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Tuca Zbârcea & Asociatii

4-8 SOSEAUA NICOLAE TITULESCU, AMERICA HOUSE, WEST WING, 8F, SECTOR 1, 011141 BUCHAREST, ROMANIA
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Work +40 21 204 8890
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Fax +40 21 204 8899
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Web:
www.tuca.ro
Bucharest, Cluj Napoca
Tuca Zbârcea & Asociatii, Serban Pâslaru, Bucharest, ROMANIA

Serban Pâslaru

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Tuca Zbârcea & Asociatii

Work Department

PPP and Procurement; Employment; Project Finance.

Position

Serban Paslaru is a Partner at Tuca Zbârcea & Asociatii, specialising mainly in PPP, PFI and concessions, as well as labour/employment law where he heads the firm's practice group. In the course of his legal career, he has achieved a considerable body of expertise in dealing with the various stages of the procedures for awarding public procurement and concession agreements, as well as in the management of the legal risks deriving from the applicable legal framework. In this area he has been involved in major projects, especially in infrastructure and public utilities sectors, acting both on the public and the private side. He also has an impressive experience in the employment area of practice where he has coordinated or been involved in a wide variety of projects including personnel restructuring, transfers of undertaking, negotiation of collective bargaining agreements etc.

Career

Partner, Tuca Zbârcea & Asociatii (from 2008 to present), Managing Associate, Tuca Zbârcea & Asociatii (from 2007 to 2008), Senior Associate, Tuca Zbârcea & Asociatii (from 2005 to 2007), Associate, Muşat & Asociaţii (from 2004 to 2005), Associate, Mihăilă Constantin Law Office (from 2002 to 2004).

Languages

English.

Member

Bucharest Bar Association; European Employment Lawyers` Association (EELA); HR Club Romania.

Education

University of Bucharest (LL.B., 2001).

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