Professor Lucian Mihai joins RTPR Allen & Overy

Newsroom 24/09/2012 | 12:58

Business consultancy law firm RTPR Allen & Overy has appointed Lucian Mihai, PhD and university professor, as counsel. He is a former president of the commission for drafting the new Civil Code and the Law for its Enactment, former president of the Romanian Constitutional Court and member of the Venice Commission.

Mihai will join this September the team of RTPR in association with Allen & Overy, where he will contribute to the development of the intellectual property and litigation area, including arbitration, the law firm has announced.

He holds a diversified experience of over 35 years in the legal filed. Mihai has represented foreign clients doing business in Romania and he has also worked with The World Bank and The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) on various projects, ranging from restructuring the petroleum and power sectors, to the liquidation of several unprofitable Romanian state-owned companies.

He also holds over 30 years of experience as professor at the University of Bucharest, Faculty of Law, where he holds classes on civil law and intellectual property law.

Simona Bazavan

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