Bogaru, Braun Noviello & Associates

Full-Service Law Firm in Bucharest, Romania

Bogaru, Braun Noviello & Associates

6 Maior Gheorghe Sontu Street, 1st District
Bucharest 011448

Phone+40 (21) 326-6053
Fax +40 (21) 326-6060

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Law Firm Overview

Bogaru, Braun Noviello & Associates provides a full spectrum of trusted legal services to entrepreneurs and businesses investing, working, and living in Romania. The firm's team of local and international lawyers possess a wide net of overlapping specialties, each geared toward foreseeing and avoiding the pitfalls inherent in each client's desires, as well as discovering and enhancing the opportunities therein, habits that have ably served a clientele ranging from individual investors to major international corporations.

Bogaru, Braun Noviello & Associates prides itself on a commitment to personalized client service, one bolstered by each lawyer's persistent eye towards new occasions for growth and profit. The firm's membership in legal networks across central and Eastern Europe and its work and experience in the UK has placed it at a particular advantage in meeting client needs across several countries and jurisdictions, an advantage for which much of its larger clientele is particularly thankful. The office in Bucharest has hosted clients in need throughout Romania and around the world, serving each with the quality advice and linguistic accessibility for which the firm has quickly become known in its five year history, a testament to the care and respect shown daily to every client.

Romanian markets provide plentiful opportunity and security for investment and business, so long as dedicated lawyers are leading the way. Bogaru, Braun Noviello & Associates has given the whole of its sizeable resources to the service of men and women working and investing in Romania, earning for itself a deserved reputation in the country and within the international business community.

Year this Office was Established: 2007

Languages: Romanian, English, French, Italian, German

Areas of Law

Additional Areas of Law: Renewables; Shipping Law.

Areas of Law Description

We provide a comprehensive range of legal services to clients in a wide range of industry sectors through our dedicated practice areas.

- Commercial

We advise domestic and multi-national businesses and public sector organizations across a diverse range from, for example, international investment banks and major energy companies to national employee benefit companies and major food suppliers, to start-ups and young companies. We support our clients throughout the lifecycle of their commercial transactions, from strategic planning and negotiation to implementation, contract management and exit.

- Corporate and M&A

We advise a diverse range of international and domestic companies on all aspects of commercial and corporate law (e.g., corporate governance, corporate control, director and officer liability, shareholder relations, group internal reorganizations, restructurings, executive compensation and corporate compliance).

- Employment

We provide comprehensive advice in all areas of employment related issues. Through a keen awareness of the impact that this ever-changing area of law can have on business planning and forecasting for corporate clients, our employment department aims to tailor its advice to the particular needs of any such organization. A clear understanding of the consequences of loss of employment or adverse treatment of employees in the work place also enables the department to provide practical advice to our clients.

- Litigation and Arbitration

We offer a full range of dispute resolution services for all businesses and industries and cover all aspects of litigation, arbitration and mediation. We always strive for excellence in advising and representing clients in complex national and international commercial disputes before state courts and arbitral tribunals.

- Banking and Finance

Our excellent banking and finance reputation is based on our commercial awareness and understanding of what our clients require and our ability to always deliver a value added service under tight timetables. We advise clients on complex transactions and have the ability to develop sophisticated financing structures and solutions to meet our clients' needs.

- Insurance

We have experience advising insurers, financial institutions, brokers and businesses on transactions in the insurance sector and insurance regulatory matters across the EU.

- Taxation

BWSP Hammond Bogaru provides legal support in dealing with taxation issues in relation to all types of commercial activities. We provide tax advice and compliance services across all tax heads and are focused on delivering practical, tax efficient solutions for our clients.


Christian Bogaru Mr. Christian Bogaru
Antitrust and Trade Regulation, Aviation Law, Banking and Finance, Bankruptcy, Business and Industry



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After several attempts including an appeal to the Constitutional Court of Romania the legislators have now adopted a new law regarding insolvency and bankruptcy. The new law is Law no. 85/2014 and was issued in June 2014 coming into force on 28th June 2014.

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Despite the current political turmoil the new Romanian Government has already passed legislation aimed at improving the investment climate. In the Official Gazette no. 563 of August 9, 2012 was published Government Resolution no. 797/2012 (“Resolution”) setting up a State aid scheme to support investments promoting regional development using new technologies and which created new jobs.

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 Redundancy of Personnel - Romania

In the course of running a business and in a financial crisis, employers sometimes have to consider making some of their employees redundant. This is not a situation which is pleasant, but it is necessary and the employer has to ensure that the legal formalities are complied with. This article is intended to provide an outline of, and to draw the reader’s attention to the provisions of Romanian law and possible consequences.

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 Employment Law in Romania

For foreign employers sometimes it is important to consider when is an employee at work and when is he not. Whilst this may seem a strange question recent decisions and practice in Romania have raised the enquiry as to what is the correct answer. The question is important also for foreign employers who send their employees to work on projects to Romania. This note is intended to draw the reader’s attention to the provisions of Romanian law, recent decisions and possible consequences.

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