Gintautas Bartkus > Deloitte Legal, Professional Partnership of Advocates > Vilnius, Lithuania > Lawyer Profile

Deloitte Legal, Professional Partnership of Advocates
JOGAILOS ST. 4
4TH FLOOR
VILNIUS 01116
Lithuania
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Work Department

Deloitte Legal

Position

Advocate, Partner-in-Charge leading Legal services in Baltics

Career

Gintautas has over 20 years of professional experience managing and leading law firms in the region and advising clients on the most complex, sensitive and significant issues.Gintautas is a former Minister of Justice of the Republic of Lithuania. He served as a member of working groups on drafting the Civil Code of the Republic of Lithuania, the Company Law, the Small Enterprise Law, as well as frequently advises the Government and the Parliament of the Republic of Lithuania on various legislation initiatives.

In 2005, Gintautas was appointed a member of the Advisory Group on Modernising Corporate Governance and Company Law and since 2014, he has been a member of the Informal Company Law Expert Group of the European Commission. He belongs to the EMCA (European Model Company Act) drafting group and is a member of the ICSID Panel of Arbitrators (World Bank).

Languages

English, Lithuanian, Russian

Memberships

Council Member of the Lithuanian Bar Association

Education

Gintautas graduated from the Law Faculty of Vilnius University, where he teaches corporate law until now. He has also done research at Helsinki University, John Marshall Law School (Chicago, USA), Ǻalborg University, Jean Moulin University as a research fellow or worked as a visiting professor.

Lawyer Rankings

Lithuania > EU and competition

The team at TGS Baltic is led by Lina Darulienė and has strength in handling cross-border matters such as merger control. New partner and head of the regulatory subgroup Lauras Butkevičius is currently representing Euroapotheca in an investigation by the Lithuanian Competition Council related to an alleged cartel. The group also counts the Lithuanian Chamber of Notaries and the Vilnius Cogeneration Plant as clients. Darius Miniotas is recommended for his experience in cartels and abuse of dominance issues. Gintautas Bartkus has left the firm for Deloitte Legal, Professional Partnership of Advocates.