"one of their greatest strengths is their strategic thinking: they always put the client first and are proactive and innovative in highlighting and addressing issues."

Chambers Europe, 2017

“The lawyers are flexible enough to find the solutions adapted to our strategy and culture.”

Chambers Europe, 2016

“a very dedicated and hardworking team of young and enthusiastic lawyers”

Legal 500, 2013

“The team has a large amount of experience, and guides us on which pieces of information are critically relevant to our case. We are very satisfied in terms of the team's knowledge, and the structuring of our case.”

Chambers Europe, 2015

Our litigation practice is built on the principle that the key to a successful strategy is in-depth awareness of the case, the client’s business and its objectives.

We believe that our impressive success rate (over 80% each year starting with 2009), combined with the importance of our clients and the sensitivity of the projects we manage, as well as the constant growth of our team are fair indicators of our abilities and expertise. This is why we have been selected by our clients to represent them in several cases standing as cornerstones on the Romanian market.

Our excellent dispute resolution practice covers all areas of civil and business law dispute resolution.

With international arbitration and commercial disputes standing at the core, the department also masters tax and administrative, energy and real estate litigation. Other areas of significant involvement include corporate litigation, fraud investigation, labour disputes, enforcement and insolvency, real estate litigation.

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SELECTED CREDENTIALS:
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Assisting the leading Romanian telecom operator in several high profile disputes, including (i) a ground-breaking challenge of the existing monopoly in the electricity distribution sector involving proceedings against the national energy regulator, the Romanian Government, the relevant Ministries and the incumbent distribution companies; (ii) a case against several global companies involving online piracy; and (iii) several disputes against a major media company involving inter alia competition and commercial issues;
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Assisting a real estate developer in arbitration proceedings registered with the London Court of International Arbitration involving claims amounting to EUR 35 million;