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Musat & Asociatii Announces Paul Buta as Managing Partner and Makes Three New Partners

Musat & Asociatii Announces Paul Buta as Managing Partner and Makes Three New Partners

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Paul Buta has been appointed to Managing Partner, while Alexandru Terta, Iuliana Iacob, and Andrei Ormenean made Partner at Musat & Asociatii.

Buta specializes in intellectual property law, competition law, and civil and commercial litigation. He has been with Musat & Asociatii since 2012, when he first joined the firm as a Senior Associate. He was promoted to Managing Associate in 2013, to Partner in 2016, and to Deputy Managing Partner in 2018. Prior to joining the firm, he worked as an individual practitioner, from 2005 onwards. 

Specializing in criminal law, Terta has been with the firm since 2017, having first joined as a Managing Associate. He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Bucharest and a master’s degree from the Transilvania University of Brasov.

Iacob focuses on dispute resolution and arbitration and has been with the firm for over ten years. She first joined Musat & Asociatii as an Associate, in 2011, and was later promoted to Senior Associate in 2012, and to a Managing Associate in 2016.

Ormenean specializes in corporate and commercial law. He joined the firm in 2012 as a Senior Associate and was promoted to a Managing Associate in 2017. Prior to that, Ormenean was an Associate at Popovici Nitu Stoica & Asociatii, between 2008 and 2011.

"I am delighted the general meeting of our Equity Partners approved these promotions in the end-of-year meeting of the firm," Musat & Asociatii Senior Partner Gheorghe Musat commented. "These promotions reflect their performance and their contribution to the success of our firm’s projects, as well as the impeccable quality of the legal services they provide to clients, in line with the standards of excellence of Musat & Asociatii. We thank them for their effort and commitment to the firm and wish them success in these new positions."

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