDENCE Workplace Disputes and Management Liability Practice Group is led by the experienced lawyer, Evelina Trukšinienė.

Evelina Trukšinienė

Partner, attorney-at-law


  • Compensation for damages caused by the improper management of a company
  • Damage caused by illegal transactions
  • Compensation for damages to creditors caused by the illegal actions of a CEO or a shareholder
  • Intentional bankruptcy
  • Unfair competition and/or the disclosure of confidential information
  • Enforcement of non-competition and confidentiality agreements
  • Payments of salaries and other payments
  • Unlawful dismissals or suspension from duties
  • Compensation for material and/or non-material damages caused by an employee or an employer
  • Employment contract conditions
  • Discrimination at work