Event information

Date: Thu 16 Mar 2023 Time: 12.30pm-7.00pm Venue: Grand Hotel Bucharest, Bulevardul Nicolae Bălcescu 4, București, 010051

The Legal 500 is pleased to host an exclusive summit for in-house counsel in Romania. In partnership with CMS, Dentons, NNDKP, Mares & Mares, Schoenherr si Asociatii SCA, and Tuca Zbarcea & Asociatii, our networking sponsor IJDELEA, and media partner JURIDICE.ro, corporate counsel from across Romania will convene in Bucharest to consider contemporary issues for Romanian counsel, as well as the broader picture for Romanian business and foreign investment. Expert panelists will cover crisis management, compliance, business and legal leadership, the digital economy, and more. In addition, panel discussions will look at the challenges in-house counsel have and will face in Romania and the opportunities presented by the current market.

As one of the most open market economies in Europe, Romania has spent the last decade implementing major economic reforms that have left the country well-placed to enter into a new period of prosperity. Our panels will draw upon leading Romanian legal experts to highlight critical factors for in-house counsel.


12.30pm–1.30pm Registration and lunch

1.30pm–1.40pm Welcome address

  • David Goulthorpe, managing director, The Legal 500
  • Livia Dumitrescu, member of the New York Bar
  • Adina Calfa, group general counsel, E-INFRA

    1.45pm–2.30pm Navigating the digital economy: Disruptive innovation and the future of legal services

As an increasing number of business look to AI, digitalisation, blockchain, and a range of other new technologies to drive profits, we ask what disruptive innovation means for GCs and their advisers. Are GCs and law firms equipped with the relevant skills to help their businesses move fully into the digital economy and drive transformational change? And should legal teams and law firms look to structure themselves in response to the new business environment?

  • Cornel Popa, partner, Tuca Zbârcea & Asociatii
  • Camelia Nicoara, legal and public affairs director, Michellin
  • Arina Dobrescu, legal director, Tenaris
  • Mihaela Dumitrache, head of legal department, Carrefour Romania

2.35pm–3.20pm What do clients want from their law firms?

This panel will explore the topic of managing legal resources in an ever changing and challenging business environment. Driving efficiency and added value for business will bring into discussion the training and upskilling needs for in-house legal teams, as well as the advantages of a long-standing collaboration with the same external advisors, including in case of crisis management. Our panel of leading GCs share their view on what they want to see from their external advisers, from proposing new ways of staffing matters to working with technology providers and specialising in niche areas of law.

  • Roxana Ionescu, co-head of data protection and head of environment practices, NNDKP
  • Alina Radu, head of banking and finance practice, NNDKP
  • Alexandru Berea, general counsel, Banca Comerciala Romana (BCR)
  • Alina Senchea, legal manager East Balkans, PepsiCo
  • Mihai G. Popa, corporate legal department director, E.ON Romania

3.20pm–3.30pm Coffee Break

3.30pm–4.15pm Fireside-chat: From GC to CEO/Board Member

As a growing number of GCs are granted P&L responsibility within their organisations, we ask what they can do to break through the glass ceiling and ascend to the role of chief executive. We will hear the thoughts of senior business figures and a leading executive on how GCs should position themselves to land the top job

  • Simon Dayes, partner, Dentons
  • Livia Dumitrescu, member of the New York Bar
  • Mark Davis, regional director, Romania & Bulgaria, EBRD

4.20pm – 4.45pm From risk hunter to a tactical adviser: The role of professional advisers in crisis management 

In this session we will explore how GCs and their external advisers can join together to plan an effective response to a corporate crisis. The session will look at practical strategies to manage different stakeholders in a range of crisis situations and deliver war stories that contain lessons for all GCs.

  • Mihai Mares, founding partner, Mares & Mares
  • Alina Arsene, general counsel, Interbrands Orbico
  • Oleg Roibu, general counsel, eMAG Group
  • Bianca Vlad, general counsel, CORA

4.45pm – 4.55pm Coffee break

4.55pm – 5.40pm The changing function of GC: Finding the right balance between legal advisory and leadership roles

Nowadays, shifting legislation, rapid advances in technology, disruptive innovation, increased focus on compliance and enforcement, growing internal need for enhanced efficiency and cost savings, are only a few of the challenges GCs must face. Once focused on exclusively providing legal advice, the modern GC is more than ever a leader and strategic business partner. Therefore, finding the right balance between these roles is key to the success of the legal function.

