As in all Eastern and Central European countries, legal system in Lithuania, including civil justice, has undergone many reforms since 1990. In 2003 new Lithuanian Code of Civil Procedure came into force and finally traditions of Western Europe (mainly German and Austrian ones) were systematically introduced into civil litigation in Lithuania. The aim of this article is to present some distinct aspects of Lithuanian civil procedure. It has been chosen to present electronification of civil proceedings because if it’s broadly known success throughout Europe. Preparatory stage is described because this stage of civil proceedings was reformed drastically in 2003. Group action is discussed as one of examples of unsuccessful reforms of Lithuanian civil justice.