Attorney at Law Audrius Vaičiūnas
Main Areas of Practice
Practicing lawyer since June 2003. Member of Lithuanian Bar Association. Main areas of practice and specialisation:
- Company law – founding and registration, mergers, reorganisation, restructuring, bankruptcy, liquidation;
- Real estate – sale-purchase, rental, leasing, financing;
- Representing the client’s interests in dealings with other individuals, likewise in Court and other public institutions;
- Project development and negotiation – the strong feature of Audrius Vaičiūnas’ competence is the ability to find solutions in the most complicated situations.
Attorney at law at Vaičiūnas and Vaičiūnas since April 2009.
- Attorney at law 2003–2009:
- Main lawyer at Baltisches Haus, a real estate development and management company. In addition to legal support for the company’s activities, Audrius Vaičiūnas’s responsibilities included real estate development and the purchase, sale and rental of real estate, sale-purchase of company shares, the privatisation of state and municipal property and similar activities. From the end of 2006 Audrius Vaičiūnas managed real estate development projects for Baltisches Haus in Latvia.
- Assistant attorney at law (candidate to the Bar) 2001–2003:
- Full range of cooperation and legal services for a single client: UAB Palink, the company operating the retail chain IKI. Legal consulting for the company management and employees on legal questions relating to acquisition and development of real estate, acquisition of companies, reorganisation of companies and purchase-sale of shares.
- Lawyer at Palink, UAB 2000–2001:
- Drafting sale-purchase and rental contracts for real estate and sale–purchase contracts for various goods, negotiations and coordination, legal consulting for company management and employees on various legal questions.
Vytautas Magnus University Law Faculty, Master of Laws (Mag. Iur.), Business Law Programme (2000).
Vytautas Magnus University, Business and Management Faculty, Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) (1997).
Lithuanian, English, Russian.