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Germany voids EU Unified Patent Court Approval

Since the early seventies, European countries have pursued the project of creating a Unitary Patent and a Unified Patent Court (UPC). Success seemed within reach in 2013 when the International Agreement on a Unified Patent Court (UPCA) was concluded and subsequently ratified by several states. However, in 2017 the project came to a grinding halt Read more

Partner Deivis Valiulis – new Member of the Board at the AHK

TRINITI LT Partner Deivis Valiulis has become a member of the Board of the German-Baltic Chamber of Commerce in Lithuania. The German-Baltic Chamber of Commerce is the official representative of the German economy in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. This business network has nearly 500 members. Read more

European Patent Institute recognition

Managing Partner at the Lithuanian office of TRINITI, Vilija Viešūnaitė, having more than 20 years of experience in IP and Litigation practice, was elected as Substitute member of the Europe Patent Institute’s Council. Congratulations and successful term as a member of the epi Council! Read more

CEE Legal Matters recognition

We are delighted and proud that we have advised one of the deals shortlisted by CEE Legal Matters for the Deal of the Year Award in Lithuania – Idex’s Acquisition of Danpower Baltic UAB from Danpower and Geco Investicijos. Congrats to TRINITI Team, the legal advisor of Idex in this deal. We are honoured to Read more

TRINITI Lithuania New Office

We are pleased to invite you to our new home. 🗝🗝🗝 From now on you will find us at Vilniaus str. 31, Vilnius. It is cozy and good as at home! Welcome! Read more

WTR 1000 recognition

The reputable research directory WTR 1000, which focuses exclusively on trademark law experts, has recognized TRINITI as one of the best trademark law firms not only in Lithuania, but also in all Baltic States. WTR 1000 about us: „Going the extra mile for clients and delivering a value added service is a way of life Read more

Criminal proceedings brought against the Kuuuurija team were terminated

In defending our client, we found that the accusation was unfounded, as it was not based on evidence, did not constitute a prosecutable offence and was not unlawful or wrongful. We concluded this mainly for the following two reasons: – Firstly, can an illegal entry occur if the initial entry was in line with a Read more