About us

ILAW LEXTAL is a law firm with partners that build personal relationships with our clients, examine business issues through professional eyes and enjoy your work. We are fully involvement with our clients, to offer legal solutions that are consistent with in the business context and real human support to ensure the client remains confident.

ILAW LEXTAL is part of the LEXTAL Legal Group – one of the ten largest law firms in the Baltics operating with a team of over 60 lawyers.

LEXTAL Legal is a united group of law firms that includes LEXTAL in Estonia, RER LEXTAL in Latvia, and ILAW LEXTAL in Lithuania.

Each story starts with a man and develops from his work environment, the engagement with his daily tasks, the importance of the decisions he makes, his responsibilities, ambitions and the value he creates.

We should not lose sight of the fact that the most important thing in business is people. With this belief, we have grown into a team of strong individuals, who are able to accept the biggest legal challenges our clients present – people who make business decisions every day.

We do not work with company names or job positions, but with real people whose decisions affect the future of our entire business.

That is what we stand for, and we do everything in our power to make confident decisions for our customers.



ILAW is a member of the German-Baltic Chamber of Commerce in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania (AHK). AHK belongs to the global network of German foreign trade chambers and unites more than 480 members in three Baltic States. AHK offices are located in Vilnius, Riga and Tallinn.

European Business Network (EBN)

ILAW is a member of EBN (European Business Network). The European Business Network is the initiative of the Ambassadors of Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Estonia, Ireland, Romania and the Netherlands, bringing together our business communities here in Lithuania and supporting them and Lithuanian companies in their efforts to grow our trade and investment activities.

ILAW is a member of modern network of independent law firms GBL Alliance.

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Our values

Long-term relationships both on the inside and the outside

Personal relationship is very important in business. We become a real team that can move mountains with our clients. It also transitions to the relationships between employees - we are a team that implements its work in a way that every colleague boldly wants to put his signature on the paper.


We work for specific people. We care about all their ideas, aspirations and goals. They make the most important life decisions every day. We are not afraid to commit, go deeper and work more than we are required - the reputation and success of our clients relies on the solutions we provide.


Each of our suggestions is not limited to solving a delegated question or problem. We are always looking at a few steps ahead, so that our clients can focus on business development and have no doubt in the decisions, they already have taken.


You develop and grow every day only in case you enjoy what you do. You enjoy fully committing yourself, delve deeply, improvise and create. That is the only way to gain trust. This is the only way to create fast, inventive and measured legal solutions.


Our advice to customers is always clear, presented in simple language, without any legal jargon. When consulting Clients, we always carry out legal analysis of the situation, assess potential risks, and advise on how to reduce them.

Key principles


We never leave our Clients in obscurity. We keep our Clients informed and maintain close contact with them, so the Client always knows the stage of examination of his question.


Our objective is to do the work on time or prior to deadline, but never later than it was promised.



You will always be able to easily contact iLaw lawyers in a form that is acceptable to you: personally, by phone or email. We always respond quickly to your inquiries and ensure that your instructions are implemented prior to deadlines.

In our activities we apply an alternative pricing model that is most acceptable to the Client. We will always inform and agree with you regarding the type of pricing we will apply for our work for you. The first meeting is usually priced as a fixed amount, and the pricing is usually based on an individually negotiated hourly rate model after the signing of a contract for the provision of legal services. In court proceedings cases, mixed pricing is also possible: a lower hourly rate is applied, but we agree on a success fee that is always proportional to the value created.

Founding Partners

Tomas Bagdanskis, Managing Partner
Dr. Tomas Bagdanskis is Managing Partner of iLAW Professional Law Partnership, and is widely recognised for his expertise in Employment Law.
Mr. Bagdanskis is practicing as Attorney-at-Law since 2002 and has expertise and deep specialization in Company Law, Labour and Employment Law, as well as in Litigation. Tomas Bagdanskis is listed in international legal guides Legal 500, Best Lawyers and Chambers Europe as one of the best attorneys in Employment Law in Lithuania. Clients praise his “impressive experience and attention to detail”.
Vida Bagdanskienė, Founding Partner
Practising attorney-at-law since 2005.


