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Although the coronavirus has effected the Baltics like everyone else, Sorainen Country Managing Partner for Lithuania Tomas Kontautas says, it hasn’t, at least in the short term, resulted in any slow down in work, and he reports that commercial lawyers in Lithuania are “not only busy – but much busier than normal” in the week and a half since the country’s borders were closed on March 16, 2020. “There’s been a lot of activity on hotlines, and lots of questions for law firms,” he reports, “both in contract performance and employment matters, and in many other areas as well.”

Sweden's Per Magnusson, the co-founder of the Magnusson law firm, which has offices in seven countries — including four in CEE — has left the firm to launch an advisory business in Stockholm.

TGS Baltic Successful for Orlen Lietuva in Dispute Over Ownership of Leftover Oil in Pipeline

TGS Baltic has successfully represented Orlen Lietuva before the Court of Appeal of Lithuania in a dispute regarding Polocktransneft Druzhba's claim for damages of over USD 70 million.

SPC Legal Successful for Baltic Environmental Forum in Vilnius Administrative Court

SPC Legal has successfully represented the non-profit Baltic Environmental Forum in Vilnius' Administrative Court in its claim that the State Service for Protected Areas unlawfully suspended the expansion of Lithuania's Punia pinewood reserve.

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