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Hakki Yeten Cad. Selenium Plaza No: 10 C K:16
Fulya Sk., 34365 Fulya 34365
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Turkey > Employment Tier 2
Moral & Partners has a broad employment offering, encompassing M&A and post-transactional employment concerns, representation in litigation, and continuous advice to corporates on Turkish labour laws, contracts, and terminations. The firm has a number of corporate retainer clients it assists with day-to-day employment matters, including major international businesses, and Turkish conglomerate Borusan. The team is led by Efe Kınıkoglu, who specialises in mass employment matters and white-collar proceedings, particularly in the heavy industrials sector, alongside managing associate Özgür Güner, a specialist employment advisor and litigator.
Efe Kınıkoğlu; Özgür Güner
‘Creative, enthusiastic, customer-oriented lawyers with good technical knowledge and excellent communication skills. Their advice is always clear, concise and provided with a quick turnaround. They try to create solutions to reach the most efficient resolution by either litigation or alternative dispute resolution methods.’
‘Ozgur Guner provides us with high quality legal services in labour and social security law. I would highly recommend his employment practice as he is very dedicated to his work and working as if he were the part of the in-house legal and human resources team.
‘They easily handle the adaptation to the culture of our company and give us recommendations accordingly They can offer different alternatives.’
Japan Tobacco International
Eczacibaşi Consumption Goods
Borusan Is Makinalari
Vansan Water Pumps
Volkan Firefighting Vehicles
Moral & Partners is expanding its client base, increasingly advising international corporates and private equity investors on transactions in Turkey. In particular, the firm draws its clients from the automotive, heavy industrials, textiles, and energy sectors. In addition to transactional work, the practice group specialises in corporate governance advice, particularly for family businesses. The team is led by Reşat Moral and Serkan Pamukkale.
Reşat Moral; Serkan Pamukkale
‘Moral & Partners Team gives their clients both the comfort of working with a hands-on boutique and confidence of working with a top-level law office. I must definitely mention that they act in an agile way where you could reach to a partner whenever you need while their jr lawyers are also capable enough to solve big problems on the way.’
‘Their leader – namely Resat Moral – is one of a kind lawyer in the Turkish M&A ecosystem with a wide network and in-depth technical information.’
‘All members of the Moral & Partners team are creative, enthusiastic, customer-oriented individuals with good technical knowledge and excellent communication skills. Their advice is always clear, concise and provided with a quick turnaround. ’
‘I would recommend Resat Moral in commercial, corporate and M & A practice as well as in negotiating international contracts. He provides us with high quality legal services in commercial, corporate matters.’
‘Reliability, attendance to details, trustworthiness Focusing on the specific needs of the customers with a vast area of expertise. Making the customer feel well valued and secure with every type of legal issues.
‘Being able to reach our contacts whenever needed is a big plus. Fast and accurate responses are received for every type of issues. We work with attorneys with the top level of expertise in every field and we are able to reach and consult the partners as well.’
‘In our opinion, Moral & Partners team members are always accessible and ready to assist. They are knowledgeable, diligent and hard-working. They have commercial understanding as well as legal know-how. They respond timely with great professionalism. ’
‘All attorneys were very responsive and smooth as a person to deal with. Especially Resat Moral was easy to communicate with; we were able to raise all questions we have in our minds due to his positive attitude towards the clients. Melis Menk’
‘ Resat Moral is a great leader. He has very thorough technical knowledge of all corporate law, M&A, local legal aspects of these areas and he is very sharp in negotiations. He easily establishes very good relationships with clients as well as his counterparts and enables a very smooth deal to take place. I enjoyed working with him on a personal level as well.’
Eczacibaşi Tuketi̇m Ürünleri̇
Japan Tobacco International
Vansan Water Technologies
Barçin Sports Wear
Proteksan (Turquoise Yacht)
Ortopro Medical Devices
Moral & Partners combines transactional expertise with capabilities in construction and development work, advising a number of Turkish and international real estate developers and commercial property holders. The team handles portfolio acquisitions and disposals, long-term development and share agreements, as well as commercial leasing mandates. The group is led by Serkan Pamukkale, who specialises in cross-border transactions, particularly immigration-related purchases, with Vefa Reşat Moral also a key team member.
