This blog today is the third and last part of the series concerning EU law, its interaction with Romanian law and its application by lawyers in Romania. Specific contracts This week’s blog continues the theme of the previous weeks and… Read moreContracts with Extraterritorial Elements – Part 3
Provisions that regulate the choice of the parties (also known as Lex Voluntatis) As mentioned in part one the parties to a contract have the freedom of choosing the governing law. The choice of the parties can be expressed through… Read moreContracts with Extraterritorial Elements – Part 2
Viorel Dinu has over 16 years of practice in litigation and arbitration. He is one of the few Romanian litigators having benefitted of US legal training and has significant experience in corporate, commercial and civil disputes, administrative and tax litigation,… Read moreBondoc si Asociatii Coopts Nicolae Viorel Dinu as Head of Dispute Resolution Practice
Since my last post touching on the above I have received a number of enquiries concerning this aspect of Romanian law. To try and answer those questions as all good Romanian lawyers do, I have prepared a more extensive analysis… Read moreContracts with Extraterritorial Elements – Part 1
Bucharest, 14 May 2014. After an early year relocation to brand new offices to keep up with the growth of its team and clients, Biriș Goran announces new promotions: senior associates Mihai Nușcă and Ana Frațian become partners, associates Oana… Read moreExciting Changes at Biriș Goran: New Partners, New Promotions
Bucharest, 8 May 2014 – New research from PwC finds that the shortfall in European small and medium sized enterprises’ (SME) source of banking credit will last for at least five years. European firms will struggle to fill this gap… Read morePwC: European banking credit shortfall to last at least five years. A huge opportunity for non-bank institutions to fill in the gap
The Lawyr.it team takes pride in announcing the launch of the fifth issue, available here. This time, the magazine has prepared for you a wide-ranging selection of articles tackling either problematic issues like the liability for lack of conformity with… Read moreLawyr.it has launched its fifth issue!
On 17 April 2014 the European Parliament adopted a directive to govern actions for damages under national law for infringements of the competition law provisions of the Member States and of the European Union (the “Directive”). The Directive aims to… Read moreA new European Directive meant to facilitate actions for damages for infringements of the competition law provisions
Bucharest, May 5th, 2014: Ţuca Zbârcea & Asociaţii won three awards at this year’s Lawyers’ Gala event hosted by Ziarul Financiar – Romania’s top business and financial newspaper. Ţuca Zbârcea & Asociaţii earned top honours for the firm’s contribution to… Read moreŢuca Zbârcea & Asociaţii scores a hat trick winning three awards from Ziarul Financiar
The Lawyr.it Team is looking for new members! If you are an enthusiastic Law student, if you are ambitious and you want to stand out from the crowd, you are kindly invited to apply for one of these roles: 1. Junior Editor (first or… Read moreThe Lawyr.it Team is looking for new members!