AAA LAW named #1 for Intellectual Property

Chambers and Partners – one of the world’s leading guides to lawyers and law firms  – ranked AAA LAW number 1 law firm for Intellectual Property in Lithuania.

Chambers and Partners distinguished AAA LAW as a “Market-leading boutique firm, especially well regarded for its trade mark and patent expertise. Draws on its experienced team to handle IP registration, licensing, rights transfers and litigation, including in relation to industrial designs, domains, trade secrets and authors’ rights.”

We are thrilled to win this award and to be distinguished as a top IP law firm in Lithuania for a number of year now.  Our team worked hard to help our clients succeed and we will continue to justify their growing demands” says Otilija Klimaitienė, Managing Partner of AAA LAW.

Managing partner Otilija Klimaitienė was well regarded among the clients, with one in particular calling her “one of the best IP specialists in Lithuania.” She is experienced in handling trade mark and patent-related matters, and often appears before both the Lithuanian State Patent Bureau and the European Patent Office in regard to IP registration and defence. Andrius Iškauskas recognised for his knowledge and experience in IP. He is known as a specialist in IP litigation, IT law and authors’ rights, and sources confirm that “he knows this area very well.

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