Continuous recognition in Global Arbitration Review

Our firm‘s arbitration team has been recognized in the prestigious Global Arbitration Review for the 9th time.

This acknowledgment underscores our team’s expertise in navigating complex international disputes and delivering top-tier arbitration services to our clients worldwide.

Recent events

  • Defending ICOR as a co-respondent with French utility Veolia in a €240 million lawsuit brought by the Lithuanian energy ministry in a Vilnius Court. The claims were originally submitted as a counterclaim in an ICSID case but were withdrawn in light of the Achmea ruling on intra-EU investment arbitration. The dispute is set to go to the Supreme Court of Lithuania for a second time and establish a benchmark for similar cases in the country.
  • Advising clients on the impact of a treaty between EU states that will terminate intra-EU bilateral investment treaties and on EU sanctions in the Baltic region.
  • Advising Lithuanian printing company Garsų Pasaulis on a €20 million claim against Kyrgyzstan concerning a project to produce biometric passports. The investor alleges discrimination after the state halted the execution of the contract in the wake of a criminal investigation.
  • Representing two clients in four interrelated arbitrations against a German company at the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The dispute related to long-term supply agreements, overpayments and cross-border set-offs.

Client comment

  • Andrius Lukoševičius, head of legal for Garsų Pasaulis, says the firm has the most advanced arbitration team in the Baltic region and can handle complex and high-value international arbitrations. He also hails partner Daujotas as one of the best international arbitration lawyers in the region.
  • Another client also commends the firm’s ability to handle complex international disputes while praising its „network, availability, expertise, reporting and strategy decisions“.

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