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WINT Joins Levin to Form New Pan-Baltic Alliance

WINT Joins Levin to Form New Pan-Baltic Alliance

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Lithuania's WINT law firm has agreed to join Estonia's Glikman Alvin Levin and Latvia's Kronbergs Cukste Levin to create a new pan-Baltic alliance.

WINT, led by former TGS Baltic Partners Daiva Usinskaite-Filonoviene and Giedrius Danelius and AAA Law Partner Andrius Iskauskas, opened its doors at the end of 2018 (as reported by CEE Legal Matters on December 28, 2018). The firm replaces Dominas Levin — which left to join Walless in April of last year (as reported by CEE Legal Matters on March 7, 2019) — as the Lithuanian member of the alliance, which was originally founded in the summer of 2018.

According to a statement on the Glikman Alvin Levin website, "WINT's extensive experience in the areas of dispute resolution, restructuring, bankruptcy law, public procurement, IT and communications, business law, financial transactions and tax law provides a great advantage and enables the sharing of this experience through a common network in the Baltic States and beyond."

According to that same statement, "Levin has a long-standing relationship of trust with its significant customers, both domestically and internationally, from the European Central Bank to corporations such as ABB. Levin's extensive experience in corporate consulting, tax law, banking, fintech, M&A, ICOs, dispute resolution and international arbitration makes the new alliance one of the most influential service providers in all Baltic countries."

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