At the beginning of the year Dalia Augaitė, who has almost twenty years of experience in legal work, became a Partner of the law firm. Dalia joined the TGS Baltic team last year. She specialises in the capital markets and financial sector and advises clients on bond issuance and listing, securitisation, development of unit-linked life insurance products and other capital market and investment issues. Dalia not only advises clients on their business development issues but also actively contributes to the improvement of the Lithuanian regulatory environment and participates in projects promoting the development of the Lithuanian capital markets.
Sandra Bliuvaitė-Šulcienė, who has more than sixteen years of legal work experience and currently heads the TGS Baltic Real Estate, Construction and Environment specialisation group, has also become a Partner. According to her, this change is a sign of recognition of her efforts and love for her work and the clients.
Marius Brasiūnas, Co-head of Dispute Resolution specialisation group, welcomes the new year with changes by becoming a Partner. He has been with the law firm for fifteen years. Marius Brasiūnas specialises in shareholder, management liability, insolvency, damages, and contractual liability disputes. The Dispute Resolution specialisation group plans ambitious growth. Already last year, Partner Ramūnas Kontrauskas and Junior Associate Kristijonas Povylius joined the group thus strengthening its forces.
From 1 January, the law firm has two new Associate Partners: Karolina Lapinskaitė, a member of the Corporate and Capital Markets specialisation team, who focuses on the investment, asset management, and other financial services sector, and Dr. Tadas Varapnickas, a representative of the Dispute Resolution specialisation team, who is also the Head of the law firm’s dispute resolution in international arbitration practice in Lithuania.
Currently, TGS Baltic unites 33 partners and 11 associate partners in the three Baltic States, including 18 partners and 9 associate partners in Lithuania.