Av. Tudor Contaș assisted and represented natural and legal persons, Romanian and foreign, before the courts, arbitral tribunals, mediators or other forums and institutions, in numerous disputes. For example, it provided legal assistance and representation:
state entities in international legal proceedings whose object concerns disputes between shareholders, non-performance of contractual obligations and expropriation;
natural and legal persons, Romanian or foreign, in proceedings that had as object the recovery of claims / damages derived from contractual, extra-contractual relations (licit or illicit deeds) and administrative;
natural or legal persons in administrative proceedings whose object was the annulment of administrative acts, the obligation of entities to issue them and the suspension of the effects of administrative acts;
in administrative and judicial proceedings aimed at obtaining remedial measures for buildings abusively taken over by the state, under the communist regime or expropriated;
employees and employers , before the courts, the National Council for Combating Discrimination and other forums in proceedings aimed at dismissal, changing employment, discrimination or ethics in academia;
natural and legal persons in proceedings relating to property or related rights , such as annulment of title deeds, usufruct, division, easements, in proceedings relating to the rights of the parties to leases and in succession proceedings;
legal persons in insolvency proceedings , for the purpose of preserving or realizing the rights of the claim.
A country of practice:
litigation and arbitration;
corporate and commercial law;
insolvency and enforcement;
real estate law;
business criminal law;
Bachelor of Laws, University of Bucharest, Faculty of Law (2012);
Master in International and Community Law, “Nicolae Titulescu” University of Bucharest, Faculty of Law (2013);
Courses organized by the National Institute for the Training and Advancement of Lawyers (2015);
Master in International Arbitration, University of Bucharest, Faculty of Law (2017);
Course on ICC Arbitration Rules and Mediation, Jagiellonian University, Faculty of Law and Administration (2017);
Researcher at the Universidad Panamericana and the Swiss International Law School on Global Sales and Contract Law - GSCL (2021);
Lawyer within the Litigation and Arbitration Department of a prestigious Romanian law firm (2013 - 2019);
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