Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen successfully represented a major Czech generic drug producer in a dispute related to the request of the world ‘s largest research-based pharmaceutical company for a supplementary protection certificate. The Bucharest Court of Appeals admitted the second appeal filed by OSIM and the Czech drug producer, annulled the initial decision of the Bucharest Court, and dismissed the motion to issue a supplementary protection certificate for the sildenafil product.
Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen, through its Brasov office, was the main partner at the eighth edition of the “Excellence in Business” gala organized by the Brasov Chamber of Commerce and Industry. This event, the most significant of its kind in the local business community, celebrated the achievements of companies in the country.
NNDKP announced that it was featured in the GAR 100 rankings, the annual top published by the Global Arbitration Review, which lists law firms with extraordinary expertise in international arbitrations. NNDKP is the only law firm in Romania to have been included in this top for three consecutive years (2011-2013).
Published in “Getting the Deal Through – Private Antitrust Litigation 2013”
The Bucharest Court of Appeals has annulled the Competition Council’s decision to impose a fine on a large pensions fund for breach of competition rules, ending a dispute which started in 2010. It was the first instance where the competition authority found a breach not only of the Competition Law, but also of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union.
Published in “Getting the Deal Through – Private Antitrust Litigation 2012”
Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen announced the promotion to equity partners of Simona Neagu, Sorina Olaru (Cretu), Ioana Niculeasa and Emil Bivolaru. The partnership structure now consists of twelve equity partners and four salaried partners.
Published in “Getting The Deal Through – Private Antitrust Litigation 2011”