  • On 21 January 2011 lawyers Dr. Tomas Bagdanskis and Vida Bagdanskienė founded the law firm "Bagdanskis iLAW".
  • In January 2013, attorney at law Vilma Ramanauskaitė has joined and became a partner at iLAW.
  • In January, attorney at law Jurga Gradauskaitė has joined the iLAW partners.
  • On the 21st of January 2014, after expanding the range of specializations and increasing the number of lawyers, the firm`s name was changed to the Professional Law Partnership "ILAW".
  • In 2014, the international law guide "Chambers Europe" has recognized ILAW as one of the leading law firms in the field of labor law.
  • In June 2014, the Head partner of ILAW Dr. Tomas Bagdanskis became a member of the international lawyer`s network "JustOne".
  • In October 2014, Dr. Vilnius Mačiulaitis, the former Head of State labor inspectorate, has joined the ranks of ILAW partners.
  • In 2015, the  international law guide "Chambers Europe" has recognized iLAW as one of the leading law firms in the field of labor law.
  • In 2016, a tax law specialist, associated partner Ingrida Steponavičienė, has joined ILAW.
  • In January 2017, attorneys Mantas Mikalopas and Audrius Pėstininkas have joined the ranks of associated partners of ILAW.
  • In august 2017, a corporate law specialist, associated partner Džiuginta Balčiūnė has joined ILAW.
  • In August 2017, Mantas Mikalopas, became the fifth ILAW partner, and Svetlana Naumčik and Donata Markevičiene became associated partners.
  • During December 2017, ILAW became a member of the international law firm GBL Alliance.
  • In February 2018, iLAW has become a member of the German-Baltic Chamber of Commerce in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania (AHK).  

Data privacy

Website Privacy Policy

Website Privacy Policy

1. General provisions

1.1. This Privacy policy (hereinafter referred to as "Policy" ) regulates the Professional Law Partnerhip "iLAW", company code: 302585363, registered office: Konstitucijos ave. 7, 24 floor, LT - 09308 Vilnius, Lithuania (hereinafter referred to as " Data controller" ), principles of implemented processing of personal data and the conditions of operation of the internet website (hereinafter - Website ), managed by the Data controller.

1.2. We strive to ensure that our clients, website visitors, and other individuals whose personal data we process, would have full trust in our services and would be transparently informed about how we process their data. Therefore, it is very important that you, as a visitor to the Website (the Visitor), become thoroughly familiar with this Policy, where you will find information on how we collect and use (or wish to collect and use) your personal data.

1.3. The Data controller follows the following data processing principles:

1.3.1. Personal data must be processed in a lawful, fair and transparent manner (principle of legality, fairness and transparency) with respect to the Data subject;

1.3.2. Personal data must be collected for specified, explicitly described and legitimate purposes and not further processed in a way incompatible with those purposes; further processing for archiving purposes in the public interest, for scientific or historical research purposes or for statistical purposes is not considered to be incompatible with the original purpose (purpose limitation principle);

1.3.3. Personal data must be adequate, appropriate (relevant) and only necessary for the purposes for which they are processed (principle of data reduction);

1.3.4. Personal data must be accurate and, where necessary, kept up to date; every reasonable step must be taken to ensure that personal data which are not accurate in relation to the purposes for which they are processed are immediately deleted or corrected (accuracy principle);

1.3.5. Personal data must be kept in a form, which permits identification of Data subjects for no longer than is necessary for the purposes for which the personal data is processed; personal data may be stored for longer periods if personal data will be processed only for archiving purposes in the public interest, for scientific or historical research purposes or for statistical purposes, through the implementation of appropriate technical and organizational measures necessary to protect the Data subject`s rights and freedoms (principle of limitation of retention time);

1.3.6. Personal data must be processed in such a way as to ensure adequate security of personal data by application of appropriate technical or organizational means, including protection against unauthorized processing or unlawful processing and from unintentional loss, destruction or damage of data (integrity and confidentiality principle);

1.3.7. The Data controller is responsible for complying with the above principles and must be able to demonstrate that they are being followed (accountability principle).

1.4. This Policy has been drawn in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation, hereinafter referred to as the GDPR). Law on Legal Protection of Personal Data, as well as other legal acts of the European Union and the Republic of Lithuania.

