In the two decades since our firm was founded in 1998 in Lithuania, we have gained a wealth of first-hand experience and professional competence in numerous fields of business law. In 2013, we became a member of the international legal network Magnusson, and found reliable partners in a number of countries across Europe, Asia and North America.
We advise our clients on all legal issues related to business development, commercial activities, prevention of violations, business protection, and represent them in complex litigations and arbitrations, including high-profile matters.
Attorneys-at-law and lawyers of Magnusson specialise in the following areas of business law:
- Banking and finance
- Corporate and M&A
- Data protection
- Dispute resolution
- Intellectual property
- Public procurement / Public sector
- Real estate
- Tax / Customs
Clients and recognition
We are truly proud of longstanding relationships with many of our clients, and we create a value both as legal experts and professionals with a good knowledge of many business fields.
Our professional competence and recognition is evidenced by the prominent international legal directories The Legal 500 and Chambers Europe where each year lawyers of Magnusson are listed as recommended experts in their practice areas in Lithuania.
Operating from our offices in Vilnius and Kaunas, we render legal services in Lithuanian, English, and Russian.
For further information contact:
Local Managing Partner / Vadovaujanti partnerė Lietuvoje
Tel. +370 5 248 7388
Mobile +370 687 12918
Partner / Partneris
Tel. +370 37 308 899
Mobile +370 698 07686
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