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Stasys Drazdauskas

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Intellectual Property, Information Technology & Data Protection, Pharmaceuticals & Life Sciences, Distribution & Trade, Telecommunications


Dr. Stasys Drazdauskas is head of the Sorainen Communications, Media & Technology (CMT) Sector Group in Lithuania. He is a highly experienced lawyer, practicing for over ten years in Intellectual Property, Information Technology, dispute resolution and other practice areas. Stasys advises companies involved in the media, retail and wholesale, financial services, pharmaceuticals, and consumer product manufacturing on matters related to intellectual property as well as information technologies and data protection. He helps strategize trademark registration and scope of protection, protects against IP infringements, advises on acquiring or commercialising IP rights, including copyright, trademarks, domain names, trade secrets, and inventions. Stasys is on the list of arbitrators recommended by the Vilnius Court of Commercial Arbitration.


Before joining Sorainen, Stasys gained valuable experience at another law firm, starting his legal career in 2000. In addition to his professional career, he is also active in the academic field and currently lectures on European Private Law at Vilnius University’s Faculty of Law.


Lithuanian, English, Russian


Lithuanian Bar Association; Lithuanian Young Bar Association


Vilnius University, Lithuania (Dr of Social Sciences, Law); Vilnius University, Lithuania (MA in Law)


Intellectual property

Within: Intellectual property

Sorainendelivers quality work’ to clients, which include Google and Teva Europe. Department head Renata Beržanskienė is representing Wolf Oil Corporation in an anti-counterfeiting action against a Lithuanian manufacturer of automotive lubricants and oils, and routinely advises Red Bull on trade mark matters such as a recent case against Pit Bull. Specialist counsel Stasys Drazdauskas heads the communications, media and technology sector group.

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Sorainen assists clients such as 15min with trade marks, licensing and data issues. Recent corporate work includes the structuring of joint ventures and pharmaceuticals industry M&A. Renata Beržanskienė leads the commercial contracts team, and the pharmaceuticals and life sciences practice, while specialist counsel Stasys Drazdauskas heads the communications, media and technology sector group. Clients include Teva Europe and Hewlett-Packard.

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