2. Collection, processing and storage of personal data

2.1. By providing your personal data, you agree that the Data controller will process them for the purposes, means and procedures provided for in this Policy and legal acts.

2.2. By submitting personal data, you grant the Data controller the right to collect, store, systematize, use, and process all personal data you provide directly or indirectly when you visit and use the Website for the purposes of this Policy.

2.3. You are responsible for the accuracy, correctness and completeness of the data you submit. Submission of incorrect data is considered a Policy violation. If the data provided changes, you must correct it immediately, and in the absence of the opportunity to do so - notify the Data controller. The Data controller will in no case be liable for any damage caused to the Visitor and / or third parties due to the fact that the Visitor has provided incorrect and / or incomplete personal data or has not applied for supplementation and / or modification of the data upon their change.

3. Processing of personal data for direct marketing purposes

3.1. If you are a client of the Data controller or a client`s (legal entity) representative or have expressed your consent, the Data controller provides you with what can be described as "Direct Marketing" - sends you newsletters with legal actualities to you by e-mail, provides information related to Data controller`s services and events. The legal basis for the processing of your personal data is your consent or the legitimate interest of the Data controller to provide you, as a Client, with information about services, similar to the ones you have purchased.

3.2. You can express your consent by writing-in your email in the appropriate web site box and clicking on the nearby order link.

3.3. Data controller does not provide data processed for direct marketing purposes to third parties, but it may be accessed by IT technical maintenance providers, operating as processors and, correspondingly, processing personal data to a limited extent solely according to the instructions of the Data controller.

3.4. To the extent that the processing of personal data is based on consent, you have the right to revoke your consent at any time without affecting the legitimacy of the consent-based data processing prior to the revocation of the consent.

4. Information about cookies, signals and similar technologies

4.1. When you visit the Website, we want to provide such content and such functionality that would meets your needs. That is why we use Cookies. Cookies are small size text files stored on your browser or device (personal computer, mobile phone or tablet).

4.2. With the help of cookies, we strive to provide a more enjoyable experience for people browsing the Website and improving the Website itself.

4.3. Only session cookies are used on the Website.

4.4. Cookies can be deleted or blocked by selecting the appropriate settings in the browser, allowing to disable all or part of the cookies. Please be aware, that using browser settings that block cookies (including necessary cookies) may cause you to experience problems with all or some of the features of the Website.

5. Procedures and terms for storing personal data

5.1. When processing and storing personal data, the Data controller implements organizational and technical measures that ensure the protection of personal data against accidental or unlawful destruction, alteration, disclosure, and any other unlawful processing.

5.2. the Data controller handles personal data for direct marketing purposes for 5 years after consent has been given.

6. Rights of Data subjects

6.1. As a Data subject, you have the right at any time, upon providing a request to the Data controller, to familiarize with the personal data processed by the Data controller, and the way how it is processed, to demand the correction of incorrect, incomplete, inaccurate personal data, to demand to suspend the processing of your personal data, except for storage, when the data is processed in violation of the law and the terms of this Policy, you also have the right to object to the processing of the data, as well as the right to data portability.

6.2. You may exercise your existing rights by submitting a request in writing by email to , or by post to Konstitucijos ave. 7, 24 floor, LT - 09308 Vilnius, Lithuania, or by coming directly to the Data controller`s headquarters.

6.3. If you are not satisfied with the response of the Data controller or if you consider that he handles the Visitor`s personal data without complying with legal requirements, you may submit a complaint with the State Data Protection Inspectorate of the Republic of Lithuania.

7. Final provisions

7.1. The Data controller is not liable for any damage, including damage caused by interference with the use of the Website, loss or damage to the data, resulting from the act or omission of the Visitor or third parties acting with the knowledge of the Visitor, including false data submission, other errors, deliberate harm, other inappropriate use of the Website. Website`s Data controller is also not responsible for any interference during logging in and using the Website and / or damage caused by it, appearing due to the actions or omission of third parties, unrelated to the Visitor, including interreference in electricity supply or internet access, etc.

7.2. The Data controller has the right to partially or fully change the Policy.

7.3. Policy supplements or changes shall take effect from the day they are Published on the Website.