Privacy policy

  • Privacy policy

    The professional association of lawyers “Markevičius, Gerasičkinas and partners”, legal entity code 300556110, registered office address A. Jakšto str. A, Vilnius (hereinafter – Marger), undertakes to protect your privacy and handle your personal data fairly and in accordance with legal requirements when you visit the Marger website and use Marger services.

    The privacy policy has been prepared in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679, the Law on Legal Protection of Personal Data of the Republic of Lithuania, and other legal acts applicable in the Republic of Lithuania, regulating data protection and processing.

    If you have any questions or wish to exercise any of your rights specified in this notice, you can contact us by e-mail at

  • 1. What is the scope of this policy?

    This privacy policy of the Marger website is intended to inform you:
    • how your personal data is processed on the Marger website;
    • what is Marger’s direct marketing policy;
    • what are your rights regarding the processing of your personal data;
    • what are the periods of data storage;
    • what cookies are used on the website.

  • 2. For what purposes and on what grounds do we process personal data?

    2.1. We process your data based on the following purposes:
    2.1.1. Request management: Marger processes your data when you contact us by e-mail when submitting a request, providing questions, feedback, or sending information to the contacts indicated on our website or social networks. For this purpose, Marger processes your name, e-mail address, and/or telephone number, to pursue a legitimate interest related to the administration of the requests you have submitted. All emails are deleted after 6 months after the resolution of the relevant issue.
    2.1.2. Selection of candidates for Marger employees/lawyers: if you contact us by filling out the form at in the “Career” section, we will process your name, e-mail address, telephone number. In such cases, Marger will process your personal data for this purpose on the basis of legitimate interest. All e-mails and applications via the “Career” section and/or “Contacts” section are deleted 6 months after the resolution of the relevant issue.
    2.1.3. Information on how our website features are used: Our website usage data may include your IP address, browser type, referral source, duration of your visit to the website, and frequency of your use of our website. Marger processes this data on the basis of legitimate interest, in order to improve and create new content. The data retention period is specified in the “Cookies” section.
    2.1.4. Direct marketing: for this purpose, Marger processes your personal data – name, surname, e-mail address to notify you of Marger’s news updates by e-mail. This data is processed on the basis of consent and will be stored for 3 years from the date of receipt of consent. If services were previously provided to you and you have not objected, then the data will be processed on the basis of legitimate interest. In order to maintain quality relations with existing clients, such data will be processed until the date of termination of legal services or after the client expresses an objection to processing data for this purpose.

  • 3. Direct marketing

    3.1. Marketing communications to inform you about our news by email, are sent to you only if we have your consent.
    3.2. If you have been provided services before and you have no objections, among other things, we will inform you about our other products that may be relevant to you and information related to them.
    3.3. You can opt out of marketing messages either by clicking on the appropriate link in the marketing message you receive or by contacting us by e-mail

  • 4. Who do we disclose your personal data to?

    4.1. Marger may disclose your personal data for the purpose of providing specific services to the extent that it is necessary to provide such services.
    4.2. If the data is transferred to persons who are established outside the European Union or the European Economic Area, Marger applies one of the following security measures: signs a contract with the recipient of the data, which is based on the Standard Contractual Conditions approved by the European Commission; permission is obtained from the Data Protection Inspectorate.
    4.3. Marger uses information technology service providers to ensure and implement appropriate organizational and technical security measures.
    4.4. We also undertake not to transfer your personal data to any unrelated third parties.