Other key lawyers:
Vefa Reşat Moral
‘Moral’s response time is excellent. Communication among the team is perfect, all the team is well aware of our issues and can advise in a very short time frame.’
‘Resat Moral has huge knowledge about Turkish market and regulations. He is very close to market realities & the ongoing business issues so his advice is top notch. He develops & leads his team effectively. Resat works around the clock and you feel confident working with him.’
‘The team is very capable in real estate M&A transactions, real estate acquisitions for citizenship purposes and real estate project developments. Their client service is exceptional.’
‘Resat Moral focuses on providing smart solutions on deals and real estate litigation. He effectively uses the technical real estate knowledge with the assistance of his team and implements his understanding of the market on real estate deals.’
Columbia (via Gözalan Retail)
Turkey > Dispute resolution Tier 4Moral & Partners supports domestic and international clients across a range of industries such as retail, industrials, and healthcare, advising on potential disputes and conducting risk management assessments to avoid litigation. The firm enjoys long-term relationships with many of its corporate clients, and regularly assists those clients in litigation and arbitration, alongside its disputes avoidance work. The team is led by Efe Kinikoğlu and Sezai Moral.
Efe Kınıkoğlu; Sezai Moral
‘They are young but qualified in the dispute resolution with a high number of well educated lawyers. ’
‘The team is very accessible and business oriented. They have legal solutions with high business acumen.’
‘ Efe Kinikoglu is very strong in the area of intellectual property and dispute resolution. I would highly recommend him as he provides very high quality legal services in the area of dispute resolution.
‘The team is very responsive and they really look out for the best interest of client’
‘They explain things very well and try to accommodate as much as possible.’
‘Their seriousness, the speed at which they turn to problems and to our lawsuits and cases, their handling of the issue in a way that includes the views of a few attorneys in their office.’
‘This practice is made unique by the skills, organisation and availability of the professionals who show, in respect of each matter, a strong commitment to the clients by paying the utmost attention to details.’
Japan Tobacco International
Eczacibaşi Consumption Goods
Borusan Is Makinalari
Arcengeli & Giovani
Bahlaq Trading Est
Moral & Partners > Firm Profile
Being one of the esteemed and independent full-service law firms of Turkey, Moral & Partners enjoys providing legal services to its international and national clients with its dynamic and experienced team. Moral & Partners has two main offices in Istanbul and Izmir.
History: Moral & Partners was founded in 1968 by Hudai Moral, and in 1980 Sezai Moral joined the firm to diversify the legal practice areas offered. Vefa Resat Moral, having had a career with Turkey’s top-tier law firms, joined the firm in 2006, bringing a new generation touch to the firm. Partners Aslı Pamukkale and Serkan Pamukkale joined Moral & Partners as partners having more than 20 years of taste in Turkish leading firms in 2013, and a transition phase to a new era had started for Moral & Partners. In 2015 Efe Kınıkoğlu joined the firm with an esteemed background in Turkey’s largest law firms and leading companies.
Industry expertise: Moral & Partners has a broad range of national and international clients in various sectors, including but not limited to:
- Aerospace and defense
- Construction and real estate
- Financial institutions
- Food and entertainment
- Energy and natural resources
- Heavy industry
- Pharmaceuticals and health
- National and international companies, including companies operating in free zones and industrial zones
- International law firms
- Financial institutions
- Institutional investors
Areas of practice: Banking and finance, compliance, corporate, capital markets, customs law, cyber security law, data protection, energy law, informatics law, intellectual property law, international contracts and commercial transactions, labour and social security law, litigation and dispute resolution, mergers and acquisitions, private clients, real estate and construction law.
M&A: Moral is listed among the top ten Turkish law firms in merger market’s legal advisory league tables. The firm’s M&A practice covers mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, divestitures, spin-offs, private equity investments, venture capital investments, strategic alliances, compliance and corporate governance and post-M&A disputes. The firm has expertise in acting for both the seller side and buyer side on M&A transactions in industries such as information technology, telecoms, real estate and construction, automotive, automotive sub-industry, sports and entertainment, retail, tourism, food, energy, medical and media.
