Laurynas Peluritis. The sweet temptation of paternalism 04-17

Sometimes it feels so good to let go of the reins of life and put your own worries and cares in someone else’s hands. It is preferable to entrust those worries to professionals who better understand and are better equipped deal with them. Lithuanian (and not only!) society and politicians seem to be aware of […]

Poor Lawmaking Creates Exponential Legislative Failures. The Case of Platform Work Regulation 04-17

The Directive on regulating platform work (the Directive), first proposed by the European Commission (the EC) in December 2021, introduces a legal presumption of employment for potentially misclassified self-employed gig workers. Suppose an economic relationship between two parties meets the criteria set in the Directive. In that case, the worker must be forced into a […]

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