Sorina Olaru, Partner in our Dispute Resolution Practice and a seasoned litigator, will moderate the 7th panel discussion during Bucharest Arbitration Days (BARD 2023) – Investment Arbitration Perspectives: Cost and Time, Digitalization, Expedited Arbitration that will take place on June 9th, starting 14:15 (Romania time).
The CELF Community and NNDKP’s Center of Excellence in Tax Disputes (NNDKP CELF) will hold in June the fourth event part of the series of business gatherings scheduled for 2023, designed to provide a platform for relevant debates on topical tax matters.
On 11-12 May 2023, the Faculty of Law of the University of Bucharest, in collaboration with Universul Juridic Publishing Group, is organizing the 3rd edition of the National Conference on Urban Law and Regional Planning.
The CELF Community held the third event part of the series of business gatherings scheduled for 2023, designed to provide a platform for relevant debates on topical tax matters.
21.04.2023 – CJEU decided that the recharging of the electric vehicle is a supply of goods (electricity)
11.04.2023 – VAT exemption for transport directly connected with exportation
Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen (NNDKP) successfully represented Hammerer Aluminium Industries Santana S.R.L., a producer of semi-finished castings from aluminium recovered from recyclable materials for various uses, in a complex dispute related to transfer pricing aspects before the High Court of Cassation and Justice (ICCJ).
The Bucharest Court of Appeals has recently decided to refer several questions to the Court of Justice of the European Union for a preliminary ruling on the interpretation of the EU law to clarify the lawfulness of the electrical energy production surcharge imposed by Law 259/2021. The request came from a company operating in the renewable energy sector, represented by Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen (NNDKP). Additionally, the Bucharest Court of Appeals referred to the Constitutional Court an objection of unlawfulness relating to the same legal provisions on the surcharge imposed for electrical energy production.
Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen (NNDKP) successfully represented ENEL (E-Distributie Banat) in a complex tax dispute relating to the possibility of the taxpayer deducting the value of tax depreciation for tangible assets (electricity grid connectors) acquired from the company’s clients through transfer, for the calculation of corporate income tax. Initially, tax authorities rejected this possibility based on the way in which the company acquired the connectors (free of charge) and considering the existence of accounting depreciation rules different from the tax depreciation rules that were used.
NNDKP successfully represented Societatea Națională a Apelor Minerale SA in a complex dispute, generated by illegal findings of the Romanian Court of Accounts, which raised complicated issues of European and national law concerning the method of calculating the mining royalty related to the production of mineral water.