Alina Popescu has more than 10 years of practice in top-tier Romanian law firms, being at the forefront of some of the largest projects and transactions to be unfolded in Romania, as well as of some of the most significant commercial and investment arbitrations involving Romanian counsels.
She is highly experienced in commercial and contract law and corporate matters, as well as in mergers and acquisitions (M&A), having advised a broad range of high-profile private clients and multinational corporations in connection with the structuring and implementation of high-value investment projects in various sectors.
Popescu is also experienced in the successful closing and enforcement of intricate commercial and M&A transactions, including competition-related aspects.
She also acts as lead counsel in connection with legal advice provided in day-to-day commercial and corporate matters, being known for her exceptional insight of the clients’ activity and organisation, which she always takes the time to thoroughly apprehend in view of providing the best suited practical solutions.
In addition, Popescu has a vast expertise in international commercial and investment arbitration proceedings as well as enforcement and the setting aside of arbitral awards, being acknowledged for her ability to identify the core legal issues to be addressed and approaches to be tackled in view of building strategies for success.
Popescu’s expertise equally extends to the amicable settlement of disputes as well as the configuration of the client’s pre-litigation conduct meant at achieving a favourable out-of-court settlement and to increase chances for success in court, having obtained in this respect notable and cost-saving results.
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.