Corporate law: Moral & Partners’ corporate law team advises international and national clients. The team possesses a strong legal view harmonized by a business-oriented approach, bringing practical and tailor-made solutions to general corporate issues. GCs of Moral & Partners’ corporate retainer clients enjoy the firm’s valuable knowledge of the Turkish legal market, the highest quality of responsiveness, industry-specific experience ,and international reporting standards.
Litigation and alternative dispute resolution: Moral and Partners’ litigation and dispute resolution team is one of the well- regarded teams in Turkey providing services to highly reputable conglomerates and companies. Moral & Partners’ team is proud of its protective legal assistance in managing potential disputes via its risk management and mitigation system. GCs of conglomerates and well -regarded national and international companies are delighted with Moral & Partners’ tailor- made services and live reporting system and happy to see decreasing numbers in their litigation files. The team provides expert knowledge and experience in corporate and post-M&A related, institutional investor- related; commercial, consumer protection, intellectual property, real estate, employment ,and tax related disputes.
Compliance: Moral & Partners’ compliance team provides business -oriented alerts and advice with great foresight regarding regulatory developments to prevent the hampering effect of legal regulations on commercial operations.
The main services provided by the firm’s compliance department are; industry- specific legal compliance, compliance to e-commerce and data protection laws and regulations, and management of corporate governance procedures.
The compliance department is specifically assertive in sector -specific regulations such as technology, pharmaceuticals and health, agriculture, automotive, tobacco, energy and natural resources, free zones.
Labour and social security: Moral & Partners’ labour and social security law team takes pleasure in providing preventive advice to its employment clients. The team’s hands on approach and alerting system on potential disputes regarding employment cases are highly appreciated by GCs. Moral & Partners’ services in labour and social security law cover: preventive day to day labor law advice, white-collar crimes, disputes related to compensation and contractual rights; social security; disputes relating to employment periods; work contracts and documents; reviewing HR policy of companies; and work and residence permits.
IT: Moral & Partners’ IT department provides services including but not limited to data protection, international data transfers, cybersecurity, IT due diligence check-in M&As, e-commerce, regulatory and customized compliance. Legal expertise and specialization in the IT industry are blended in Moral & Partners’ IT team with experience boosted through completed projects.
Real estate and construction: The real estate and construction law team provides expert legal advice to national and international investors. Moral & Partners enjoys advising multi-function construction projects and shopping mall projects all over Turkey and is pleased to work with the leading commercial real estate developers. The team is also experienced in real estate disputes.
Energy: Moral & Partners’ energy law practice covers the following areas: corporate matters; regulatory and compliance; renewable energy investments, mergers and acquisitions; infrastructure projects; project finance, project developments; and dispute resolutions. The firm enjoys providing services to leading Turkish and international energy companies and conglomerates.
|Corporate and Commercial||Reşat Moralfirstname.lastname@example.org||+90 212 232 35 95|
|Litigation and Dispute Resolution||Efe Kınıkoğluemail@example.com||+90 212 232 35 95|
|Banking and Finance||Serkan Pamukkalefirstname.lastname@example.org||+90 212 232 35 95|
|Compliance||Aslı Pamukkaleemail@example.com||+90 232 441 03 17|
|Compliance||Reşat Moralfirstname.lastname@example.org||+90 212 232 35 95|
|IT Law and Data Protection||Efe Kınıkoğluemail@example.com||+90 212 232 35 95|
|Energy Law||Reşat Moralfirstname.lastname@example.org||+90212 232 35 95|
|Labour and Social Security Law||Özgür Güneremail@example.com||+90 232 441 03 17|
|Immigration Law||Serkan Pamukkalefirstname.lastname@example.org||+90 212 232 35 95|
|Göktürk Şahin||Senior Associate||View Profile|
|Kaan Özdamar||Associate||View Profile|
|Berkay Ünel||Associate||View Profile|
|Korhan Bakır||Senior Associate||View Profile|
|Burak Batı||Associate||View Profile|
|Mert Bayrak||Associate||View Profile|
