Certain Romanian competition law provisions on hold (for now)

Several provisions of Competition Law no. 21/1996 (the “Competition Law”) are currently suspended and may lose their legal effects beginning of September, following a recent decision issued by the Constitutional Court of Romania (CCR).

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To the point: technology & digitalisation l August 2020

Welcome to the August edition of Schoenherr’s to the point: technology & digitalisation newsletter! We are excited to present a selection of legal developments in the area of technology & digitalisation in the wider CEE region.

Romania: Public procurement and self-cleaning of cartel members

In Romania, companies that commit severe professional misconduct are excluded from participation in public procurement procedures. Yet, these companies have received some good news recently thanks to a common opinion issued by the Romanian National Agency for Public Procurement (“ANAP”) and the national Competition Council (the “Common Opinion”). In this article we analyse the clarifications introduced by the Common Opinion on how self-cleaning can be achieved by blacklisted companies.

Here comes the sun (nenergy)

In Schönherr’s Renewable Expansion Law Infocorner , the essential cornerstones of the EAG package are presented and practical legal issues are dealt with. Also, stay informed about current events and webinars.

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How pro bono is making me a better lawyer

There are many opportunities to get involved with pro bono and several reasons why it is a good idea to do so. Verity discusses the pro bono opportunities she has been involved in and how they have strengthened her ability as a trainee solicitor.

GC roundtable: How to communicate with impact in a virtual world

As most of us are still working from home, we are communicating virtually for long periods every day, with diverse groups of people from different cultures, forums and time zones. We are continuing our usual work tasks and commitments, but now having to deliver meetings and presentations as well as communicate a host of difficult messages.

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energy

Vivo Energy appoints Barclays lawyer as new GC

Vivo Energy has filled its general counsel role with the hire of Barclays Bank’s former company secretary. Adrian de Souza joins the FTSE 250 company as GC from an interim role as company secretary and managing director at Barclays, a position he held between November 2018 to September 2019. Upon joining Vivo, on 27 July […]

Allen & Overy

A&O sets new ethnicity targets for 2025

Allen & Overy has released a series of ethnicity targets for 2025, including goals for its City partnership and employees. The firm wants ethnic minority representation in its London partnership to reach 15 per cent in the next five years, with that figure reaching 25 per cent for its lawyers and support staff. The magic […]

Osborne Clarke growth stalls after seven years of double-digit expansion

Osborne Clarke’s UK average profit per equity partner dropped 12 per cent over 2019/20, as turnover crept up by 5 per cent. The results are markedly different to the last seven results posted since 2012/13, in which the firm has recorded double-digit percentage growth in turnover each year. Over 2018/19, turnover increased by 11 per […]

Antonio Conte

Former Chelsea boss calls on HSF in €33m asset management dispute

Herbert Smith Freehills is acting for Chelsea’s former manager Antonio Conte in a dispute against a UK-based asset management company and its director. While representing Conte and seven other investors during a hearing in July, HSF partner Chris Bushell was successful in convincing the commercial court that it should grant a freezing order against Kidman […]

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