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MAGNUSSON COMPLETES THE BALTIC SEA REGION COVERAGE WITH EXPANSION TO LITHUANIA

2013-03-04

The Baltic Sea Region Law Firm Magnusson announces the launch of its twenty lawyer strong offices in Kaunas and Vilnius. With two offices based in Lithuania, Magnusson will have its own offices in all countries in the Baltic Sea Region.

The Baltic Sea Region Law Firm Magnusson announces the launch of its twenty lawyer strong offices in Kaunas and Vilnius. With two offices based in Lithuania, Magnusson will have its own offices in all countries in the Baltic Sea Region.

Magnusson provides integrated, seamless services throughout the Baltic Sea Region. With the launch of two offices in Lithuania and a recently announced expansion to Germany, Magnusson is achieving its strategic goal of a complete pan-regional coverage.

The new offices will be fully operational later this spring and will include four partners and twenty lawyers altogether, with a leading corporate attorney Ligita Ramanauskaitė joining as the managing partner of Magnusson Lithuania. The whole team moves from Nordia Baublys.

Magnusson Lithuania will offer a full range of legal services, including, among others, corporate and M&A, banking and finance, dispute resolution, real estate, tax and employment.

In relation to the announcement, Senior Partner Per Magnusson stated: “We are the only law firm offering seamless integrated legal services in all the markets across the Baltic Sea Region. It is our unique selling point and a promise to the market. The launch of two new offices in Lithuania crowns our pan-regional expansion and bears testament to our dedication to delivering what we promise”.

Ligita Ramanauskaitė commented: “With presence in two largest Lithuanian cities, Vilnius and Kaunas, we offer truly unique capabilities in Lithuania to both international and domestic clients. We very much look forward to becoming a part of an integrated pan-regional leader and to exploring new opportunities across international frontiers.”

Background

Magnusson is a full-service, independent law firm with offices in Berlin, Copenhagen, Gothenburg, Helsinki, Malmö, Minsk, Moscow, Oslo, Riga, Stockholm, Tallinn and Warsaw. The firm advises clients operating in the Baltic Sea Region, including local and international companies, as well as public authorities. Our high standards are regularly confirmed by independent standard-setting publications (e.g., Chambers Global, Chambers Europe , Legal 500 EMEA).

In November 2012, Magnusson won the coveted European Law Firm of the Year Award at the British Legal Awards 2012. Magnusson also won top prize at the Årets Advokatbyrå Awards 2012 for the best law firm in Sweden. In September 2011, the jury of The Lawyer European Awards named Magnusson Law Firm of the Year: The Nordics.

For further details, please feel free to contact: Mariusz Kowalski, Partner and Head of Marketing, mobile: +48 661 929 486, e-mail:mariusz.kowalski@magnussonlaw.com.

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