In this panel, we will discuss practical ways for GCs to identify and integrate the right tools and solutions for managing projects, teams, budgets, and expectations. Topics include information management, project management, litigation financing, legal tech, leveraging team efficiency, among others.

  • Sebastian Guțiu, managing partner, Schoenherr si Asociatii SCA
  • Gabriela Popescu, legal director, Microsoft
  • Florina (Olteanu) Homeghiu, legal director, Photon Energy Group
  • Cristian Buzan, executive vice-president, ENGIE Romania

  • Robert Ionita, legal director, NEPI Rockcastle

5.45pm – 6.10pm ESG, a game changer on GCs’ priorities agenda

This panel will explore the topic of environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors as a measure of corporate performance. GCs will discuss how an effective ESG strategy can help their company thrive in a sustainable way in both the short- and long-term.

  • Horia Draghici, partner, CMS
  • Alina Dumitrascu, head of legal and corporate affairs, Enel Romania
  • Valentina Parvu, regional counsel co-head of CEE practice, Visa
  • Adina Gutiu, associate professor, The Bucharest University of Economic Studies

6.10pm – 6.15pm Closing remarks

6.15pm–7.00pm Drinks and networking


David Goulthorpe, managing director, The Legal 500

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  • 200+ events globally per year – ranging from in-person Summits, workshops, roundtables, dinners to virtual webinars
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  • Global Green Guide – explores the legal sector’s engagement with a green transition, showcasing those firms who are leading the move
  • In-house Lawyer magazine & GC Magazine: specialist publications for in-house counsel
  • Legal Business: the leading monthly publication for global law firms
  • Corporate Conversations / Partner Perspectives: video/podcast interviews with leading in-house counsel & private practice lawyers

Adina Calfa, group general counsel, E-INFRA

Adina is a C-level experienced advisor with 20+y wide-ranging legal background, combining top technical skills with business acumen in supporting and advising various boards on a variety of business, management and strategic planning matters, with critical focus on stakeholder relations.

Internationally recognized, Legal 500 recommended and included in the 2017 and 2019 Legal 500 GC Powerlist, Adina is a high-profile in-house professional and permanent attendant and Board advisor for various national and international companies during time, in multicultural environment.

Adina is a recognized influencer and mediator, proved strategic thinking and excellent in-depth business knowledge, rendering top quality advice on Corporate Governance, compliance, M&A, antitrust, business commercial, employment, litigation and intellectual property matters.

While acting as Group General Counsel for E-INFRA GROUP,  Adina is also a Board Member of Netcity Telecom and recently being nominated Director and CEO of Nova Power Solar 50.

Cornel Popa, partner, Tuca Zbârcea & Asociatii

Cornel Popa is a Partner at Tuca Zbârcea & Asociatii. His area of practice encompasses domestic and international commercial arbitration, as well as joint-ventures, mergers, acquisitions projects. Industries covered by his activity include such areas as large infrastructure projects (road and railway building), energy and natural resources, shipping and fast-moving consumer goods,  During the past few years, Cornel Popa has advised on the legal implications of artificial intelligence and cloud computing, being a frequent speaker and a writer on such topics.

Camelia Nicoara, legal and public affairs director, Michelin Central Europe

Camelia Nicoară is the Legal and Public Affairs Director for Michelin Central Europe, a region containing 30 countries. She is also one of the active members of the board of directors of Michelin Romania.

Camelia has an extensive experience in business law, leading for more than 15 years the company’s legal and public affairs being a proactive partner for sustainable growth by supporting the company’s business objectives in an efficient, innovative and sustainable way. She contributes to business strategy implementation, including integrating new companies and business activities, standardizing, and simplifying legal processes and regulatory compliance matters, and driving a culture of integrity and ethics. In addition, she is representing the company in local and international organizations, promoting a sustainable business environment.

She is an advocate for sustainable growth and is highly motivated to support the company’s business objectives in an efficient, innovative, and sustainable way.

