Iuliana BIDALACHE is a lawyer and insolvency practitioner who over the almost 15 years has assisted and represented numerous companies during all stages of reorganization and insolvency, including judicial and voluntary reorganization, pre-insolvency procedures, bankruptcy and liquidation, asset recovery and / or negotiations with debtors and creditors, but also the valuation of the legal feasibility of the reorganization plans, the analysis of the transfers and contracts concluded before the opening of the insolvency proceedings, as well as of the claims related to the termination of the fraudulent acts and the commitment of the liability for the debtor’s insolvency state.
Iuliana manages complex litigation cases in the insolvency field, including debt recovery, foreclosure procedures, commercial and civil litigation and disputes, assignments entrusted by clients in a wide range of sectors, such as energy, pharmaceutical industry, FMCG or the financial field. She is recognized by the prestigious Legal 500 EMEA legal director as next generation partner in restructuring and insolvency, in the last 5 consecutive years.
Anca SIMERIA has over 10 years of experience, being involved, over the years, in numerous M&A mandates, assisting clients in a wide range of corporate, commercial and employment law matters, being part of teams managing complex financial transactions, mergers and division procedures, transfers of business and assets, followed by restructuring and reorganization of companies from employment perspective, in areas such as insurance, real estate, energy and natural resources, medical and pharmaceutical services, IT&C.
In addition, her legal assistance included advising large multinational companies, private equity funds, key local and international players operating on various markets in Romania, during the legal procedures related to regulation and authorizations, the restructuring of the property portfolio, as well as real estate guarantees, being involved in all stages of transactions, from due diligence to post-closure operations.