ȚUCA ZBÂRCEA & ASSOCIATES’s legal magazine Just in Case is now available for download

The latest issue of Just in Case, ȚUCA ZBÂRCEA & ASOCIAȚII‘s electronic legal magazine, is now available for download here. The topics covered in the 21st issue are mainly focusing on Compliance & Competition, as follows: – Compliance – From… Read moreȚUCA ZBÂRCEA & ASSOCIATES’s legal magazine Just in Case is now available for download

Romania’s President of the National Agency for Fiscal Administration, Raiffeisen Bank’s Chief Economist, lawyers and tax advisors from Romania and Italy are confirmed speakers at TAX + LEGAL CONFERENCE & WORKSHOPS: THE BUSINESS IMPACT OF LEGISLATIVE AND FISCAL CHANGES, ed. I

The impact of the latest regulatory changes shaping the legal and the fiscal world will be discussed during an event hosted by ȚUCA ZBÂRCEA & ASOCIAȚII law firm and its tax arm – ȚUCA ZBÂRCEA & ASOCIATII TAX, organised with… Read moreRomania’s President of the National Agency for Fiscal Administration, Raiffeisen Bank’s Chief Economist, lawyers and tax advisors from Romania and Italy are confirmed speakers at TAX + LEGAL CONFERENCE & WORKSHOPS: THE BUSINESS IMPACT OF LEGISLATIVE AND FISCAL CHANGES, ed. I

ȚUCA ZBÂRCEA & ASOCIAȚII advised Global Technical Group on selling a majority interest to Abris Capital Partners

Global Technical Group, the leading end-to-end solution provider for building management in Romania, has agreed to sell its majority stake to Abris Capital Partners. ȚUCA ZBÂRCEA & ASOCIAȚII advised Global Technical Group on a transaction by which the group of… Read moreȚUCA ZBÂRCEA & ASOCIAȚII advised Global Technical Group on selling a majority interest to Abris Capital Partners

Customs seizures of amounts in excess of EUR 10,000, under CJEU scrutiny

A potential CJEU judgment on the non-compliance of national law with EU law, which is in fact predictable taking into account prior CJEU case law, will determine the national courts to declare unenforceable the criticized legislation and to cancel any… Read moreCustoms seizures of amounts in excess of EUR 10,000, under CJEU scrutiny