|Bilge Binay Kanat||Senior Associate||View Profile|
|Duygu Bozkurt Kadirhan||Senior Associate||View Profile|
|Bahar Esentürk||Associate||View Profile|
|Eylül Bengisu Gümüş||Associate||View Profile|
|Özgür Güner||Partner||View Profile|
|Aybike Gürcan||Associate||View Profile|
|Serra Haviyo||Senior Associate||View Profile|
|Efe Kınıkoglu||Partner.||View Profile|
|Karaca Kacar||Senior Associate||View Profile|
|Dilara Kaymaz||Associate||View Profile|
|Aslı Kinsiz||Senior Associate||View Profile|
|Mr Vefa Resat Moral||Managing Partner.||View Profile|
|Mehmet Hüdai Moral||Founder Partner.||View Profile|
|Mr Kadir Sezai Moral||Founder Partner.||View Profile|
|Asu Motur||Associate||View Profile|
|Mr Serkan Pamukkale||Partner.||View Profile|
|Aslı Pamukkale||Partner||View Profile|
|Uğursan Yiğit Parmaksız||Managing Associate||View Profile|
|İlayda Sak||Associate||View Profile|
|Hande Solak||Associate||View Profile|
|Selin Su||Associate.||View Profile|
|Ebrar Turan||Associate||View Profile|
|Ece Ulusan||Associate||View Profile|
|Ayşegül Yalıman||Associate||View Profile|
|Yelda Yalçın||Associate||View Profile|
Staff FiguresNumber of Partners : : 6 Number of Fee Earners: : 44
LanguagesEnglish Turkish German
MembershipsIBA (International Bar Association) World Link for Law Legal Netlink Alliance
COMPANY/FIRM: Client Choice Awards
TESTIMONIAL: Resat makes the clients feel that they are in safe hands; he provides appropriate advice
COMPANY/FIRM: Chambers and Partners
TESTIMONIAL: Resat is on top of all critical issues and has a very constructive, problem-solving style that helps us close deals in a timely manner.
COMPANY/FIRM: Client Choice Awards
TESTIMONIAL: Efe is a good solution provider; he has a consistent record for delivering results
Moral & Partners is an independent law firm which keeps pace with the global evolution. The firm enjoys advising its international clients on cross border work in various areas of law via its wide range of international legal network accumulated over the years combined with a wealth of expertise.
The firm satisfies clients expectations by offering transparent, flexible and client friendly pricing mechanism being accessible during global working hours.
Moral & Partners has a broad scope of international client portfolio operating in various industries such as automotive, agriculture, aerospace and defence, energy, health and pharmaceuticals, heavy industry real estate, retail, technology, textiles, trading platforms, tobacco, tourism.
Moral & Partners’ client profile includes;
· International law firms advising their clients in compliance issues,
· Multinational companies carrying business operations in Turkey,
· Companies located in Turkey and wishing to enlarge their businesses overseas,
· Corporate finance institutions.
Moral & Partners provides a partner-oriented approach with an energetic team carrying multidisciplinary backgrounds. Moral & Partners’ team is accessible 24/7 and highly talented in international reporting on cross border work.
Cross border M&A, regulatory compliance and compliance Q&A’s, general corporate work, employment issues, international litigation and dispute resolution, energy related work, cyber security attacks and IT law are some of the international work footprints of Moral & Partners.
Moral & Partners International Network
Moral & Partners possesses an esteemed global network with a proven work experience. Moral & Partners is an active member of International Bar Association, Legal Netlink Alliance and World Link For Law.
Corporate Social Responsibility and Diversity
Corporate Social Responsibility
Moral & Partners is proud of giving back to community while working hard to contribute a sustainable environment, business society and profession.
Supporting Entrepreneurs: Moral & Partners supports entrepreneurs via legal and business trainings by making collaborations with well-respected investment platforms, universities, NGOs and incubation centers.
Supporting Women Entrepreneurs: Moral & Partners proudly supports Arya Women, leading women entrepreneurship platforms, while providing probono trainings on the way of increasing female involvement to business world.
Supporting Art Awareness in Turkey: Moral & Partners supports Contemporary Istanbul since 2017, the leading international art fair, as the exclusive legal service sponsor.
Sustainable Family Businesses: Moral & Partners believe sustainable family business will be the heart of Turkish business environment, as 95% of the companies are family businesses, therefore Moral & Partners provides pro bono trainings on awareness of sustainability via corporate governance to family owned companies.
