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Monica Georgiadis

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DLA Piper LLP (US)

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Employment / Finance & Projects


Monica Georgiadis, Partner, heads the Employment practice in Romania. Her practice focuses on specific types of employment agreements, employer/employee rights, dismissal cases and individual and collective redundancy, collective agreements, negotiations/relationship with trade unions, discrimination claims, complex secondment and leasing of employees agreements, labour disputes, advice on working time rules, bonuses and benefits, and termination related aspects, as well as equity/share profit incentive programs. Monica is also actively involved in project finance and acts for domestic and international borrowers in syndicated and bilateral credit transactions on a secured/unsecured basis. She advised on several of the largest cutting-edge financings in Romania.


May 2013 - to date: DLA Piper Romania, Partner May 2012 - April 2013: DLA Piper Romania, Counsel November 2008 - April 2012: DLA Piper Romania, Senior Associate Prior to joining DLA Piper, Monica worked in a prominent international law firm.


Romanian English Greek


Member of the Bucharest Bar and of the Romanian Union of Lawyers


University: University of Bucharest, Faculty of Law Degree: Master in European Law, 2004 University: University of Bucharest, Faculty of Law Degree: LLB, 2002



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Monica Georgiadis - DLA Piper Dinu SCA

Within: Employment

DLA Piper Dinu SCA's practice head Monica Georgiadis is praised by clients ‘as the most professional partner ever worked with’. Her team is noted for its ‘good communication skills’ and handles the entire spectrum of employment law matters, placing particular emphasis on litigation work, employment projects and corporate transactions. The group assists Discovery Corporate Services and Ferrero Romania with day-to-day employment issues and recently advised UiPath on the employment implications arising from the opening of its second Romanian office. Sectors of expertise include technology, life sciences, infrastructure, transport, media and entertainment, energy and finance. Counsel Andra Trantea is singled out.

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