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Ellex recently advised new client Laurus Properties on acquiring Geneba’s 42-property portfolio of lettable space, and is leading the client’s disposal of a multimillion-euro portfolio, including the Business Centre Vertas and the BIG Shopping Centre. East Capital and VPH are clients of the practice, which is led by Tomas Milašauskas. Evaldas Klimas, Indrė Jonaitytė-Gricė and Simas Gudynas are recommended.

Sorainen’s Aušra Mudėnaitė excels in construction and heads the practice with Kęstutis Adamonis, who is an expert in real estate investments. The group is advising Investira on developing a high-rise office and hotel complex, and handled MG Valda’s acquisition of land from Panevėžio keliai. New clients include Eika, Merko statyba and Vastint. Asta Augutytė was promoted to senior associate.

Averusdelivers excellent service’. Vilnius-based practice head Povilas Karlonas has been assisting Baltic FEZ with various matters, including infrastructure development and subleasing of land to Dovista. Other clients include Altum Finance and M14 invest. Klaipėda-based senior associate Lina Šimė joined the firm from Law firm Martinkus & Partners, whereas Linas Zukauskas left to establish his own firm.

Cobalt is best known for transactional work and infrastructure projects, such as Rail Baltica. The team also advised DAO AM on buying a shopping centre and handled Geneba’s sale of its portfolio to Laurus Properties. Other clients include Agus Capital Management and Eurovia. Recently promoted partner Simona Oliškevičiūtė-Cicėnienė heads the practice, which includes highly experienced managing associate Aušrys Šliavas.

Glimstedt Bernotas & Partners is the ‘perfect legal partner’ to clients, which include Vastint Lithuania, Marina Nida and ARVI. Senior associate Jolanta Liukaitytė-Stonienė recently advised CNIM on public procurement for the construction of a waste-to-energy power plant. Kęstutis Jaskutėlis heads the practice, in which senior associates Eivydas Sadauskas and Petras Navardauskas provide ‘valuable advice’.

The team at Primus, Attorneys at Law recently advised a manufacturer on participating in a public tender to build a combined heat-and-electricity production plant. Arlanga and Empower are clients. Ernesta Žiogienė and managing partner Robert Juodka head the team, which includes public procurement and PPP expert Tomas Venckus. Rolandas Galvėnas left to establish his own practice.

TGS Baltic’s department head Dainius Stasiulis assists Schage Group with residential development projects and led its development of the Quadrum Business mixed-use facility. The team also advised M.M.M. projektai on leasing an office to Danske Bank. Senior associate Sandra Bliuvaitė-Šulcienė is recommended.

Eversheds Saladžius (a member of Eversheds Sutherland) recently handled construction matters related to commercial buildings and infrastructure for a chemicals and raw materials supplier. Clients include VPH and Homburg International Group. Managing partner Jonas Saladžius is well regarded.

Fort focuses on commercial real estate and excels in lease and property acquisition work. Managing partner Andrius Mamontovas advised EfTEN Capital on acquiring the owner of the Saulės Miestas shopping centre. Department head Rūta Radzevičiūtė-Meizeraitė is ‘really good in transactions’. Laimonas Mačiulis became a specialist.

Leadell Balciunas & Grajauskas was active in the energy and transport sectors, handling land acquisitions, construction mandates and municipality disputes, among other matters. Senior associate and practice head Gintaras Stankevičius is recommended with managing partner Marius Grajauskas and Gintaras Balčiūnas.

Jovitas Elzbergas undertakes public construction mandates at Motieka & Audzevicius, and is representing Vilnius City Municipality in a dispute relating to whether a group of 32 international investors had the right to construct commercial and residential buildings. The group’s expertise includes property investment, transactions and PPP matters.

Deivis Valiulis now leads Triniti’s department, after he and his team joined from Law Office Balticlaw Pranckevicius, Valiulis and partners. Former group head Vytautas Kalmatavičius is assisting Kalnenailand with developing a residential project. Senior associate Šarūnas Neniškis joined from Linden Law Firm.

CEE Attorneys led Audėjas’ acquisition of a shopping centre and its disposal of an upholstery and decorative fabrics plant and furniture store. Managing partner and group head Daina Senapėdienė is ‘a goal and result-oriented lawyer’ and Inga Kostogriz-Vaitkienė is another experienced figure.

TVINS specialises in agricultural work and handled investments, developments and farmland acquisitions, as well as disputes. Vytautas Šenavičius is ‘a tough negotiator’. Agrolinija, Grimeda and Fertera are key clients.

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