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K. KALINAUSKO 24, EMBASSY HOUSE, 03107 VILNIUS, LITHUANIA
Tel:
Work +370 52 1 21627
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Fax +370 5 212 1630
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www.bnt.eu
Bratislava, Budapest, Minsk, Nuremberg, Prague, Riga and 3 more

Lithuania

Commercial, corporate and M&A
Commercial, corporate and M&A - ranked: tier 3

bnt attorneys-at-law

In addition to handling cross-border restructuring and insolvency, bnt attorneys-at-law has been active in takeovers, M&A and other matters. Practice head and Germany-qualified partner Frank Heemann advises Klaipėdos Nafta on its joint venture with a gas and LNG company; he has a number of German clients and ‘builds bridges between German and Lithuanian mentality and law’. Yvonne Goldammer is also highly regarded.

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Dispute resolution
Dispute resolution - ranked: tier 3

bnt attorneys-at-law

bnt attorneys-at-law’s lawyers handle a range of cases, including shareholder and construction disputes. The team’s insolvency experts defended Commerzbank against the insolvent Ūkio bankas in a case concerning the return of security deposits. Other clients include ERGO Insurance, ALBA Ferrous Trading and Reifen Hinghaus. Frank Heemann has ‘a perfect understanding of his clients’ needs’ and is co-head of the practice with Mindaugas Navickas.

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Shipping and transport
Shipping and transport - ranked: tier 3

bnt attorneys-at-law

bnt attorneys-at-law handles diverse matters, ranging from ship arrests to railway disputes. Frank Heemann produces ‘high-quality results’ and advises Stena Line on its Baltic Sea ferry line operations. Mindaugas Navickas co-heads the group.

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