Updates of the Romanian criminal procedure law – procedural safeguard of children

Updates of the Romanian criminal procedure law – procedural safeguard of children
Given the importance of human rights in general and children rights in particular, the European Union has considered that the international treaties do not offer an adequate level of protection of minors during criminal trials, and therefore, a common legal framework is necessary.
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New disputes resolution rules in the energy sector

New disputes resolution rules in the energy sector
The Romanian Energy Regulatory Authority (“ANRE”) issued a new procedure applicable for the settlement by ANRE of the complaints filed by the existing or future final clients of electricity and gas, as well as by the existing and future grid users (both producers and consumers) against the providers of services and activities in the energy […]
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Romania: updates on criminal law

Romania: updates on criminal law
As a part of European Union Romania regularly updates its legislation to reflect the direction provided by the European legal framework. Our dispute resolution team prepared the attached material, containing the most recent updates on criminal law.
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When 5G regulations affect mobile operators – legal remedies under the national law and the European Convention on Human Rights, July 2020

When 5G regulations affect mobile operators – legal remedies under the national law and the European Convention on Human Rights, July 2020
As the recent pandemic showed, the modern world fully relies on the good functioning of the electronic communication sector. Communication plays an important part these days for individuals, businesses, public authorities, and the implementation of 5G technology will create the premises for enhancing the way society uses and benefits from the electronic communication sector. However, […]
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Litigation: Ensuring Passenger Rights in Accordance with Regulation (EU) 261/2004, March 2020

Litigation: Ensuring Passenger Rights in Accordance with Regulation (EU) 261/2004, March 2020
In a world where air travel is becoming more frequent and affordable, Regulation (EC) no. 261/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 February 2004 establishing common rules on compensation and assistance to passengers in the event of deniedboarding and of cancellation or long delay of flights, and repealing Regulation (EEC) no. […]
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Complex Commercial Litigation, Romania Chapter, Lexology – Getting the Deal Through, September 2019

Complex Commercial Litigation, Romania Chapter, Lexology – Getting the Deal Through, September 2019
Commercial litigation is the most common method for resolving high-value, complex disputes in Romania. Other means, such as commercial arbitration and mediation, are also used. Unfortunately, the mediation procedure, although regulated, is not a preferred choice of most business owners because either they distrust the mediator or their counterparty’s willingness to settle. Thus, mediation is […]
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Commercial arbitration in Romania, July 2019

Commercial arbitration in Romania, July 2019
Infrastructure The New York Convention – Are there any noteworthy declarations or reservations? Other treaties – Is your state a party to any other bilateral or multilateral treaties regarding the recognition and enforcement of arbitral awards? National law – Is there an arbitration act or equivalent and, if so, is it based on the UNCITRAL […]
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Litigation in Romania, Lexology Navigator, December 2018

Litigation in Romania, Lexology Navigator, December 2018
Which domestic laws and regulations govern the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in your jurisdiction? The recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in Romania are governed by: Book VII, Title III of the Civil Procedure Code (Law 134/2010), which was published in the Ofcial Gazette (Part I, 545) on 3 August 2012 and entered […]
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Commercial arbitration in Romania, Global Arbitration Review May 2018

Commercial arbitration in Romania, Global Arbitration Review May 2018
Infrastructure The New York Convention – Are there any noteworthy declarations or reservations? Other treaties – Is your state a party to any other bilateral or multilateral treaties regarding the recognition and enforcement of arbitral awards? National law – Is there an arbitration act or equivalent and, if so, is it based on the UNCITRAL […]
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Commercial arbitration in Romania May 2018

Commercial arbitration in Romania May 2018
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