PNSA advised an Irish financial institution on a EUR 30,000,000 financing

PNSA advised RI-GD Investments DAC, as lender, on the accession of two Romanian subsidiaries of an Irish agribusiness group to a EUR 30,000,000 financing. PNSA team included Alexandru Ambrozie (Partner), Codrin Luță (Managing Associate) and Teodora Cazan (Senior Associate). Related… Read morePNSA advised an Irish financial institution on a EUR 30,000,000 financing

PwC Report: Over the next ten years, 600,000 jobs in Romania, affected by digital transformation

Over the next ten years, the digital transformation generated by new technologies will affect 600,000 jobs in Romania, according to the PwC’s Workforce Disruption Index, presented on July 2, 2019 at Workforce for the Future. Upskilling for Era 4.0 event,… Read morePwC Report: Over the next ten years, 600,000 jobs in Romania, affected by digital transformation

RLWeek June 24-30, 2019: New regulations on community health care. Amendment to the Government Decision on the operation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Establishment of tax incentives

Amendment to the Government Decision on the operation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Draft. On Thursday, June 27, 2019, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs launched in public debate the draft Decision to amend the Government Decision no. 16/2017 on… Read more<strong>RLWeek</strong> June 24-30, 2019: New regulations on community health care. Amendment to the Government Decision on the operation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Establishment of tax incentives

The autonomy of EU law and ISDS mechanism in CETA agreement- developments and implications of Opinion 1-17

1. Introduction The conferral of competence over foreign direct investment on the European Union in the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union[1] (hereinafter, TFEU) brought with it legal issues, in particular in respect to the boundaries of power… Read moreThe autonomy of EU law and ISDS mechanism in CETA agreement- developments and implications of Opinion 1-17

Valentina Dinu and Adrian Șuța, new members in ARIR’s Board of Directors

The Romanian Investor Relations Association (ARIR), the only professional association for best practices in investor relations in Romania, announces the appointment of two new members in the Association’s Board of Directors, following the vote of all members of the Association…. Read moreValentina Dinu and Adrian Șuța, new members in ARIR’s Board of Directors

The EUIPO “Judges’ Seminar on weak trade-mark elements,18-19 June 2019, Alicante, or bringing the EUIPO “Convergence Programmes” closer to the EU judiciary

The internationalisation of the EU judiciary brings the need to develop knowledge and skill in different domains of law, direct and indirect related to judges’ daily activity. My inner belief in this principle and an older desire to find connections… Read moreThe EUIPO “Judges’ Seminar on weak trade-mark elements,18-19 June 2019, Alicante, or bringing the EUIPO “Convergence Programmes” closer to the EU judiciary

PwC report: Entrepreneurs in Romania are the most advanced in the use of digital technologies in Central and Eastern Europe

Romanian entrepreneurs are the more advanced in the use of digital tehnologies than their peers in the other 14 countries in Central and Eastern Europe, according to PwC Central and Eastern Europe Private Business Survey 2019. So, 64% already designed… Read morePwC report: Entrepreneurs in Romania are the most advanced in the use of digital technologies in Central and Eastern Europe

RLWeek June 17-23, 2019: Electronic payment instrument approval procedure. Government decision regarding time-off for public administration workers. Proposal for Health Law amendment through EGO

Electronic payment instrument approval procedure. On Friday, June 14,  2019, Order no. 553/2019 regarding the approval procedure of remotely-accessible e-payment instruments was published in the Official Journal of Romania, part I, no. 485. [source] Form for unique statements regarding income… Read more<strong>RLWeek</strong> June 17-23, 2019: Electronic payment instrument approval procedure. Government decision regarding time-off for public administration workers. Proposal for Health Law amendment through EGO

CJEU. C-192/18 Commission v Poland. Advocate General Tanchev: the Court should rule that the new retirement rules for Polish judges are contrary to EU law

The contested measures violate the prohibition of discrimination on grounds of sex and the principles of irremovability of judges and of judicial independence. On the 12 July 2017[1] Poland introduced a law entailing new retirement rules for Polish judges. Under… Read moreCJEU. C-192/18 Commission v Poland. Advocate General Tanchev: the Court should rule that the new retirement rules for Polish judges are contrary to EU law