  • 5. Your rights

    5.1. Visitors to the Marger website have the following rights:
    5.1.1. The right to know (to be informed) about the processing of your data. This right includes:
    • receiving information about your processed data and data acquisition sources;
    • data processing purposes, legal bases;
    • data storage period;
    • persons with whom Marger shares your personal data;
    • rights of the data subject, applicable data protection measures;
    • information about the existence of automated decision-making.
    5.1.2. The right to access your data and get acquainted with information on how it is processed, and specifically, to receive information on whether Marger processes personal data related to you. In the case of data processing, also access and receive processed data and other related information.
    5.1.3. Request that Marger correct, delete or restrict the processing of personal data:
    The right to correct data is available in cases where the data is inaccurate or incomplete. In this case, you should submit the exact data to be corrected together with the request to correct the data.
    The right to request data deletion is exercised in the following cases:
    • if the processed data is no longer needed by Marger for the purpose for which it was processed;
    • if the data was processed only on the basis of your consent – after you withdraw your consent;
    In fulfilling legal obligations, Marger is obliged to delete processed data when it was processed illegally. This right is not absolute, and exceptions are possible when the data is necessary to exercise freedom of expression and information; for Marger to comply with mandatory legal obligations; also, necessary to assert, exercise, or defend legal requirements – Marger has the right to limit the exercise of this right.
    You have the right to restrict data processing in the following cases:
    • if you dispute the accuracy of the data;
    • if the data was processed illegally, but you do not agree to the deletion of the processed data;
    • if the data is no longer necessary for the purpose being processed, but it is necessary for you to assert, execute or defend legal requirements;
    • after objecting to the ongoing data processing, on the grounds of public interest or legitimate interest, until the validity of your objection has been assessed.
    5.1.4. The right to object to personal data being processed for the purposes of direct marketing;
    5.1.5. You can exercise the right to data portability if Marger processes your personal data on the basis of your consent or mutual contract. In this case, you have the right to receive or request to transfer your personal data to another data controller in a structured, commonly used, and computer-readable format.
    5.1.6. The right to file a complaint with the State Data Protection Inspectorate (L. Sapiegos str. 17, Vilnius, ph. +370 5 271 2804, +370 5 279 1445). If you believe that Marger violates data protection laws when processing your personal data, you can file a complaint with the specified supervisory authority. However, Marger strives to resolve all disputes promptly and amicably, so we invite you to first give the opportunity to resolve your complaint to the Marger team by sending it by e-mail at

  • 6. Third Party websites on Our website

    6.1. Our website may contain links to other pages that are not under the control of Marger. Marger is not responsible for the security or privacy of information collected by third parties. You must read the privacy statements that apply to third-party websites and services you use.
    6.2. We have the following accounts on social networks:
    • On Facebook – @Marger-Law-Firm;
    • On LinkedIn – Marger Law Firm.
    6.3. The privacy notices in the social networks mentioned in paragraph 6.2. differ from the ones used by Marger, therefore Marger recommends reading the privacy policies of these social networks separately and contacting the service providers directly if you have questions about the use of your personal data when browsing the specified accounts.

  • 7. Cookies

    Cookies are certain information that is saved on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website. Cookies also help ensure the smooth operation of websites, allow monitoring of the duration and frequency of website visits, and collect statistical information about the number of website visitors.

    The information associated with cookies is not used to identify you personally, and we control the data collected. Such cookies may be used to achieve the purposes specified here:
    7.1. To anonymously collect statistical information about how the website was found, how often users visit, and which pages of the website are the most popular.
    7.2. So that when the user chooses to display the content of the website in the desired language, this user choice is remembered.

    Descriptions of cookies used on our website:

    Name of the cookie Purpose of the cookie Moment of creation Expiration time Data used
    wp-wpml_current_language With the help of a cookie, the choice of the language of the website is saved. When you visit the Website. Session Unique visitor ID.


    The _ga cookie built into Google Analytics calculates visitor, session, and campaign data, and monitors site usage in the Site Analytics report. A cookie stores information anonymously and assigns a randomly generated number to identify unique visitors. Upon agreeing to the use of this cookie.


    2 years


    Unique identifier of a visitor of the Website.



    The cookie is used to distinguish users Upon agreeing to the use of this cookie. 24 hours


    Unique identifier of a visitor of the Website.

    The NID cookie set by Google is used for advertising purposes; to limit the number of times a user sees an advertisement, prevent displaying of unwanted advertisements, and evaluate the effectiveness of advertisements. Upon agreeing to the use of this cookie.


    6 months


    The NID cookie contains a unique ID that Google uses to remember settings and other information.

    The cookie is used to maintain the state of the session.


    Upon agreeing to the use of this cookie.


    2 years


    Unique identifier of a visitor of the Website.

    The cookie provides campaign-related information. If you have linked your Google Analytics and Google Ads accounts, Google Ads Website Conversion Tags will read this cookie unless you opt out. Learn more, learn more. Upon agreeing to the use of this cookie. Upon agreeing to the use of this cookie.


    90 days


    Unique identifier of a visitor of the Website.