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Eversheds Saladžius (a member of Eversheds Sutherland)

VICTORIA TOWER, J. JASINSKIO 16B, 03163 VILNIUS, LITHUANIA
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Work +370 5 239 2391
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Lithuania

Banking, finance and capital markets
Banking, finance and capital markets - ranked: tier 2

Eversheds Saladžius (a member of Eversheds Sutherland)

Eversheds Saladžius (a member of Eversheds Sutherland)’ practice has transactional, compliance, consumer finance and banking security teams. Tomas Rymeikis recently worked with managing partner and department head Jonas Saladžius to advise Rietumu Banka and VPH. They also advised Bank of Scotland on refinancing and security instrument documentation.

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

Eversheds Saladžius (a member of Eversheds Sutherland)

At Eversheds Saladžius (a member of Eversheds Sutherland), managing partner and practice head Jonas Saladžius advises Fortum on its joint venture with Lietuvos Energija. Rimtis Puišys is another key contact. Its workload also includes group restructuring and establishing subsidiaries.

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Dispute resolution
Dispute resolution - ranked: tier 3

Eversheds Saladžius (a member of Eversheds Sutherland)

Technology and outsourcing companies often instruct the team at Eversheds Saladžius (a member of Eversheds Sutherland), which has been active in IP disputes, especially anti-counterfeiting and infringement matters. Managing partner Jonas Saladžius heads the practice and is the key figure along with senior associate Dainius Čičelis.

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Intellectual property
Intellectual property - ranked: tier 3

Eversheds Saladžius (a member of Eversheds Sutherland)

Eversheds Saladžius (a member of Eversheds Sutherland) handled trade mark and anti-counterfeiting mandates. Practice head Rimtis Puišys is representing a restaurant chain in a trade mark infringement.

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Real estate and construction
Real estate and construction - ranked: tier 3

Eversheds Saladžius (a member of Eversheds Sutherland)

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.

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