• 12/04/2019 STOICA & Asociaţii

    In the article “Î.C.C.J. clarifies the issue of the priority of claims from local taxes” published on the Hotnews.ro news portal, Mihai Stănescu (Managing Associate) and Cornelia Deaconescu (Associate) analyzes how in solving an appeal in the interest of the law filed by the Court of Appeal of Cluj, the High Court of Cassation and Justice has determined that the amounts of local taxes (taxes on buildings, land) owed for goods used in insolvency proceedings, raised by a preferential case in favor of a creditor, due after the debtor’s bankruptcy date, does not benefit from the order of priority of payment.
    The whole material (in Romanian) can be read here.

  • 01/04/2019 STOICA & Asociaţii

    In the article “The Ministry of Public Finance is conferred important competences in tax matters”, published on the Hotnews.ro news portal, Mihai Stănescu (Managing Associate) and Valentina Geanina Barbu (Associate), show, inter alia, how the competence to resolve the appeals filed against administrative acts tax issued by the central fiscal authority may pass from the National Agency for Fiscal Administration to the Ministry of Public Finance.
    The whole material (in Romanian) can be read here.

  • 28/03/2019 STOICA & Asociaţii

    Andreea Micu (Partner) and Yolanda Beşleagă (Junior Lawyer) analyze the risk that the publication on the Internet of communications would interfere with the right of respecting the private life in the article “Citizen’s Journalism: recording and distributing on the Internet of video materials allowing the identification of others” published on the Hotnews.ro news portal.
    The whole material (in Romanian) can be read here.

  • 20/03/2019 STOICA & Asociaţii

    On March 1, 2019, the Ministry of Regional Development and Public Administration published a draft Emergency Ordinance, aimed at establishing measures in the field of road transport and amending Law no. 38/2003 regarding the taxi transport and the transport performed in renting regime.
    In the article, George Lucaciu (Senior Associate) alerts about the potential legal effects of a law that will greatly restrict people willing to provide transport services through UBER / Taxify (Bolt) applications.
    The whole material can be read here.