- 2007 – present: lawyer, STOICA & Asociaţii.
- Faculty of Law, Bucharest University, 2007;
- French-Romanian Law College for European Studies– Faculty of Law, Bucharest University (Romania) / Université Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne (France), 2006;
- Master studies in Business Law, French-Romanian Law College for European Studies– Faculty of Law, Bucharest University (Romania) / Université Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne (France), 2008.
- English, French and Spanish.
- Member of Bucharest Bar since 2008.
Irina Andreea Micu assisted and represented Romanian and foreign clients in civil law litigations, IP dispute resolution cases especially in connection with trademarks, patents, intellectual property and other related rights.
She was active in competition law cases, assisting clients in the investigations carried out by the Competition Council in various industries with regard to alleged beaches of competition law rules (e.g. cartels, abuse of dominant position, economic concentrations etc.) and rendered legal assistance in various projects that generated competition law issues.
Irina Andreea Micu assisted and represented clients before the local and international arbitration courts (ICC Paris).
“Leading law firm STOICA & Asociatii commands the respect of rivals in patent litigation and IP transactions in Romania. Its IP department is led by Dragos Bogdan and veteran litigator Valeriu Stoica. In IP matters both senior practitioners are supported by a team of junior lawyers, including Irina Andreea Micu and Mihai Stanescu.”
Dan-Rareș Răducanu (Senior Partner) and Irina Titorian (Junior Associates) analyze the effects of the provisions of the Government Emergency Ordinance (GEO) no. 23/2020 for the modification and completion of some normative acts with an impact on the public procurement system. Details here.
About how the fight against the insufficiency of green spaces gave rise to another crisis: the one of the owners of lands framed in the area of green spaces, which are unable to exercise their property rights guaranteed by the Constitution and the ECHR, in the article signed by Laura Elena Radu (Senior Partner) and Marius Chelaru (Managing Associate), here.
About how the CJEU appreciated that in the matter of books supplied in electronic format, the copyright on the respective electronic book is not exhausted when it is provided to the public, by downloading, in the material signed by Bogdan Popescu (Partner), here.
Valentina Preda (Partner) analyzes the legal consequences of increasing the spouses’ common heritage after the divorce, in the article published here.