Latest Assignments

TRINITI JUREX defended restaurant group Fortas against the insurance company's claim for damages

We represented the restaurants’ group Fortas, who disagreed with the claim for damages from the insurance company. In one of the restaurants located in Vilnius entertainment and business center, the cold-water hose of the tap broke at night and water flooded both the rented restaurant and other premises of this center. The insurance company indemnified the building owner and other affected entities, but in a recourse, demanded our client to compensate for the insurance payments. 

Congratulations to Agnė Varnelienė and the team: the court completely rejected the insurance company’s claim. Our lawyers were able to persuade the court not to follow the usual case practice but to assess the balance of responsibilities between the tenant of the premises and their owner, who would be affected by the flooding, established in the lease agreement. Here is the case when a well-prepared lease agreement is very helpful!

TRINITI provides legal assistance to ELEKTRUM LIETUVA on various legal issues related to the supply of electricity

TRINITI team provides legal assistance to ELEKTRUM LIETUVA, a modern customer – orientated power company, on various legal issues related to the supply of electricity.  TRINITI lawyers assisted the client in drafting and correcting the standard agreements on electricity supply to be used in the client’s activities, agreements on solar plants purchase and installation, provided legal advice on Lithuanian legal acts on electricity supply, construction, protection of the consumers and other services.

TRINITI represented Lithuanian parliament members in the Lithuanian Constitutional Court

TRINITI represented a group of Lithuanian parliament members in the Lithuanian Constitutional Court investigating whether the provisions of the Law on Energy of the Republic of Lithuania is not in conflict with the Constitution.

TRINITI team advised a group of the Lithuanian parliament members on legal issues and represented them in the Lithuanian Constitutional Court investigating the procedure and terms for the extension of the provisions of the Law on Energy of the Republic of Lithuania regulating the expiry of the permits issued for the development of electricity generating capacities from renewable energy sources.

The legal matter was of significant importance to Lithuanian legal environment in the energy field, as by the decision of the Constitutional Court, adopted on 21 December 2018 the limitation, established in the Law on Electricity on extending the time limit of the validity of an authorization to develop the capacity of electricity generation from renewable energy sources declared unconstitutional.