- 1994-present: lawyer, STOICA & Asociaţii.
- Faculty of Law, Bucharest University, 1994;
- Master studies in Business Law, Faculty of Law, Bucharest University, 1995
- Training, International Institute for Human Rights, Strasbourg, France, 1995.
- Member of Bucharest Bar since 1994.
Cătălina Dicu has a strong experience as a pleading lawyer, assisting and representing Romanian and foreign clients in intricate civil law cases, before the courts and the internal and international arbitral courts.
Her expertise covers the assistance and representation of the banking institutions in real estate litigations and in cases in connection with enforcement of credit titles, usage of payment instruments and of companies in dispute resolution cases with regard to their set up, functioning and winding up (registration, merger, reorganisation, liquidation, dissolution, and shareholder’s exclusion). She is active in labour law and intellectual law litigations (trademarks, know-how, intellectual property and other related rights) and in litigations pertaining to privileged and confidential information. Moreover, she assisted and represented clients in privatisation cases, in real estate litigations and other property related cases, in fiscal and family law litigations or in litigations in connection with public property and the legal regime of the assets of the public property.
Cătălina Dicu was active in the negotiation and drafting of banking contracts, in the performance of due diligence in projects regarding the privatization of state-owned companies and assisted financial-banking institutions in retail credit activities.
The new context generated by the Covid 19 pandemic has also influenced the exercise of personal ties between parents and their minor children when they do not live together. Details, in the article written by Catalina Dicu – Senior Partner, here.
About the legitimate suspicion as a reason for relocation and the reserve obligation of the judges in the hypothesis of complex litigious situations, in the article signed by Valeriu Stoica – Founding Partner and Cătălina Dicu – Senior Partner. Details here.
What happens if, prior to the legal suspension determined by Covid-19 state of emergency, a plan for judicial reorganization of the company subject to insolvency was approved and confirmed? To this question related to the fate of the company, but also to others, answered Cătălina Dicu – Senior Partner and Carmen Mureșan – Senior Associate. Details here.
In the article published on the Hotnews.ro portal, Cătălina Dicu (Senior Partner) and Valentina Preda (Partner) analyze the provisions of the recent decision of the Constitutional Court – Decision no. 18/2019, published in the Official Gazette of August 20, 2019 – which brings back to the foreground an extremely controversial topic: the legal ways of executing the court decisions regarding minors.
The whole material (in Romanian) can be read here.