- 1997-present: lawyer, STOICA & Asociaţii.
- Faculty of Law, Bucharest University, 1997.
- Member of Bucharest Bar since 1997.
Dan Rareş Răducanu is a very good litigation lawyer, representing Romanian and foreign clients in administrative, fiscal and competition law litigations. He rendered assistance and representation in local arbitration cases, in actions regarding contractual liability or in property restitution claims, in actions regarding public property regime or public acquisitions, in claims and legal actions in the telecommunications and audiovisual sector or in corporate conflicts.
Dan Rareş Răducanu participated in privatization projects, in mergers&acquisitions projects, in real estate sale-purchase operations or in corporate liquidation or dissolution procedures.
He published numerous articles in legal magazines and on legal websites and actively participated at conferences and legal debates.
“The force majeure clause is not a mandatory clause. The need to have such clauses in contracts was not felt either, because, even if they existed, they generally did not have much effect because often the cases of force majeure in the true meaning of the word, with implications for large masses of people, is few.” stated among others Raducanu Dan-Rares- Senior Partner, in the video interview given to Hotnews.ro.
About the need to regulate the legal procedure before the requisition measures, in the context of the current state of emergency, generated by the Covid – 19 crisis, in the article signed by Dan-Rareș Răducanu – Senior Partner and Irina Titorian – Junior Lawyer. Details here.
In the context of the Covid-19 pandemic, Dan-Rareș Răducanu – Senior Partner and Roxana Daskălu – Senior Associate answer the question who and how can now invoke the presumption of force majeure, established by GEO no. 29/2020 on some economic and fiscal-budgetary measures. Details here.
New article by lawyers Răducanu Dan-Rareș (Senior Partner) and Constantin Cosmin Pintilie (Senior Associate) on freedom of expression and its limits in times of pandemic and emergency, can be read here.