Ada Tucă is highly specialised in litigation, being particularly acknowledged for her expertise in administrative and intellectual property disputes and insolvency.
On the administrative disputes side, she often assists clients before public and national regulatory authorities (including during inspections) as well as relevant courts and administrative disputes bodies with respect to tax and customs, public-private partnerships and public procurement.
Tucă also assists with compliance matters with respect to competition, environment, energy and natural resources and pharmaceuticals and healthcare regulatory frameworks.
Her administrative law expertise carries over to her activity in the field of intellectual property litigation, wherein she has successfully represented clients in front of the courts as well as before the relevant authorities with respect to intellectual property rights defence, compliance and enforcement matters.
Tucă has also represented a large number of national and international clients throughout insolvency and bankruptcy proceedings, as regards insolvency commencement, drafting of reorganisation plans, negotiations with or on behalf of secured and unsecured creditors and underlying court proceedings.
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.