Romania to restrict third country-bidders and products for public contracts

Romania is in the process of banning certain non-EU and non-EEA countries from participating in public procurement procedures in Romania. After a Memorandum outlining this ban was first approved by the Romanian government, on 20 March 2021 the national regulatory… Read moreRomania to restrict third country-bidders and products for public contracts

Constitutional Court of Romania: green lights for absolving tax-fraudsters

On 17 February 2021, Romania’s Constitutional Court rejected, as ungrounded, the plea of non-constitutionality raised by the High Court of Cassation and Justice, the Romanian government and the Romanian Ombudsman over Draft Law No. 241/2005 on the prevention and fight… Read moreConstitutional Court of Romania: green lights for absolving tax-fraudsters

CMS: European M&A environment flips to ‘buyer-friendly’ in response to COVID-19

Europe has returned to a ‘buyer-friendly’ environment, after the COVID-19 pandemic created more risk-averse attitudes. As a result, CMS’ latest annual M&A study identified significant increase in liability caps, longer limitation periods and fewer locked box deals. The multi-year analysis… Read moreCMS: European M&A environment flips to ‘buyer-friendly’ in response to COVID-19

CMS Women in Business: Investing in women’s education and promoting successful female role models: solutions for reducing the gender gap in Tech

Stereotypes, gender discrimination, the acceleration of digital change due to Covid-19, and the use of technology in education On 17 March, international law firm CMS organised the 2021 edition of the CMS Women in Business event, a meeting dedicated in… Read moreCMS Women in Business: Investing in women’s education and promoting successful female role models: solutions for reducing the gender gap in Tech