Arina Dobrescu, legal director, Tenaris

Arina Dobrescu is a Legal Director at Tenaris, a leading supplier of tubes and related services for the energy industry and certain other industrial applications. She has 12 years of experience as general counsel and 10 years as a lawyer with several domestic and international law firms. In her capacity as Legal Director at Tenaris, she leads a dynamic team who manages company’s local projects. Her legal background is extremely diverse, covering various areas of law such as corporate and commercial, mergers and acquisitions, real estate. Arina Dobrescu is a graduate of the University of Bucharest and has also earned a LL.M. degree at the Amsterdam Law School, University of Amsterdam.

Mihaela Dumitrache, head of legal department, Carrefour Romania

After more than 20 years in the legal field, acting initially as a lawyer and later on as in-house counsel, Mihaela Dumitrache gained an in-depth understanding and experience in several areas, focusing mainly on real estate, M&A and retail business.

In line with Carrefour’s complex and diversified business presence, Mihalea currently covers an exciting and challenging range of topics, from consumer law to e-commerce, data privacy and competition law. In the past years, she played an essential role in sustaining the constant growth of the company’s omnichannel business by co-ordinating the expansion of the network of stores on all formats, acquiring and integrating two supermarket chains and establishing a strong e-commerce presence.

Mihaela’s ambition is to reach the legal team’s ideal balance, ensuring compliance and preventing legal risks while being a true partner and support for the business teams.

Roxana Ionescu, co-head of data protection and head of environment practices, NNDKP

Having established NNDKP’s environmental and data protection practices and coordinating them over the past 17 years, Roxana Ionescu has consolidated her theoretical and practical background in these areas, which allows her to navigate the complex and sometimes highly uncorrelated legal frameworks in order to find practical solutions to clients’ projects and needs. Roxana is closely connected to EU data protection developments and she regularly assists clients on complex privacy matters related to core-businesses, marketing or employment activities, database sharing and data protection implications of business transfers, projects and mergers, both national and cross-border. In the environmental field, her expertise covers the full spectrum of environmental legal aspects, including regulatory and permitting requirements applicable in specific fields or assessment of environmental-related risks in the context of various projects.

Alina Radu, head of banking and finance practice, NNDKP

Alina Radu heads NNDKP’s Banking and Finance practice and has developed her expertise during more than 25 years of practical experience in a wide range of projects, including complex mergers and acquisitions projects in the banking sector, financing transactions, sales/acquisitions and development of real estate projects, as well as assistance on corporate matters, contracts and a large number of projects requiring thorough knowledge of regulatory matters in the financial services field. She has assisted clients in landmark deals on the Romanian market, advising on multi-jurisdictional or domestic financing and refinancing facilities, providing support on complex financing and security structures, as well as in relation to core aspects of activity of credit and financial institutions. Alina also addresses key financing aspects in various borrower default or insolvency scenarios.

Mihai Mares, founding partner, Mares & Mares

Mihai is the founder and the Managing Partner of Mareș & Mareș. Highly regarded by clients and peers alike as one of the brightest white collar crime attorneys, he specializes exclusively on criminal defense for senior executives, entrepreneurs, major industrial groups, financial institutions and large international and domestic companies, in a wide range of matters involving money laundering, fraud, bribery and other forms of corporate misconduct. Described by The Legal 500 as “an energetic legal brain” and named one of the top White-Collar Crime lawyers in Romania, he is recommended as a Leading Lawyer in disputes. With a Ph.D. in criminal procedure from the Romanian Academy’s Legal Institute, Mihai regularly publishes articles and studies on criminal law and criminal procedure and participates in international and national conferences related to these fields.

Alina Arsene, general counsel, Interbrands Orbico

Alina Arsene is Head of Legal at Interbrands Orbico Romania with over 15 years of experience, mainly in commercial business law, M&A, competition law and corporate governance. Alina has a track record in FMCG, tobacco, professional beauty and pharma distribution businesses thanks to Interbrands’ opportunities in playing among these industries.

Alina’s main achievement, besides being a strategic adviser for the management board of Interbrands, she successfully led the merger of 4 Orbico Group companies in Romania under one umbrella company – Interbrands Orbico and from the operational point of view, she acted as an integrator role.

