Latest Assignments

TRINITI JUREX proved that Remigijus Šeris and Telecentras did not humiliate the honour and dignity

Cases of honour and dignity are delicate, sensitive, and, in most cases, public. Firm’s partner Jurgita Judickienė together with the team recently defended the interests of our clients: the Lithuanian Radio and Television Centre “Telecentras” and its CEO Remigijus Šeris. Lawyers proved that the former president of the Lithuanian Business Confederation Valdas Sutkus got offended unreasonably.

Two years ago, in an article on, Šeris told about some unpleasant encounters with Sutkus and his widely discussed words “daloj Šeris” (take away Šeris – in Russian). Sutkus applied to the court for insulting his honour and dignity, however, the Vilnius Regional Court acknowledged in its final ruling that all the statements expressed in the article correspond to reality and do not humiliate Sutkus’ honour and dignity. The court also ordered to reimburse all litigation costs incurred by both Šeris and the Lithuanian Radio and Television Centre. Congratulations on an honourable victory!

Please, read a detailed story (in Lithuanian) here.

Acquisition of Empower Group by Enersense International Oyj

TRINITI advised Enersense International Oyj, a company specializing in implementing zero-emission energy solutions, in the acquisition of the Baltic subsidiaries of Empower Group. The emerging Enersense-Empower aims to become a major player serving Nordic and international companies in the industrial, energy and telecommunications sectors. The TRINITI Baltic legal team was led by partner Tõnis Tamme. Read more

Co-operation of Investment Agency and Prudentia

One of the oldest M&A advisories in Estonia – Investment Agency and Prudentia, a leading Latvian corporate finance consultant concluded co-operation agreements to jointly provide corporate finance and M&A advice to private clients in the Baltics under the common Prudentia brand TRINITI partner Tõnis Tamme and Attorney-at-Law Siim Maripuu advised Investment Agency in contract negotiations. Read more

TRINITI won a case on the revocation of the trademark registration

The case involved a dispute between Westlake Chemical Corporation, a U.S. company, owning the EU trademark WestLake, and Zhongce Rubber Group Company, a worldwide tire manufacturer and the owner of the international figurative trademark WestLake. The latter was represented by TRINITI lawyers. The applicant sought the revocation of the registration of Zhongce Rubber Group Company’s trademark as the trademark WestLake had not been used in Lithuania for more than 5 years. The court stated that the evidence presented in the case clearly confirms the fact that the defendant’s trademark was used in Lithuania, publicly advertised and visible to all current and potential consumers, therefore dismissed the claim.

TRINITI represented a client in hotels acquisition in Lithuania

Legal advice was provided to the client during the acquisition of shares of a group of companies managing several hotels in Lithuania. The deal had a foreign element and required profound and comprehensive knowledge of various fields of law as well as coordination of the documents with the securities account manager. TRINITI team is proud to have contributed to successful completion of the deal. The transaction is expected to have a positive effect on the hospitality market.

TRINITI represented a client before the General Court of the EU

TRINITI represented Scorify UAB, a Lithuanian company that uses AI to predict consumer habits, against Scor SE, one of the world’s leading reinsurers, in trademark registration case before the General Court of the EU. Scorify filed its logo for registration as a trademark for various real estate, financial and insurance services.

The General Court ruled that Scorify’ logo is not distinct enough from that of Scor SE in relation to part of the filed insurance services and that there was a likelihood of confusion. Consequently, the Court refused to allow Scorify to trademark its logo for part of the services related to insurance. However, the trademark registration remains valid for other services related to real estate.

Please contact Vilija Viešūnaitė for more information.

TRINITI client was issued a Certificate of Eligibility in record time

Certificate of Eligibility was issued to a TRINITI client as a result of efficient cooperation among the Ministry of Economy and Innovation of the Republic of Lithuania, the NATO Communications and Information Agency, the NATO Support and Procurement Agency and TRINITI lawyers. The document certifies compliance of the client‘s company to the financial, technical, professional and security requirements. As of 21 July 2020, the company represented by TRINITI lawyers is included into the NSPA suppliers list eligible to participate in NATO procurement.

TRINITI won a trademark infringement case representing Louis Vuitton Malletier

TRINITI won a trademark infringement case where TRINITI lawyers represented Louis Vuitton Malletier, one of the world’s leading international fashion houses and manufacturer of handbags, footwear and luxury accessories. The case was based on the action, brought by Louis Vuitton Malletier in 2018 against OOO Vostok-Jug and ten natural persons, requesting for destruction of counterfeit goods.

TRINITI won the dispute against the National Land Service over termination of state land lease

TRINITI won the dispute against the National Land Service (NLS) over the termination of state land lease. This proves once again that in disputes with NLS over the lease of state land, it is possible to achieve positive results for tenants of state land. The interests of the clients were represented by TRINITI Partner and Attorney at law Agnė Ustinovičienė and the Senior Associate Gintarė Liegutė.