Law firm NNDKP continues regional expansion with Craiova office

Newsroom 22/02/2010 | 10:42

Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen has opened in Craiova its third regional office throughout the country, the Romanian law firm has announced. A local team of lawyers will serve the new office, which joins ones in Timisoara and Brasov. Since the need for the involvement of NNDKP’s Bucharest lawyers will be significantly reduced, the services will be more prompt and related transportation costs eliminated, according to the firm.

NNDKP opened its first regional office five years ago in Timisoara, and the Brasov one in 2007. The Craiova branch will be coordinated by Madalin Niculeasa, partner with the law firm.

NNDKP currently employs 115 lawyers and 75 administrative staff. During the previous years, the firm has expanded through a partnership with Link Resource which is active in consultancy and health-related services, and through the launch of its specialized tax advisory services firm, NNDKP Tax Advisory Services.

Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen posted a turnover of EUR 16 million last year, up on EUR 14.8 million in 2008. The 2009 turnover included the cumulated revenues of the firm, together with those of its specialized tax and intellectual property departments.

Corina Saceanu

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