Environment: Moral & Partners collaborates with Aegean Forest Foundation by planting Moral & Partners 50th Year Grove to provide a healthy and sustainable environment for our next generations.
Law Students Professional Development Program: Moral & Partners gives back to legal community providing practical workshops and ateliers lectured by Partners and Seniors on niche areas of law (i.e. Arbitration, M&A, Banking Finance, Contract Management) namely “the Role of Lawyer” designed for law school students in all over Turkey in cooperation with reputable universities in order to contribute professional developments of law students.
Caring Street Animals: Moral & Partners loves animals and believe that it is the responsibility of every single human to help and protect them. The firm supports Patili Bahce, an organization founded by animal lovers that provides the feeding, sheltering and protection of the street animals.
Moral & Partners, as a law firm raised with 70% female members, has launched an internal Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards in 2016. Diversity is one of the most important issues under ethical standards.
The firm ‘s policies focus to embrace diversity and equality in both human resources and supply chains. Moral & Partners tries to enlarge its team with attorneys and administrative staff from various cultures, pays attention to diversity while promoting partners and associates and selecting suppliers.
Presidential Decree on Extending the Suspension Period to Prevent the Loss of Legal Rights
Presidential Decree on Extending the Suspension Period to Prevent the Loss of Legal Rights no. 2480 (the “Decree”) has been published on the Official Gazette no. 31114 and dated 30 April 2020. The Decree has been entered into force as of its publication date.
In the scope of the Decree; the suspension period introduced with the provisional Article no. 1 of the Law Amending Certain Laws no. 7226 to prevent loss of legal rights due to the occurrence of Covid-19 pandemic in our country has been extended from May 1, 2020 (including this date) until 15 June 2020 (including this date).
a) Time limits in terms of the origination, exercise and termination of any rights, period of limitations and peremptory terms including but not limited to filing legal actions, commencing enforcement proceedings, appeals, complaints, objections caveats, notices, submissions, and; time limits regulated under the Code of Administrative Procedure no. 2577, the Criminal Procedure Law no. 5271 and the Code of Civil Procedure no. 6100; and time limits in mediation and reconciliation proceedings, have been suspended from March 13, 2020 to June 15, 2020,
b) Time limits regulated under the Enforcement and Bankruptcy Law no. 2004 and other laws regarding enforcement proceedings, as well as the ones determined by judges or enforcement and bankruptcy offices within this scope; and all pending enforcement and bankruptcy proceedings; new enforcement and bankruptcy proceedings; and interim attachment proceedings, except the proceedings commenced for child support payments,
have been suspended from March 22, 2020 to June 15, 2020.
The time limits regarding mandatory administrative remedies regulated under the Public Procurement Law No. 4734 are excluded from the scope of the Decree.
However; the suspension period could be re-evaluated in case that the risk regarding spread of the pandemic is eliminated in a sooner phase.
The Decree does not have a readily available English version. However, you may access the Turkish version of the Decree from here.
Aslı Kınsız, Associate
Burak Batı, Trainee Lawyer
The Procedures and Principles Regarding the Implementation of Wage Support to be Performed Within the Scope of the Law on Unemployment Insurance N0. 4447
The Procedures and Principles Regarding the Implementation of Wage Support to be Performed within the Scope of the Law on Unemployment Insurance no. 4447 (the “Law No. 4447”) Provisional Article 24 (the “Procedures and Principles”) have been announced on the date of 22 April 2020, by the Social Security Institution (“SSI”) on its website.
The Procedures and Principles clarify the application principles, the conditions for being entitled and the payment provisions of wage support.
I. Application Principles
a. In Terms of the Employees Sent on Unpaid Leave and Who Cannot Benefit from the Short-Term Working Allowance
- Monthly notifications regarding the employees sent on unpaid leave are carried out by the employers, through the link of “www.uyg.sgk.gov.tr/IsverenSistemi” until the third day of the following month in which the unpaid leave practice is applied.
- Employers should put a check mark on “28-Pandemi Unpaid Leave”in terms of the reason for missing days within the relevant month in Monthly Premium and Service Document / Brief and Premium Service Declarations.
