CMS: Romania to speed up enforcement of DAB decisions related to trans-European transport infrastructure projects

On 18 March 2016, the Romanian government published Governmental Emergency Ordinance No. 7/2016 (“GEO 7”) in the Romanian Official Journal. GEO 7 applies to the trans-European railway, road, maritime and air transport infrastructure projects in Romania (“TETI Projects”), and sets… Read moreCMS: Romania to speed up enforcement of DAB decisions related to trans-European transport infrastructure projects

Neil McGregor works with The Ministry of Justice on Romania’s new Anti-corruption Strategy, as BRCC representative

Following the launch of consultations by the Romanian Ministry of Justice on Romania’s new Anti-corruption Strategy, Neil McGregor, managing partner of McGregor & Partners and Vice-Chairman of the British Romanian Chamber of Commerce (BRCC) met senior officials in the Ministry… Read moreNeil McGregor works with The Ministry of Justice on Romania’s new Anti-corruption Strategy, as BRCC representative

CMS: Romanian Competition Council makes Eight Recommendations to Increase Competition on the Romanian Fuel Market

In a recent press release, the Romanian Competition Council (“RCC”) set forth the following recommendations for stimulating competition on what it deems to be a very concentrated fuel market: 1. Creation of a database and a web/mobile application, where consumers may… Read moreCMS: Romanian Competition Council makes Eight Recommendations to Increase Competition on the Romanian Fuel Market

The latest success of VILAU | ASSOCIATES for Timisoara International Airport. Carpatair’s ungrounded accusations regarding an abuse of dominant position were dismissed

Aeroportul International Timisoara – Traian Vuia S.A. was successful for the second time, in court against the accusations brought by Carpatair S.A. concerning an alleged abuse of dominant position. The attorneys of VILAU | ASSOCIATES, who assisted and represented Aeroportul… Read moreThe latest success of VILAU | ASSOCIATES for Timisoara International Airport. Carpatair’s ungrounded accusations regarding an abuse of dominant position were dismissed