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New restrictions and measures aiming to prevent the spread of Covid-19

Over the past few days, new restrictions and measures aiming to prevent the spread of Covid-19 with impact on the activity of both employers and employees have been adopted, as provided in the following enactments: MEASURES PROVIDED BY E.O. no. 192/2020 On 6 November 2020, the Emergency Ordinance 192/2020 amending and supplementing the Law no.

Amendments to the Law on the acquisition of agricultural lands

Law no. 175/2020 published with the Official Gazette no. 741 / 14 August 2020 (the “Law”) amending law no. 17/2014 on the sale and purchase of extra muros agricultural lands (the “Law no. 17/2014”) entered into force on the 13th of October. Click here to read the full Brief

Important amendments to Companies Law

The Law No. 223/2020 for the simplification and de-bureaucratization of the transfer of shares in limited liability companies and of the payment of the share capital, has been published in the Official Gazette of Romania No. 1018/2 November 2020 and enters into force on 4 November 2020 (“Law No. 223/2020”). Click here to read the

Law no. 102/2020 for ammending and supplementing the companies Law no. 31/1990

On 2 July 2020, Law No. 102/2020 for amending and supplementing the Companies Law No. 31/1990 (“Companies Law”) was published in the Official Gazette No. 583/2020 (“Law No. 102/2020”). The Law No. 102/2020 will enter into force on 5 July 2020. The Law No. 102/2020 amends several provisions of the Companies Law, as follows: repeals

GDPR – Impact of COVID – 19

Following the impact of coronavirus (“COVID-19”) across the world which continues to be a source of concern for all businesses, the implementation of emergency measures (Presidential Decree no. 195 dated 16.03.2020, Military Ordinance no. 1 dated 17.03.2020, Military Ordinance no. 2 dated 21.03.2020, Military Ordinance no. 3 dated 24.03.2020, etc.) to ensure the safety and

Emergency situation certificates | COVID-19 | Romania

In the context of the state of emergency instated on the territory of Romanian by the Presidential Decree no. 165/2020 (hereinafter referred to as the “Decree”),1 on 25 March 2020, the Ministry of Economy, Energy and Business Environment passed Order no. 791/2020 on the issuing of emergency situation certificates to companies whose activity is affected

New measures related to the technical unemployment

In the context of the state of emergency declared by the Decree1 of the President of Romania due to the pandemic caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and given the necessity of taking urgent measures to support both the employers and the employees, on March 18th, 2020, the Romanian Government adopted the Emergency Ordinance no. 30