Our team has always been at the forefront of the Baltic information technology and communications markets, advising its leaders and participating in major transactions.
Ellex Valiunas has significant expertise in advising major global information technology companies. We have taken part in the most innovative and complex technology-related projects, including the first purely electronic agreements.
Our experts are widely regarded as leading lawyers in computer software and database protection. Ellex Valiunas is a member of the Computer Law Association.
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Dr. Jaunius Gumbis


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We Assisted in Integrating Omnitel and Baltic Data Center into Telia Lietuva (Former Teo Lt)
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Key projects in the field

We Assisted in Integrating Omnitel and Baltic Data Center into Telia Lietuva (Former Teo Lt)
In 2015, Telia Company started integrating the business operations of Teo Lt, Omnitel and Baltic Data Center. In 2016, we assisted Telia Company in selling the shares of Omnitel to Teo. This was one of the biggest transactions in Lithuania’s telecoms market. It was followed by the second step of integration: in 2017 we advised in merging Omnitel and Baltic Data Center with Teo Lt and changing the latter’s name into Telia Lietuva.
We assisted software developer Pixelmator Team to protect its international distribution network
Pixelmator Team is a well-known Lithuanian software developer producing internationally recognized graphic editing software. We advised Pixelmator Team on a number of legal actions related to protection of their distribution network in foreign jurisdictions, particularly in the United States. We have also assisted the client to engage counsels in foreign jurisdictions and manage respective legal actions there.
We successfully represented Siemens in a 14.5 million euro dispute between the joint venture partners
We have helped our client win the case concerning penalties amounting to approx. EUR 14.5 million for the allegedly unlawful termination of a joint venture agreement. Finally the Supreme Court of Lithuania quashed the judgments of the Vilnius Regional Court and the Court of Appeal of Lithuania whereby these courts ordered Siemens to pay huge penalties.