Alina was also ranked and awarded in 2022 by the Romanian legal community “Lady Lawyer magazine and Juridical Universe” publications as the best legal leader in a private company.

Currently, Alina Arsene plays a strategic role in business development projects as a tactical legal adviser for both local and group development perspectives. At the same time, she continues her leadership role in coordinating the Romanian legal team.

Simon Dayes, partner, Dentons

Simon is a Partner in the Banking and Finance practice in Bucharest. Qualified as an UK solicitor, he has been advising banks, international financial institutions and project sponsors in cross border credit transactions in Central Europe from a Bucharest base for over 15 years.

Simon works on project finance, structured trade finance and financial restructurings, corporate and real estate lending, and syndications. With sector focuses including energy and renewables, concession-based infrastructure and hotels, Simon has worked widely across Central and Western Europe and Africa.

Sebastian Guțiu, managing partner, Schoenherr si Asociatii SCA

Sebastian Guțiu has been the managing partner of Schoenherr si Asociatii SCA since 2008. He is an experienced business lawyer with 24 years of practice in Romania. A recognised lawyer in these areas, Sebastian heads Schoenherr’s group-wide real estate practice in Central and Eastern Europe/ Southeastern Europe and the firm’s dispute resolution practice in Romania. He has been the main driver behind the development of Schoenherr’s dispute resolution and real estate & construction teams in the local market. He coordinates the legal advisory services these teams provide to clients active in various industries, including energy, consumer goods, financial services, manufacturing, real estate and construction, retail, and technology. Sebastian has a strong track record in advising on transactional matters, assisting clients who own and operate large portfolios of real estate assets, and advising on high-value disputes (with a focus on international arbitration). In addition, he has extensive managerial experience, managing complex legal projects and client accounts and the firm’s operations in Bucharest.

Gabriela Popescu, legal director, Microsoft

Gabriela Popescu is Legal Director of Microsoft, having accumulated 25 years of experience in local and international law, with several multinational companies.

Gabriela adopts a business tailored approach in her advice and acts as a support for her business clients. Her role is uniquely structured, as it gives the opportunity to partner very close to business and customers and to break the local paradigms and barriers in the market.

Gabriela is a graduate of the Faculty of Law, Bucharest University and holds an MBA Degree from the Institute for Business and Public Administration at the University of Washington, Seattle, USA. She was recognized as one of the strongest counsels in the local market, being included in the Legal 500 GC Powerlist for Central and Eastern Europe in 2017 and 2019 editions.

Alexandru Berea, general counsel, Banca Comerciala Romana (BCR)

With professional experience spanning more than 20 years, Alexandru has been the general counsel of BCR, one of the top Romanian banks, part of Erste Group (the largest CEE banking group) since 2011. In his current role, in addition to managing legal affairs, Alexandru is also responsible for corporate governance and public affairs. He undertook specific project assignments during this period, such as implementing GDPR or reinforcing the AML/KIC area.

Alina Senchea, legal manager East Balkans, PepsiCo

With 20 years of experience in the legal field, Alina Senchea heads the legal team at PepsiCo Eastern Balkans. During the last years, she was responsible for managing and providing strategic direction for the group’s legal department, overseeing contracts, litigation portfolio, conflict resolution, IP, law enforcement engagement and M&A matters. Previously, she coordinated PepsiCo’s activity in Romania and Moldova, managing risks connected with or resulting from the business strategy and operations and ensuring business operations compliance with relevant regulations.

Mihai G. Popa, corporate legal department director, E.ON Romania

Mihai G. Popa is one of the most prominent professionals in the industry, including in the Legal 500 GC Powerlist. He heads E.ON Romania’s legal counselling and compliance practices, being involved in significant projects at the top management level in various areas such as corporate, competition, corporate governance, and compliance policies, and coordinating strategic projects at the regional level. Throughout his career, he implemented projects related to compliance policies, contributed to the transposition and harmonization at the regional and local level of the rules issued at the companies’ headquarters, coordinated the negotiation of international commercial contracts and the organization of training programs for employees in countries such as Romania, Bulgaria, and Moldova but also globally.

