- 1999-2006: Judge;
- 2008-present: lawyer, STOICA & Asociaţii.
- Law Faculty, Babeş-Bolyai University from Cluj-Napoca, 1998;
- National Institute for Magistracy, 1999;
- Asser College Europe, TMC Asser Institute, The Hague, Holland, 2002.
- English and French.
- Member of Bucharest Bar since 2008.
As a pleading lawyer, Veronica Dobozi assisted Romanian and foreign clients in criminal investigations, in contraventional law matters, in litigations before the European Convention for Human Rights, family law litigations, in procedures in connection with international cases of children kidnapping.
Andrei Buga – Partner wrote about changes in labor relations in the context of the Covid 19 pandemic. Details, here.
About the guarantees of genetic data processing in criminal investigations, in the absence of the consent of the investigated person – Case Dragan Petrović v. Serbia, # ECHR – in the article signed by Andreea Micu – Partner and Angelica Alecu – Junior Lawyer, here.
“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 how the newly established state of alert does not allow per se the restriction of the exercise of some fundamental rights, in the article signed by Dragoș Bogdan – Senior Partner and Constantin Cosmin Pintilie – Senior Associate, in the article published here.