Mircea Jinga has been an attorney of choice for major clients for more than 13 years, having founded Jinga & Asociaţii (now Jinga Maravela & Asociații) since 2005, following previous senior positions with top-tier Romanian law firms.
He is also a founding member of PONTES, the legal network of reputed law firms for the Central and Easten Europe (CEE) region, with offices in Bucharest, Bratislava, Budapest, Prague, Sofia and Vienna.
Clients have acknowledged Jinga as a proven result-oriented analyst, always thinking outside the box in order to identify the ideal solutions for the interests concerned. His legal expertise includes a wide range of team-leading practice in projects with a high degree of complexity, particularly regarding tax and customs matters, energy projects, real-estate developments and mergers and acquisitions.
Jinga co-heads Jinga Maravela’s taxation practice, having advised world-leading companies in connection with numerous fiscal law matters, including fiscal planning and optimisation, as well as successfully settled litigations concerning VAT recovery, annulment of tax decisions and customs matters.
He is also highly experienced in energy projects, having acted as a lead counsel in the development, operation, acquisition and sale of a large number of high-value and innovative investments in the field, some of which were firsts for CEE.
Jinga’s substantial expertise equally covers real-estate developments, where he has advised significant clients on all stages of major greenfield and brownfield real-estate projects, as well as on the related mergers and acquisitions deals.
In addition, he is a certified insolvency practitioner, his expertise in the field translating into valuable input as regards the whole range of matters involving distressed undertakings.
This material was sourced from the Jinga Maravela website.
Briefings from Jinga Maravela
This newsletter sets out in chronological order the main tax news/amendments published in the period of 1–31 January 2014.
Jinga Maravela looks at four recent legal rulings, including the updating of the national minimum gross wage and the postponed entry into force of the Civil Procedure Code.