Oleg Roibu, general counsel, eMAG Group

Oleg Roibu is the General Counsel of eMAG Group coordinating the legal, public policy and sustainability efforts of the group in CEE, but also Brussels. Oleg has been actively involved in promoting the e-commerce sector and digital economy from the position of Vice President of the Romanian E-commerce Association (ARMO). He is also a supporter of the development of the Romanian ICT sector as a member of the Board of Directors of the Services Industry Association (ANIS). He is the co-author of the documentary booklet “Digital Romania. Operational Concepts and Tools”.

Florina (Olteanu) Homeghiu, legal director, Photon Energy Group

Florina Mariana Homeghiu manages the legal affairs of Photon Energy Group in Romania. Throughout her career, Florina has collaborated with different law firms (both local and international) and coordinated the legal agendas of complex companies in various sectors, including FMCG, real estate, and the chemical industry.

Florina is an experienced and business-astute legal director (business lawyer). She supports the sustainable development and growth of companies. She contributes to the empowerment of healthy, ethically strong organisations by providing them with thought leadership in legal affairs and sound legal counsel relating (but not limited) to commercial and corporate law, contracts, M&A, energy, competition, regulatory matters, employment, and labour law.

Florina’s past work includes the successful coordination of major corporate projects, legal and due diligence processes organised by international clients concerning proposed acquisitions in Romania, the implementation of document standardisation processes, corporate-level compliance programs, and more.

She is a member of business and legal associations in Romania. She was included in the GC Powerlist Central and Eastern Europe 2019, Legal 500 and won the 6th Lady Lawyer Gala in November 2019 in the Legal Director category.

Bianca Vlad, general counsel, CORA

Bianca Vlad is the general counsel at CORA. The Cora hypermarket chain belongs to the Louis Delhaize international group. There are over 70 Cora hypermarkets in the world: in France, Belgium and Romania. In Romania, Cora currently has 11 stores.

Bianca has solid experience in business, regulatory and legal risk management in retail business and real estate.

Bianca is a Harvard business school alumni with business knowledge, broad global perspectives, and strong relationship management skills. Bianca Vlad has been inspired through example and empowers team members/colleagues to lead/work more effectively, improve their skills, and exceed themselves with the unique blend of skills and abilities deriving from diverse business, legal and industry exposure.

Horia Draghici, partner, CMS

Horia Draghici, partner, is currently coordinating the dispute resolution department of CMS Bucharest. Horia has a great deal of experience in commercial litigation and arbitration for both multinational clients and significant domestic companies in Romania.

His practice deals extensively with commercial litigation and arbitration, insolvency matters, employment disputes, disputes with public authorities, tax litigation and international investments disputes. He also has a solid background of internal compliance investigations, and he is also advising clients on contentious and non-contentious commercial topics in various sectors (energy, TM&C, consumer products).

Cristian Buzan, executive vice-president, ENGIE Romania

Cristian has been leading ENGIE Romania, the RES activities and is the Head of Legal, IT, Digital & Innovation, and Business Development of ENGIE Romania since 2021.

 With an extensive 25+ years of experience in the legal and energy business field, Cristian has been coordinating various teams aiming at ensuring coherence & sustainability across the organization. He focuses a lot on teamwork, leading by example, human values and people management.

 Cristian holds a PhD in international business from the Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest and is a graduate of e Law School-University of Bucharest, Romania. He also has a Master of Arts in Business Administration from the University of Lille, France.

Livia Dumitrescu, member of the New York Bar

Livia Dumitrescu is a New York Bar member who served as a Board member, member of the Nomination Committee and member of the Remuneration Committee for Victoriabank SA (Chisinau), as a Board member of Vantage Towers (a Vodafone company), as a Board member of two trade associations, Concordia and British Romanian Chambers of Commerce and as a Board member of Vodafone Foundation.  In addition, during her professional life in Romania she was a member of the management boards of Vodafone, Renault Romania and Orange Romania Communications and has served as a Compliance & Corporate Affairs Director and Ombuds Director for OMV Petrom.  Livia’s international experience covers six and a half years in IFIs (EBRD, BSTDB and EIB) either as legal counsel or advisor and around 11 years in law firms in London and New York.

