Public Sector & Constitutional Law

Regulatory & Competition Public Sector & Constitutional Law

TGS Baltic's public sector and constitutional law experts are recognized as "a well-balanced team with diverse skills." 

We have well-established and proven working relations with all major governmental authorities, and with regulators in particular. We have strong expertise in public administration and regulation systems, from burden analysis and the application of better regulation principles to the design of improved policies and legislation. We handle impact assessments as well as the transposition and implementation of European Union regulations. Other areas of notable strength include assessing the compliance of public-service providers and implementing quality-management standards.

We have advised on many different areas of public administration, including energy, health, science and higher education, innovation, food and beverages, market surveillance and consumer protection, environment, planning, and construction.

Services vary greatly, from conducting research on specific issues to drafting new legislation. Public institutions rely on our lawyers to provide superior advice and help sort out complex matters.

We also advise private sector clients on the negotiation and enforcement of public contracts, the issuance of permits, and other aspects of their relations with public sector organizations.

Major Deals

  • 20.05.2019

    Transfer of Vilnius City heating infrastructure

    In 2002, AB Vilniaus Šilumos Tinklai leased the heat and electricity production infrastructure of Vilnius City to UAB Vilniaus Energija for a period of 15 years. The leased infrastructure consisted of several power plants and all supporting infrastructure.

     

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  • 20.05.2019

    TGS Baltic advises on implementation of projects on modernization of the district heating sector in Vilnius and Kaunas

    TGS Baltic continues to advise Lietuvos energija, UAB, a group of state-controlled energy companies, which is one of the largest in the Baltic States, on the implementation of the projects of modernization of the district heating sector in Vilnius and Kaunas, which are recognized as economic projects of national significance to the Republic of Lithuania. 

     

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  • 20.05.2019

    TGS Baltic represents the clients in the ongoing dispute against UAB Litesko

    In 2001, the Alytus City Municipality and company controlled by it UAB Alytaus šilumos tinklai leased the heat production infrastructure of Alytus city to UAB Litesko for a period of 15 years and assigned the heat and hot water supply activity in the respective territory to the lessee. In 2005, the parties agreed to extend the lease agreements for ten years, i.e. for the period until 2026. In 2007, the parties agreed on additional investments into a biofuel plant.

     

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  • 13.05.2019

    TGS Baltic advises and represents AB ORLEN Lietuva

    TGS Baltic advises and represents AB ORLEN Lietuva in the court case regarding compensation of damages. A claim was filed by the Belarusian state-owned company Druzba.

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  • 11.07.2017

    The town of Loksa, Nõo municipality and Luunja municipality escaped forced merger

    The firm’s lawyers led by Triin Raudsepp successfully represented Nõo municipality, Luunja municipality and the town of Loksa in dealings with the government regarding the forced merger proposed by the government.

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  • 21.12.2016

    The Supreme Court issued a favourable decision in the main matter of Administrative Reform Act

    Attorney at law and senior partner Paul Varul led the team that represented the twenty-three municipalities in the Estonian Supreme Court in the matters regarding Administrative Reform Act, stating that the reform violates the constitutional rights of municipalities in too many points.

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Key Contacts