The INPP's three-year contract with the law firm had expired in August, the plant's spokeswoman, Natalija Survila, told BNS, adding that the INPP would decide in the near future if to launch a new tender to buy legal services.
"In the three years to August 9 of this year, 23.303 million litas was spent," she said.
The total preliminary value of INPP's contracts with Taylor Wessing was 27.3 million litas.
The contracts are under the scrutiny of an ad-hoc parliamentary commission that is looking into the reasons why an international consortium made up of Britain's Amec NNC, Belgium's Belgatom and Sweden's SwedPower was replaced with Taylor Wessing LLP as INPP's advisor, what services the law firm has provided, how much it has been paid and who its subcontractors are.
The commission has until November 15 to provide its answers to the Seimas.
Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevičius has criticized Ignalina plant for having paid large amounts of money "to no avail".