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MAGNUSSON AT IBA ANNUAL CONFERENCE IN ROME

2018-10-15

At the IBA Annual Conference in Rome, Magnusson was represented by a strong team of partners representing six countries of the Baltic Sea Region.

Magnusson delegates included:

Denmark: Nikolaj Juhl Hansen, Sam Jalaei

Estonia: Elvira Tulvik, Rando Maisvee

Finland: Tomi Merenheimo, Ville Salonen, Heikki Wide

Lithuania: Marius Endzinas, Ligita Ramanauskaitė, Evaldas Rapolas

Poland: Mariusz Kowalski, Agnieszka Pytlas, Andrzej Tokaj

Sweden: Per Magnusson, Johan Molin

Magnusson’s offices in the Baltic states were also among the organizers of Baltic 100 event, which took place in Rome on 8 October. The event was dedicated to the 100th anniversaries of restored Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.

The annual conference of the International Bar Association is the premier conference for legal professionals worldwide to meet, share knowledge, and network, building professional and personal relationships alike. The 2018 IBA Annual Conference was held in Rome, from 7-12 October.

To get in touch with the Magnusson team members, please feel free contact CMO Mariusz Kowalski, or your usual Magnusson contact.

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