The central theme of the 11th edition of ZF Power Summit was “The decade that will change energy in Romania begins now: What are the directions that can relaunch a strategic sector?”
This article was prepared for and first appeared in Which Lawyer in Romania 2021
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.
Legal Magazin honored during the Lady Lawyer Awards 2016 gala lawyers “who are successful and respected in this profession, in order to recognize outstanding careers as well as to show that women are a real force in the legal profession.” The third edition of the gala took place on December 7, 2016 at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania (Chandelier Ballroom).
NNDKP assisted Mazarin Energy Romania SRL, a fully owned Romanian subsidiary of Mazarine Energy B.V in the acquisition of over 19 onshore oil fields and three workover rigs and associated crews from OMV Petrom SA, the largest oil and gas producer in SEE.
Ziarul Financiar organized on September 29, 2016 the 7th edition of the Law Gala, an event that recognized the merits of the law firms involved in the biggest transactions that took place last years in various fields.
The International Bar Association – European Regional Forum and Legal Development Foundation – organized the IXth edition of the Balkan Legal Forum at the end of June in Vienna.
ZIARUL FINANCIAR organized last week the annual ZF Conference – Top Transactions for the year 2016. The organizers aimed for this year to reunite the players of the biggest transactions in the Romanian sector, consultants, investment funds active on the Romanian market, as well as contractors who performed exits.
Published in SEE Legal’s Southeast Europe Energy Handbook 2015
Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen (NNDKP) assisted Lafarge in connection with the sale of its assets in Romania as part of a selection process won by the Irish company Cement Roadstone Holdings (CRH). As a consequence of the merger between Lafarge and Holcim, one of the largest worldwide deals on the construction market, the Irish giant will take over the shares of Lafarge and Holcim in several jurisdictions, such as France, Germany, Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, UK, Canada, US, Philippines and Brazil.