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DLA Piper

DLA Piper's office in Bucharest, Romania, supports clients with a strong team of 50 internationally trained Romanian consultants able to handle your most complex legal and tax matters. We are committed to offer both local knowledge and a wide range of legal services in order to meet and anticipate our clients’ needs.

The members of DLA Piper's Romanian team have been involved in headline transactions in the Romanian and the CEE market, benefiting of a significant exposure to a wide range of legal and commercial matters. The large number and variety of deals have given them an excellent and comprehensive experience to solve the complexities of their clients’ needs.

Our lawyers in Romania provide to clients technical excellence in the law, a capacity for innovative thought and a positive approach. Together, these qualities give the firm an edge in negotiation, help achieve its clients’ objectives and ensure the effective handling of the transactions.

DLA Piper Romania can offer full-service legal assistance in all key areas of legal expertise, our firm being widely recognized in the local market as one of the prominent law firms. Given the wide range of specialist expertise, we are ideally positioned to put forward a highly experienced cross-practice senior team, assisting you throughout all the legal aspects which could be relevant for your activity.

The services of our Bucharest office include:

  • Corporate Law / M&A
  • Governance and Compliance      
  • Competition/Antitrust Law
  • Intellectual property, media and technology
  • Capital Markets
  • International Trade law
  • Commercial Law
  • Litigation & Arbitration
  • Employment
  • Pharmaceuticals Law
  • Energy Law
  • Public Procurement
  • Environmental Law
  • Real estate
  • European Law
  • Restructuring and Insolvency
  • Finance & Projects
  • Tax

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