The deadline for companies to comply with the new legal obligations regarding whistleblowing is fast approaching.
IFLR1000 has released the final groups of rankings that represent IFLR1000’s 31st edition. The results of the research conducted into the Romanian legal market confirm once again NNDKP’s position as a leading law firm in Romania.
Authors: Adriana I. Gaspar, Roxana Ionescu, Roxana Abrasu, George Trandafir, Madalina Bucur
By December 17th 2021, Romania must complete the process of transposing into national law the Directive for the protection of persons who report breaches of Union law (the “Whistleblowers’ Directive). Similarly to other countries, Romania intends to expand the protective measures significantly beyond the requirements of the directive.
18.06.2021 – Author: Adriana I. Gaspar
A piece by Senior Partner Adriana Gaspar published in the most recent issue of the Project Finance International | PFI Global Infrastructure Report (July 2019) by Thomson Reuters | Refinitiv
Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen (NNDKP) advised Value4Capital (V4C) on the sale of its entire shareholding of 36.25% in Medlife S.A., Romania’s largest provider of private healthcare services.
NNDKP’s Timisoara office organized on Wednesday, August 24, 2016, the second edition of this year of “Summer Lex Atelier”, a seminar focused on the subject of “The liability of a company’s director and the management body – from norms to practice”.
Last week, on February 11-12, the International Bar Committee in collaboration with the European Regional Forum organized in Paris the fourth edition of the “IBA European Corporate and Private M&A Conference”.
Published in “Euromoney’s Women in Business Law” – 5th edition, in August 2015 Year 1990 marked Romania’s onset on transition towards market economy and it was then that “business” and “profit” ceased to be associated with a fraudulent activity. The country embarked on a difficult road to eliminate trade barriers, facilitate free capital movements and support the dynamics of target domains such as energy, financial services, IT and electronics, automotive and telecommunications and to strengthen the private sector, while simultaneously reducing the direct implication of the state in economy.