Livia holds a LL.M degree from Harvard Law School, a M.A. in European Cooperation and Integration from Hull University, a five-year law degree from the Law School at the University of Bucharest and she attended specialised programs at the Institute of Directors (London), Ashridge (Hult University), Columbia Law School (New York) and T.M.C. Asser Institute (The Hague).  She holds professional qualifications in Governance, Risk and Compliance (International Compliance Association Fellow), fraud investigation (CFE) and is admitted (not active) to the Bucharest Bar.  Livia has a strong interest in governance as a leading factor for business sustainability and in the role of technology in building new businesses which will support a humane future.

Robert Ionita, general counsel, NEPI Rockcastle

Robert Ionita is General Counsel for NEPI Rockcastle Group, a role he has held since 2017. The company is CEE’s largest listed owner, developer and manager of shopping centres owning a €6.6 billion portfolio of high-quality modern retail real estate assets across nine CEE countries.

Ionita manages a team of in-house and external counsels across more than 10 jurisdictions and was responsible for reorganising and strengthening the Group’s legal and compliance activities following the merger of NEPI and Rockcastle in 2017. He is also responsible for Group corporate affairs and communications.

Previously, Robert was a Partner at Deloitte Legal – Reff & Associates, where he led the real estate practice, which under his leadership was acknowledged by all major legal directories as being 1st tier.

A recent career highlight was the completion in a record time of NEPI Rockcastle’s Gdansk Forum acquisition, the largest single asset transaction to take place in CEE in 2022.

Mark Davis, regional director, Romania & Bulgaria, EBRD

Alina Dumitrascu, head of legal and corporate affairs, Enel Romania

Alina Dumitrașcu is the Head of Legal and Corporate Affairs for the Enel Group of companies in Romania and a board member of one of the supply companies.

She is a lawyer with wide and thorough experience who coordinated legal teams both in public and private companies.

Prior to taking over the current role, she held a global position in Enel Group focused on network technology, being involved from Rome in complex international projects. This came as a natural step after managing the legal teams of Enel’s distribution companies in Romania for many years.

Following the ”Do well by doing good” life philosophy, Alina is known as a woman of action, the author of the first book for children that explains the Romanian Constitution, and co-founder of an NGO supporting education towards rule of law.

As gender equality is a topic to which she pays much attention, Alina is also part of various women organizations and networks, such as Professional Women’s  Network Romania (PWN) and European Women on Boards (EWOB).

Valentina Parvu, regional counsel co-head of CEE practice, Visa

Valentina Parvu is the Regional Counsel Co-Head of the CEE Practice for Visa, with almost twenty years of extensive experience, mainly in law firms, advising on a variety of commercial and regulatory matters, and intellectual property /data protection issues.

In her current role, Valentina is involved in significant projects of Visa at CEE level, with a focus on the RCBS sub-cluster (RO, CR, BG and SL). Her role includes providing commercial law support to Visa’s core payments business, but also to its digital business and innovation activities.

Valentina holds a B.A. in Law from the University of Bucharest and a LLM degree in Intellectual Property Law from the Centre of International Industrial Property Studies (Centre d’Etudes Internationales de la Propriété Industrielle), Strasbourg Law Faculty. She is a trademarks attorney qualified before the Romanian Office for Inventions and Trademarks (OSIM) and also holds wo certificates on fintech and managing cybersecurity risks in the information age from HarvardX.

Adina Gutiu, associate professor, The Bucharest University of Economic Studies

Adina Gutiu is a business lawyer with 20 years of experience and an Associate Professor of business law with the Faculty of Law at The Bucharest University of Economic Studies (ASE).

Between 2015 and 2021 Adina was the general counsel of LUKOIL Group companies in Romania, where she was responsible for the legal and compliance affairs related to the retail fuel distribution, refining and production, renewable energy, oil & gas trading, and upstream operations in the Black Sea. During this time, she was listed in the GC Powerlist in 2018 and 2019. Prior to that, Adina worked for several international law firms.

A member of Romanian Business Leaders (RBL) and Professional Women Network Romania (PWN Romania), Adina completed several programs at Harvard Business School, MIT Sloane School of Management, Wharton Executive Education on management, leadership, strategy, corporate governance/board readiness.

Adina is currently undertaking a doctoral research in environmental law and is passionate about business, legal and risk management and sustainability.

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