Firm news

05 / 19

TGS Baltic is the largest law firm in Lithuania

A leading Baltic law firm TGS Baltic is the largest law firm in Lithuania by the number of lawyers qualified as advocates. 

04 / 19

TGS Baltic shortlisted among the best Tax and Transfer Pricing firms in the Baltics

TGS Baltic’s Tax group has been shortlisted among the best Tax and Transfer Pricing firms of the year in the Baltic States region.

03 / 19

Nauris Grigals has become a Partner and the Head of Corporate Commercial team at TGS Baltic

Nauris Grigals joined TGS Baltic in 2009. Nauris is a recognized expert in corporate law, commercial law and M&A. He has also broad experience in litigation, especially in the area of corporate and tax litigation, as well as arbitration. In 2019, Nauris has become a Partner at TGS Baltic.

02 / 19

TGS Baltic welcomes new partner Žygimantas Stankevičius

Partners of the leading pan-Baltic law firm TGS Baltic have welcomed a new member of their team – Žygimantas Stankevičius, a long-standing Head of the Legal Department at the Luminor bank (former DNB). At TGS Baltic, the new partner will lead the Finance Industry Group of the firm.

02 / 19

Associate Partner Karina Andriukaitienė has joined TGS Baltic

TGS Baltic team has a new member – Associate Partner Karina Andriukaitienė, an expert in private and venture capital funds and other funds following alternative investment strategies.

01 / 19

Vladlena Rudusāne-Simiča, a lawyer with more than 6 years of experience in competition law, EU law and regulated law, has joined the TGS Baltic team

Before joining TGS Baltic, Vladlena was a consultant at BDK Advokati (Belgrade, Serbia), one of the leading law firms in the Balkans, where she mainly specialized in competition and state aid law, advising clients from different industries, including pharma and FMCG, on various antitrust, state aid and merger control matters. Vladlena also advised on matters related to international trade, investment protection and public procurement, as well as business compliance issues.