Attorney at Law: Edmundas Mikučiauskas

Attorney at Law

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In 1992, graduated from Vilnius University, Faculty of Law, Law Major, the Master of Studies in Law
In 2002, entered in the list of legal practitioners

Edmundas has been actively involved in legislative procedure – a member of various task-groups and a partner in drafting such laws as: Law on Competition, Law on Companies, Law on Enterprise Bankruptcy, Law on Special Aspects of Procedure of Initiation of Bankruptcy Proceedings of Commercial Banks and Litigation at Law, Law on Civil Aviation, Railway Transport Code (Team Leader), Customs Code (Team Leader), Law on Road Traffic Safety, Law on the Railway Transport Sector Reform.

Operational background:
  • 1991 – 1992: Adviser at Investicijos fondas, UAB

  • 1992: Officer at the Department of Law under the Ministry of Justice

  • 1993: Chief Officer at the Department of Law under the Ministry of Justice

  • Since 1993: Head of the Legal Office of the Lithuanian Department of the Baltic States

  • 1993 – 1996: Deputy Director at the Department of Law under the Ministry of Justice

  • 1994 – 1996: Member of the Gaming Commission under the Ministry of Finance

  • 1996 – 1999: Deputy Chairman of the Securities Commission

  • 1999 – 2002: Legal Advisor at Zabiela, Zabielaitė & Partners Law Firm

  • 2001: Member of the Board of Lietuvos energija, AB

  • Since 2003: Runs EXPROMA Law Firm

Main area of expertise:

Corporate governance, shareholder and investor disputes, corporate reorganization, industrial conversion and bankruptcy, fraudulent bankruptcy, recovery of damages, competition, financial law, international trade, spatial planning, land law, construction law, energy sector, insurance, citizenship and migration, transport, medical malpractice damages, public procurement, intellectual property, bankruptcy of natural persons, family law, inheritance, separation of property, administrative offenses.

Tel. +370 5 275 8850
Fax. +370 5 272 7604
Mob. +370 686 41893