Triniti has announced both that Balticlaw Partner Deivis Valiulis has joined it with a team from his previous firm and that it has established a new Energy and Infrastructure practice group, headed by Partner Vytautas Kalmatavicius.
The five lawyers moving over from Balticlaw will join Triniti's Real Estate and Dispute Resolution practice groups, with Valiulis —who joins as a Partner — taking over as head of the former.
“We have taken the growing need of our customers and the increased demand for legal services into account,” said Triniti Managing Partner Linas Sabaliauskas, commenting on his new colleagues. “Therefore we are very pleased that the new partner with an excellent team of professionals decided to join our team. We are sure that due to these changes we will be able to provide our customers with more innovative and efficient solutions and do our best to help clients to succeed."
Speaking of his decision to move, Valiulis said: “it is very important for us that our customers receive only the highest level of legal advice. Therefore, we have always been fascinated by the expertise and professionalism of the Triniti law firm. In addition, we have taken into consideration that Triniti has significantly strengthened the areas of its practice; we have seen the firm’s’ breakthrough in the market. Therefore we decided to seize the opportunity to join the firm’s office in Lithuania. We are glad that we share the same values of business with Triniti – high professional standards, responsible approach to the quality of service, and customer focus. Together we will seek to ensure the highest quality of legal services to our clients.”
Valiulis has been a partner at Balticlaw (formerly known as Acta Juris) for the past 10 years, where he was responsible for the real estate, construction, and corporate law practice areas. He graduated from the Vilnius University Law School in 2000, and obtained an LL.M. from the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main in 2006.
Kalmatavicus has been with Triniti since 2011. He received his Master’s Degree in Law from Vilnius University in 2001.