- Employers employing insured household employees for more than 10 days in a month should notify this change to the Provincial Directorates/Centers of SSI until the end of the month in which unpaid leave practice is applied.
- In terms of the employees who cannot benefit from the short-term working allowance, the reason of “18-Short-Term Working Allowance” declared within the Monthly Premium, Service Document/Brief and Premium Service Declarations should be updated as “28-Pandemi Unpaid Leave” within the specified period and the employers should apply for short-term working allowance within the scope of the mentioned conditions.
- Employers who made notification via another code mistakenly should apply to the relevant provincial directorate/center of SSI in order for changing the code regarding the missing day.
- Throughout the period of implementation of wage support; employer shall notify the following information through application screen of the SSI; (i) the number of days which the employee sent on unpaid leave in relevant month,
(ii) the ID number of the employee,
(iii) international bank account number (“IBAN”) of the employee and (iv) mobile phone number of the employee.
b. Employees Whose Employment Agreements Are Terminated After 15 March 2020
Within the Scope of Article 51 of the Law No. 4447 and Who Cannot Benefit from Unemployment Benefits In Despite of Application
- The wage support payments are to be carried out by Turkish Employment Agency (“İŞKUR”) by itself (ex-officio) without the need of application.
- Wage support payments of the unemployed who have not applied for unemployment benefit are to be carried out by İŞKUR upon the application made by the unemployed for the unemployment benefit through the website of https://esube.iskur.gov.tr/ or https://www.turkiye.gov.tr/ (e-state).
II. Conditions for Being Entitled
a. In Terms of the Employees Sent on Unpaid Leave and Who Cannot Benefit from the Short-Term Working Allowance
In terms of the employees who cannot benefit from the short-term working allowance due to not fulfilling the necessary social security premium requirements in despite of acceptance of the short-term working application can benefit from the wage support for the period of unpaid leave provided that the below conditions are met and grounds regarding missing days are updated by the employers as unpaid leave applied as per the Provisional Article 10 of TLC.
- To be sent on unpaid leave as per the Provisional Article 10 of Turkish Labor Code no.4857 (“TLC”)
- Not to benefit from the short-term working allowance
- Not to receive a pension fund from any social security organization
- To be notified to the SSI in terms of the document type no. 01, 04, 05, 06, 12, 14, 20, 29, 32, 35, 39, 52, 53, 54 and 55.
- To provide the necessary notifications to be carried out by the employer.
Employees whose unemployment benefits are re-started until the expiration of the period unemployment benefit that such employee has been entitled before shall be entitled to the wage support in cash starting from the date on which the unemployment benefit has ended, provided not to exceed the 3 months’ period in which termination is prohibited.
III. Period of Payment and Payment Amount
The period of wage support includes the unpaid leave periods applied on the dates between 17 April 2020 and 17 July 2020. In the event that the period of termination prohibition is extended by The President, the period of wage support shall also be extended for the same period.
The payment to be made for each person who is entitled to wage support corresponds to the amount obtained by multiplying the number of days for which such employee is entitled to payment with the amount calculated after deducting stamp tax from the daily amount determined as TRY 39.24 per day.
In case of being employed in more than one workplace, the number of social security premium payment days notified by the employers from such workplaces shall be added up. Wage support shall be paid on behalf of these employees for the days remaining less than 30 days. If a social security premium notification is made in the relevant month for a total of 30 days or more, these employees shall not be entitled to wage support.
IV. Statutory Limitations and Sanctions
The SSI shall convey the notifications made by the employers within the scope of wage support to İŞKUR until the fifth day of each month following the application for unpaid leave which is notified on monthly basis. İŞKUR shall commence to pay wage support based on the abovementioned data on the eighth day of each month.
In case the determined dates encounter with the days of weekend, national holiday and general holiday, the transactions shall be carried out on the first following business day.
Within the scope of the payment methods, apart from the money order or EFT to the IBAN, payment via postal checking account and payment on PTT (Post Office) Branches, the method of “paying at the door” is also available.
You may access the Turkish version of the Procedures and Principles from here.
Aslı Pamukkale, Partner
Özgür Güner, Managing Associate
Hande Solak, Associate
Burak Batı, Trainee Lawyer
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