January 31, 2018 14:16
By Raluca Botea,  Senior Associate NOERR One year after the entry into force of Law no. 233/2016 regarding public-private partnerships (“PPP Law”), the Government approved Government Emergency Ordinance no. 104/2017 (“GEO 104”) ...more »
January 17, 2018 15:03
The M&A market in Romania has reached 3.8 billion EUR in 2017, according to public sources and disclosed transactions, an analysis performed by Deloitte Romania has revealed. Overall, by adding all transactions with undisclosed value, t...more »
September 25, 2017 16:23
by Maria Maxim, Partner and Daniela Dosan, Associate at Wolf Theiss, Bucharest Office On September 21st, 2017, the National Supervisory Authority for Personal Data Processing ("RDPA") published on its website a Guidance regarding the application of the General Data Protection Regulation (the "Guidance"), for the benefit of the data controllers performing personal data processing activities that fall under the jurisdiction of the Romanian law....more »
September 14, 2017 09:10
by Radu Damaschin - Partner and Cristiana Prodescu - Associate, NNDKP In a world that is becoming increasingly globalized, the law serves as a powerful tool in improving economic and social conditions. In such a world, trans-border judicial proceedings, or, as legal scholars call it, "legal disputes with extraneous elements" demand a certain consistency and predictability. We consume the same products and services; we abide by the same rules; therefore it is natural to develop the same expectations, including with respect to the enforcement of legal documents. The trend in this direction is clear, albeit more or less intentionally so: parallel customs, bilateral and multilateral treaties; common rules that will facilitate the creation, amendment and termination of legal relationships of any kind, regardless of the way in which this is achieved. ...more »
September 04, 2017 12:20
by Florin Gherghel, Head of Tax Department and Monica Colt Tax Advisor, NOERR Government ordinance no. 23/2017 regarding the split payment of VAT was published in the Official Gazette no. 706/31 August 2017. Please find below the most impo...more »
July 17, 2017 15:42
The M&A Market in Romania has reached EUR 889 million in the second quarter of the year according to public sources and disclosed transactions, more than double compared to the first quarter, an analysis by Deloitte Romania has revealed. The total number of relevant transactions was 19. Compared to the similar period last year, in 2017 the number of transactions grew by one and the disclosed value has increased three times....more »
July 06, 2017 12:28
From July 30th, 2017, a new regulation regarding the acceptance of constructions works (the “New Regulation”) will be applicable. The New Regulation amends and clarifies the existing regulation, which has been in force since 1994 (the “Existing Regulation”)....more »
June 07, 2017 09:49
Among the issues financiers must deal with one must also count the impact of the insolvency procedure over ongoing lease agreements. Many lessees, who find it hard to maintain a valid cash flow, look for the protection granted to them by the Insolvency Law no. 85/2014 and subsequently attempt to restructure their activity and schedule the payment of their debts. ...more »
May 29, 2017 10:53
by Georgiana Singurel and Alexandru Lascu, Reff & Associates, member of Deloitte Legal  The legal framework governing public private partnerships and concessions of works and services was significantly reshaped in 2016. In this respect, in May 2016 the new legislative package on public procurement and concession of works and services was enacted, replacing the previous regulations, including former PPP Law no. 178/2010. Also, in December 2016 the new PPP Law was adopted....more »
May 03, 2017 17:07
According to the most recent survey compiled by Euler Hermes, Romania is among the first ten countries in Europe in respect of the companies which entered into insolvency proceedings in 2015. The first positions are occupied by France with over 63.000 registered insolvency cases, Hungary with over 35.000, Germany with around 23.000, Great Britain, Italy, Turkey and Russia. Of all the 23 countries under scrutiny, Greece is on the last place with only 362 insolvency cases declared in 2015. ...more »
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