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The Insolvency procedure

What do you do when the company with whom you have been trading goes into insolvency. The first reaction is to blame someone.  The next reaction is to review your financial position in relation to the company which has gone into insolvency.  You will need to review your written contracts with them and to [...]

Amendment to the Labour Code

As a Romanian law firm dealing with Labour related issues it is interesting to see the amendments to the Labour Code recently introduced by the Government. The Romanian Government last month introduced amendments to the Labour Code. Whilst these changes are not fundamental they do impact on potential employers as well as current [...]

By | September 13th, 2017|Categories: Employment, Romanian Law|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Romanian Product Warranties

As part of Romania’s continued movement towards a fully integrated European Union country there has been a steady movement towards increasing consumer protection.  Suppliers of goods and services have become aware of the duties they owe their customers whether they be private individuals or a commercial buyer. The legislation covering the liability of [...]

Trade Mark Registration – Romania

The registration of a trademark in Romania involves several steps and procedures which must be closely observed. The Trade Mark registration can be carried out by a lawyer or similar person or by the owner of the trade mark themselves. We are often asked as a Romanian law Firm for advice on Trade [...]

By | April 12th, 2017|Categories: Romanian Law|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Romanian Employment Regulations

Being an employer in any jurisdiction seems to become more complicated as time goes on. I was recently reminded of this when we were advising an international client of the Firm on employment issues in Romania. The Client wished to be fully compliant with Romanian law and practice. As it plants and offices [...]

Redundancy Revisited

Although Romania is going through a period of economic expansion there are still occasions where for a variety of reasons including economic reasons it is necessary for an employer to make employees redundant. This situation of redundancy is covered in the Romanian Labour Code. According to the Code, an employee maybe dismissed in the case [...]

Residence and Work permits for Non EU Citizens

With the increase of foreigners wishing to come to Romania and Europe to work we are ask regularly as to what is the position for non-EU citizens concerning work permits and residency. The position of the employment of Non-EU employees is governed in Romania by the provisions of EU Directive 2011/98/EU and Romanian government emergency [...]

Why a Mandate Contract

Since 1989 Romania has passed from the command economy of socialism to commerce based on the free market and capitalism. Romanian commercial development really started with the passing of the Company Law (Law 30/1990) which enabled the formation of limited liability companies as well as joint stock companies. This was a first step in the [...]

Penalties – Not The Football Kind

Now to some people in Romania penalties only relate to rugby or football.  But to a lawyer they have a more significant role in contract law. We have noted in the past the confusion regarding penalties not only in the minds of investors from the United Kingdom and the United States of America but also [...]

Have You forgotten About Your Romanian Investment?

During the last period we have received enquiries concerning property transactions and property led transactions all of which arose out of property purchases prior to 2009. Many investors both foreign and local made purchases during those times which they now regret.  The reasons for this regret are many but they now have to deal with [...]