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Acting on behalf of Hidroelectrica, Filip & Co has successfully persuaded the European Court of Justice to, in the firm's words, "confirm the free market status for all energy transactions by stating that imposing OPCOM as the sole transaction platform for producers is an unjustified restriction on the free movement of goods."

In November 2018, the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union have enacted the Directive (EU) 2018/1808 amending Directive 2010/13/EU on the coordination on certain provisions laid down by law, regulation or administration in Member States concerning the provision of audio-visual media services in view of changing market realities (the “Audio-Visual Media Services Directive”).

The screening of foreign direct investments (FDIs) has been a hot topic for some time now across CEE. Several jurisdictions have adopted stricter measures of scrutiny allowing for the vetting of transactions potentially posing security risks.

After approving Emergency Ordinance no. 153/2020 (the “EO”) “establishing incentives for companies to increase their equity” on August 14, 2020, the Romanian Government published it on 4 September 2020.

Popovici Nitu Stoica & Asociatii has advised WDP, a Belgian developer and owner of logistics centers and warehousing, on the acquisition of the Aquila Logistics Centre in Cluj from ​SNS Logistic Investment, the Craiova Logistics Centre in Dolj from Tamo-Ko Development SRL, and the Dunca Logistics Centre in Timis from Dunca Imobiliare. NNDKP advised SNS Logistic investment and Schwartz & Asociatii reportedly advised Tamo-Ko Development on those two deals.

A draft law on measures relating to information and communication infrastructures of national interest and the conditions for the implementation of 5G networks (the “Draft Law”) was launched on August 4, 2020 for public consultation by the Ministry of Transportation, Infrastructure and Communications and slightly revised on September 2, 2020.

Former Schoenherr Attorneys Emeric Domokos, Andreea Neagu, Artur Tintari, and Oana Sarbu have left that firm to open Domokos Partners, a new law firm in Romania.

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