INSTITUTE OF LAW AT THE LITHUANIAN CENTRE FOR SOCIAL SCIENCES
dr. Agnė Limantė
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VEIDO ATPAŽINIMO TECHNOLOGIJŲ NAUDOJIMAS TEISĖSAUGOS SRITYJE: TEISINIAI IŠŠŪKIAI IR GALIMI SPRENDIMAI

The purpose of these recommendations is to summarise and explain the main potential legal risks arising from the use of face recognition technologies in law enforcement and to propose possible solutions to manage these risks through the improvement of the policy and legal framework for the use of FRT.

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Authors: dr. Rita Matulionytė, dr. Agnė Limantė, dr. Eglė Kavoliūnaitė-Ragauskienė
Reviewers: -

LEGAL PROTECTION OF VULNERABLE GROUPS IN LITHUANIA, LATVIA, ESTONIA AND POLAND

A unique overview of the legal protection of vulnerable groups in the Northeast European region. The book offers a new approach to the legal protection of vulnerable groups and presents a comprehensive comparative analysis of the regulation and practice of legal protection of vulnerable groups. This in-depth study has been compiled by scholars from four countries – Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Poland.

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Authors: This book was edited by Dr Agnė Limantė and Dr Dovilė Pūraitė-Andrikienė, researchers at the Institute of Law of the Lithuanian Social Science Centre. The study was prepared by researchers from four countries - Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Poland
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ES REGLAMENTAI DĖL SUTUOKTINIŲ TURTO TEISINIŲ REŽIMŲ IR REGISTRUOTŲ PARTNERYSČIŲ TURTINIŲ PASEKMIŲ

The volume is dedicated to two recent EU instruments in the family law field – the Matrimonial Property Regulation (Regulation 2016/1103) and the Regulation on the Property Consequences of Registered Partnerships (Regulation 2016/1104), together called the Twin Regulations. It reveals the substance of the regulations’ provisions and discusses the questions that are closely related to matrimonial and partnership property regimes..

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Authors: prof. Lucia Ruggeri, dr. Agnė Limantė, doc. dr. Neža Pogorelčnik Vogrinc (red.)
Reviewers: prof. Maria Caterina Baruffi, prof. Toni Deskoski, doc. dr. Pavel Koukal

VEIKSMINGOS TEISINĖS PAGALBOS LINK: TARPTAUTINIAI TEISINIAI IR PRAKTIKOS STANDARTAI

An important precondition for the effectiveness of legal aid is its accessibility to the recipient of the service. Standards for access to legal aid include measures to increase the ease of use of services and the clarity of information. The main tools are the use of electronic services and provision of primary legal aid to receive detailed information on secondary legal aid options.

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Authors: dr. Agnė Limantė, prof. dr. Danutė Jočienė, dr. Simonas Nikartas, Laurynas Totoraitis
Reviewers: doc. dr. Jurgita Paužaitė-Kulvinskienė, doc. dr. Laurynas Biekša

TEISINIO REGULIAVIMO EX POST VERTINIMO PERSPEKTYVOS LIETUVOJE

Recently Lithuania decided to reform its regime of ex post evaluation of legislation adapting the national regulatory framework to the OECD recommendations and best practices of other European states. The core objective of this study was to search for an ex post evaluation model that would be most suitable for Lithuania and that would be based on OECD-compliant standards.

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Authors: Danguolė Bublienė, Agnė Limantė, Petras Ragauskas, Evelina Agota Vitkutė
Reviewers:
prof. dr. Egidijus Šileikis, prof. dr. Raimundas Moisejevas

TARPTAUTINIŲ SUTARČIŲ IR KITŲ TARPTAUTINIO POBŪDŽIO SUSITARIMŲ SUDARYMAS: PRAKTINIAI ASPEKTAI IR POREIKIO TOBULINTI REGULIAVIMĄ LIETUVOJE VERTINIMAS

By analysing legal doctrine and respective regulations in various countries, as well as concrete examples of international agreements, this study attempts to review the practice of conclusion of international treaties and other international agreements in Lithuania and beyond.

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Authors: dr. Agnė LIMANTĖ, Aistė AUGUSTAUSKAITĖ
Reviewers:
prof. dr. Saulius Katuoka, dr. Vygantė Milašiūtė

REGLAMENTO „BRIUSELIS II A“ PERŽIŪRA: SIŪLOMOS NAUJOVĖS IR JŲ ĮTAKA LIETUVOS TEISINEI SISTEMAI

This research analyses the suggested improvements, comparing the present regulation with the one in the proposal, investigates the motives behind the changes and speculates on their effect when improving the existing regulatory framework. A particular effort is made to assess the influence of suggested improvements on the legal system of Lithuania.

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Authors: Eglė KAVOLIŪNAITĖ-RAGAUSKIENĖ, dr. Agnė LIMANTĖ
Reviewers:
habil. dr. Vytautas Nekrošius, dr. Gediminas Sagatys