Yes, a legal entity definitely has that right.
Thanks to the lawyers of the law firm Stašaitis & Partners, the client’s competitor suspended the use of domains with names similar to the client’s company name in commercial activities. The domains were intended for referral to a competitor’s online store. Such actions of a competitor shall be considered unfair, violating the client’s right to the name of a legal entity, which is guaranteed in Article 2.42 of the Civil Code of the Republic of Lithuania. The Supreme Court of Lithuania takes the same position, which has stated in its case law that cases where a domain name identical or similar to the name of a legal person is used in the sense of distinguishing goods or services sold by another person may be recognized as a violation of a person’s rights.