• 06/09/2019 STOICA & Asociaţii

    Veronica Dobozi (Partner) attempts to answer the question whether the registrations at the National Trade Register Office are a simple procedural formality or a harassment of companies.

    The whole material (in Romanian) can be read here.

  • 05/07/2019 STOICA & Asociaţii

    In the article published on the Hotnews.ro portal, Veronica Dobozi (Partner) demonstrates the limits of the institution of the criminal act’s legal classification.

    The whole material (in Romanian) can be read here.

  • 09/05/2019 STOICA & Asociaţii

    Valeriu STOICA, PhD, Prof. Univ at the Faculty of Law of the University of Bucharest and Founding Partner of STOICA & Asociaţii, was awarded the Doctor Honoris Causa title from the “Ovidius” University of Constanta – Faculty of Law and Administrative Sciences.

    The ceremony of this title was held on May 9, 2019, at the “Ioan Popişteanu” University Library Hall, at the end of the conference “The state of justice in Romania after the accession to the European Union”, a conference organized by the Editorial Group “Universul Juridic” of the Romanian Bar Union – UNBR and the Constanta Bar, “Ovidius” University of Constanta – Faculty of Law and Administrative Sciences, “Themis-Casatia” Association of the former judges of the HCCJ, the Academy of Legal Sciences – the International Law Section, Constanta Court of Appeal and Institute of Legal Research “Acad. Andrei Rădulescu “of the Romanian Academy.

    The speech by Prof. univ. Dr. Valeriu Stoica can be read here.

    LAUDATIO Prof. Univ. Dr. Valeriu STOICA for the title of Doctor Honoris Causa of “OVIDIUS” University of Constanta can be read here.

  • 05/05/2019 STOICA & Asociaţii

    In the article “Don Quixote from Mancha in CJEU jurisprudence: the notion of” evocation “of the protected designation of origin for cheese and other products” published on the Hotnews.ro news portal, Andreea Micu (Partner) and Ramona Badescu (Associate) analyzes the arguments of the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) issues in Case C-614/17, which could affect labels on foodstuffs and beverages containing graphic representations of protected geographical areas of origin (PDO).