Teleworking is an individual labour agreement providing that the employee performs the duties specific to his/her position, activity or job, in a place other than the workplace organized by the employer, at least one day per month, using information and communication technology, while work from home is an individual labour agreement for work from home explictly providing that the work duties are to be performed from the employee's domicile.
Assisting an international hotel chain in acquisition of hotel units in Bucharest. Our services consisted in preparing the legal due diligence investigation on the target company, including a legal review of the ownership title, and other related property documents and assistance during the private bidding process.
Assisting the Romanian subsidiary of an European leading manufacturer of insulators during the entire process of company integration into the mother company, including with respect to intra-group contracts aiming to cover the transactional chain and to shares transfer operations and further registration with the competent bodies.
Legal assistance to a Romanian commercial bank, a stock exchange operator and its affiliates in implementing the GDPR requirements into their organizations. Our services included: overall review of the data processing; drafting working procedures, internal policies, employees’ consent on data processing; revision of contractual relationship with all business partners and services providers and drafting relevant data processing agreements; conducting data processing impact assessment.
Assisting an US company specialized in clinical trial intelligence with respect to implementation of a share option scheme within the group companies, with focus on Romanian branch, our services including the analysis of tax and data processing issues, as well as the implications of the scheme from the perspective of the non-discrimination legislation.
Assisting a multinational company in outsourcing industry in connection with various labour law and employment issues, including transfer of undertakings, legal regime applicable to expatriates working in Romania, disciplinary investigations and HR trainings.
Iulian Patrascanu, Senior Partner within Fine Law | Patrascanu and Associates, held a lecture about Business Ethics to the students of the Master in Business Services program, organized Academy of Economic Studies, in collaboration with ABSL (The Association of Business Service Leaders in Romania). This was part of his long term commitment to create and promote a compliance culture in Romania.
More and more companies are complaining about employees that are suspected to use drugs during the working hours or coming to the workplace under the influence of drugs. Considering the immorality and negative effects of this habit, the employers want to eliminate and/or to diminish such risks.