Attorney at law Akvilė Bužinskaitė has more than 10 years of experience in legal work and specializes in corporate responsibility and litigation, consumer protection, personal data protection, e-commerce, domain protection and contract law, as well as advises Lithuanian and foreign companies on unfair competition, advertising law and tax matters.
• Advised e-business developers on the issues of legality of advertising and on the issue of implementation of the obligations of entrepreneurs to consumers.
• Prepared rules for the processing of personal data for e-stores, advertising and dating portals, hotels in international networks.
• Represented and advised a construction company in a dispute with a state enterprise on remuneration for additional construction work.
• Represented and advised bankruptcy administrator in matters related to the application of civil liability to managers and shareholders.
• Represented the author in a dispute with the publisher on discontinuation of distribution of the book on discriminatory grounds.
• Advised an international company – a well-known clothing maker on tax issues.
• Advised an international company – a well-known chocolate maker on chocolate products advertising.
Since 2014 – AAA Law
2011-2014 – Professional Law Partnership BALTIC LEGAL SOLUTIONS
2010-2011 – Law firm Miškinis, Kvainauskas and Partners ECOVIS
2006-2010 – Law firm M. Pūkas and L. Kovaitė – Simaitienė
Since 2011 – Attorney at law
2007-2011 – Assistant Attorney at law
2007 – Vilnius University, Faculty of Law, Master of Laws (LL.M.)
Lithuanian, English, German
Member of the Lithuanian Bar Association
Publications: “Disadvantages of the Contract Work: Is the Subcontractor Directly Responsible for the Client?”, “Unfair Competition: When Is the Information About Customers a Business Secret”, “Joint Activity: VAT Refunds Are Revenues from Joint Ventures Included in the Share of Profits for Partners”, “Another Controversy Over Copyright Violation: Is the Map a Database? “,” 5 Simple Mistakes That Must Be Made by Each Author “, “What Does Copyright and Discrimination Have in Common?”
Gives presentations at seminars and conducts trainings on personal data protection, e-commerce, protection of intellectual property.