Updates on Trade Registry and Companies’ Law

Updates on Trade Registry and Companies’ Law
On July 26th, 2022, Law no. 265/2022 regarding the Trade Registry and for amending and supplementing certain legal enactments impacting the registration in the Trade Registry has been published in the Official Gazette of Romania (“Law 265/2022”). The new legislation will enter into force on November 26th, 2022. In the sections below, we will present […]
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New legislation on representative offices

New legislation on representative offices
On August 4th, 2022, Ordinance no. 18/2022 on the authorization and functioning of representative offices of foreign companies and economic organizations in Romania (“GO 18/2022”) adopted by the Romanian Government has been published in the Official Gazette. GO 18/2022 represents the first change of Romanian legislation on representative offices adopted since 1990, thus bringing much […]
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Implementation of the sale of goods directive in EU member states

Implementation of the sale of goods directive in EU member states
1. Background In follow-up to our recent article1 on the novelties brought by the Directive (EU) 2019/771 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 May 2019 on certain aspects concerning contracts for the sale of goods, amending Regulation (EU) 2017/2394 and Directive 2009/22/EC, and repealing Directive 1999/44/EC (the “Directive”) and its transposition […]
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TMT 2022 – Trends and developments

TMT 2022 – Trends and developments
MPR Partners has contributed to the Romania chapter of Chambers and Partners’ TMT 2022 Guide. The TMT 2022 guide features 25 jurisdictions and provides the latest legal information on cloud computing; blockchain; big data, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI); the internet of things (IoT); data protection; telecommunications rules; audio-visual services; encryption; and TMT-relevant responses […]
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MPR Partners attends a real estate round table

MPR Partners attends a real estate round table
Senior associate Alina Badea alongside other five leading real estate lawyers in Romania sat down for a virtual round table moderated by CEE Legal Matters Managing Editor Radu Cotarcea. The conversation focused on the current state of affairs in the real estate sector, looking at who the main players are, the hottest assets, deal-making trends […]
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Consumer protection updates in the sale of goods field

Consumer protection updates in the sale of goods field
Our consumer protection department released an article, with regards to recent updates concerning the conformity of goods, liability of the seller as well as consumer remedies and information, commercial remedies and fines. The article is available in full here.
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Energy sector updates

Energy sector updates
The Electricity and Natural Gas Law no. 123/2012 (“Energy Law”) was amended recently via the Government Emergency Ordinance no. 143/2021, with the main purpose of transposing the provisions of the Directive (EU) 2019/944 on common rules for the internal market for electricity and amending Directive 2012/27/EU (“Directive 2019/944”) and of ensuring compliance with Regulation (EU) […]
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Romania: Energy sector updates

Romania: Energy sector updates
Recent updates regarding the regulation for issuance of authorizations and licenses in the electricity sector are detailed in this recently released material, published by our energy and natural resources practice group. The article is available in full here.
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Romanian Customs Authority

Romanian Customs Authority
Our tax team have freshly released an article with regards to the Romanian Customs Authority, recently affected by new regulations, applicable starting with December 10, 2021. The reorganization of the National Tax Administration Agency (“ANAF”) for the establishment of the Romanian Customs Authority may lead to a more efficient management of internal resources, and likely […]
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Platform workers, on their way to regulation?

Platform workers, on their way to regulation?
As the trend towards online work does not seem to decrease, offering a predictable and fair framework in order to carry out these activities seems more stringent than ever. Our employment team released an interesting article, with regards to the regulation of “gig-economy”, which defines short-term working arrangements between companies and workers that are paid […]
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