Jinga, Maravela & Asociatii is a Romanian law firm providing the full range of legal and tax services pertaining to the business and public administration sectors.
The firm has represented international and domestic clients in a wide array of complex projects, deals and disputes, having a sound track record and a considerable portfolio of clients, including large companies, high-profile private investors and public authorities.
At present, the firm’s legal arm consists of 20 carefully selected attorneys working in two offices in Bucharest and Bra?ov, who advise clients in all areas of practice entailed by business activity and public administration, including: aviation, transportation and shipping; banking and finance; capital markets; commercial and contract law; competition; corporate law; employment; energy and natural resources; environment; insolvency (restructuring and bankruptcy); intellectual property; IT and telecommunications; litigation, arbitration and ADR; mergers and acquisitions/privatisation; pharmaceuticals and healthcare, public-private partnerships and public procurement; real estate and construction; and regulatory and compliance.
In addition, Jinga Maravela's tax advisory division provides tax advisory and compliance services on a standalone basis and as an integrated part of the services rendered by the law firm. The team co-ordinated by Alexandru Boboc (a former tax manager with PwC Romania and the UK offices of Deloitte) and Mircea Jinga (a tax lawyer holding 13 years of expertise in the field) has gathered significant experience in advising on the full spectrum of tax matters.
As at the beginning of 2013, the firm has substantially grown further to the accession of a reputed and highly experienced legal team consisting of former partners and senior associates with one of Romania’s top-tier law firms, which has been at the forefront of some of the largest projects unfolded in Romania throughout the past 10 years.
Jinga, Maravela & Asociatii’s lawyers are recommended by prestigious legal ranking publications and are constantly contributing to international and national publications (International Bar Association newsletters, Current Law Review edited by Sweet & Maxwell, the Doing Business guide edited by the World Bank and IFC, etc).
Jinga, Maravela & Asociatii is also part of Pontes, the CEE Lawyers, a dynamic Central and Eastern European network of reputed law firms, and has developed close co-operation relationships with sound law firms in western Europe, the US and Asia, being able to quickly co-ordinate cross-border legal advice for matters requiring input under several jurisdictions.
Further information regarding the firm can be accessed here.
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.