Popovici Nitu Stoica & Asociatii
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Corporate M&A lawyer Bogdan C Stoica has been promoted to name partner with Popovici Ni?u & Asocia?ii. The firm will change its name to Popovici Ni?u Stoica & Asocia?ii.
Some practical pointers...
Popovici Nitu & Asociatii is the local contributor for The International Comparative Legal Guide to: International Arbitration 2015 Edition.
Arbitration agreements are easy to conclude, enforcement procedure is effective and there is autonomy in selecting arbitrators.
Among the questions answered here is – how can you maximise your chances of a successful outcome?
Popovici Nitu & Asociatii and the Bucharest Faculty of Law have announced the Annual Conference on International Commercial Arbitration.
After two years of public consultations, as well as various rounds of discussions between member states, new rules on the VAT treatment of vouchers are just about to be born.
This year commenced with contradictory new provisions in the tax field. Popovici Ni?u & Asocia?ii will briefly address only the high and the low of the ride.
Popovici’s Serban Patriciu will be talking at a conference about critical contractual and legal issues on arise in real-estate and construction projects.
Popovici Nitu & Asociatii is acting as special adviser to the number-one-ranked Romanian professional tennis player, Simona Halep.
Popovici Nitu & Asociatii has advised Romanian construction company Hidroconstructia on a new €60m syndicated loan.
Siena Group has been advised by Popovici Ni?u & Asocia?ii on taking entire control of Iasi City Center SA.
It has become a truism that the agricultural area of Romania is highly fragmented and that modern and efficient agriculture requires the association of small farmers and consolidated surfaces.
Andreea Hulub, Alexandra Malea and Vlad Ambrozie of Popovici have contributed a chapter focused on Romania in the seventh edition of The Mergers and Acquisitions Review.