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Eversheds Saladžius (a member of Eversheds Sutherland)

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Rimtis Puišys

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Eversheds Sutherland

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Education and professional training

Vilnius University, Master's Degree
Internship under International Work Experience Programme in PricewaterhouseCoopers London office, London
Labour law, stock options, income taxation, Evian
Soft skills advanced course, London
International taxation, Barcelona
International taxation, Copenhagen
Commercial law and financial advisory, London
Business law in Northern Europe, Stockholm

Membership in professional bodies

Member of the Lithuanian Bar Association

Employment record

Partner at Eversheds Saladžius, 2011 to present
Associate Partner at Eversheds Saladžius, 2000 - 2010
Lawyer at PricewaterhouseCoopers Lithuania, 1997 - 1999

Other activities

Lecturer of EU company law at Mykolas Romeris University of Lithuania
Report at the seminar Introduction to Research and Development, Shared Service Opportunities and Funding for UK Companies in Lithuania, organised in several cities in UK
Author of the article Structuring the M&A Transaction in Lithuania, published in the independent journal Lithuanian Business Review
Presentation in the conference on Perspectives of Public and Private partnership in Lithuania
Report at the business seminar to foreign investors in London, organised by Eversheds Saladžius in cooperation with the Lithuanian Economic Development Agency and Lithuanian Embassy, UK
Attendance of 3rd Annual PPP in CEE Conference held,Prague, Cheque Republic
Presentation of an overview of legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania regulating the product liability to the International Comparative Legal Guide to Product Liability
Presentation on The Aspects of Regulation of company activities in accordance with EU law at the monthly meeting of the Netherlands-Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce
Presentation on Legal aspects of real estate leasehold at the Conference Real Estate

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Commercial, corporate and M&A

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&A

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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Intellectual property

Within: Intellectual property

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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