Andrius Ivanauskas, one of the top competition experts in Lithuania, currently leading the firm’s Competition and EU Law, and Venture Capital and Private Equity practise, has been promoted to become the eighth partner at the Vilnius Office of law firm GLIMSTEDT as from the beginning of the year.
Andrius Ivanauskas has been working for GLIMSTEDT for 12 years, since 2004, and has been counselling clients on M&A transactions and also in the areas of competition law, banking and finance.
“The appointment of Andrius as a partner gives us an additional edge in contributing to the building of lasting partnerships with our clients and serves as an indicator that we are developing strong leaders within our firm, because it was our firm that provided Andrius with an environment to grow to become a legal professional and expert recognised by Lithuanian and international clients and the world’s largest legal referral guides”, says Egidijus Bernotas, Managing Partner of GLIMSTEDT.
Andrius Ivanauskas has been recognised by Chambers & Partners as a ‘recommended lawyer’ in banking & finance. The Legal500, Who‘s Who Legal and Global Competition Review has ranked Andrius as a ‘recommended lawyer’ in competition law. Andrius Ivanauskas is a current member and former Chairman of the Legal and Regulatory Committee of the Lithuanian Private Equity and Venture Capital Association. Andrius holds a MA degree in Law from the University of Vilnius, and a LL.M degree in European Private Law from the University of Amsterdam.
GLIMSTEDT is one of the leading and one of the highest ranked law firms in Lithuania, forming a part of the GLIMSTEDT team with more than 260 qualified lawyers in Sweden, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. GLIMSTEDT has strong international reach, acts in most of the major local and cross-border transactions and advises its clients on the full range of corporate and commercial matters. GLIMSTEDT renders legal services to MasterCard, E.ON, General Motors, Vienna Insurance Group, Tele2, Lords LB, Philip Morris, the National Olympic Committee of Lithuania, Limarko, Litcapital, Boen, Linstow, etc.