Marius Embrektas has made partner at Glimstedt in Lithuania — the firm's ninth.
Embrektas joined Glimsted in 2006. According to the firm, he "specializes in Public-Private Partnership, Infrastructure, and Legal Regulation areas. He has been rendering advice on some major PPP and infrastructure projects in Lithuania and abroad and has extensive experience in dealing with commercial disputes and representing his clients in corporate, contract, insurance, bankruptcy, restructuring, and other matters. He is also advising the largest Lithuanian fishing companies engaged in fishing and shipping activities in the Baltic Sea and distant fishing waters." He holds a Master's degree from Mykolo Romerio Universitetas.
"Marius Embrektas is a highly acclaimed expert in their fields whose competence, foresight and experience are particularly valued among their clients and colleges,” says Solveiga Paleviciene, Managing Partner of Glimstedt."
“I am highly inspired and motivated by the credit given to me by the firm," said Partner Marius Embrektas. "Apart from the difficulties, the situation in which the world finds itself today gives thousands of opportunities, in particular as regards PPP and infrastructure projects. During the economic downturn, a partnership between the government and business becomes especially relevant because the implementation of large infrastructure projects has been among the most important economic stimulus measures at all times. Taking advantage of new opportunities in a new reality demands an extremely creative approach, elegant decisions, and new energy. I have no doubt that keeping to the above principles I will be able to proceed successfully with the projects already started and to develop the areas under my supervision. I am pleased that [as] a partner, I will not only be able to go deeper into the issues that are complicated from a professional point of view and encourage professional development but will also be able to contribute to the implementation of nationally and publicly useful projects."