Mircea & Asociatii appoints new senior partner

Newsroom 21/01/2014 | 12:29

Valentin Mircea returns in the legal business as senior partner of law firm Mircea & Asociatii, after working for five years at the Competition Council.

His experience in law business law spans over 15 years. Aside from competition law, he is specialized into telecom and media law, along with energy, retail and pharma practices.

“We will work with a reduced number of clients, so that we can dedicate all our time and energy to find solutions that not only protect the client’s business but also make it more efficient and stronger on the market,” said Mircea in a statement. He added the firm’s specialists will provide innovative solutions and that the clients and deals assisted by it will not be made public.

Mircea holds a PhD in competition law and has graduated courses at the Sorbonne University.

The law firm has also appointed Radu Tufescu as senior associate in the competition team.  He has previously worked for six years at law firm NNDKP. Prior to this, he worked for three years at the Competition Council. He pursued postgraduate degrees at King’s College in London on European competition law and economic theories applied in the competition field.

Ovidiu Posirca

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