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Georgeta Dinu

Georgeta Dinu

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Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen
Romania

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Together with the specialized team that she coordinates, Georgeta assists clients in Romanian and EU competition law projects.

In Competition Council's investigations regarding potential breaches of the Competition Law and of the Treaty for the Functioning of the European Union, she advises on commitments and leniency procedures, provides dawn raid assistance, makes risk assessments and corresponding recommendations, prepares the answers to the competition authority's questions, protecting the companies' rights throughout the investigation, prepares defenses to the investigation teams' statements of objections, and represents the companies, pleading in the hearings before the competition authority. She further assists with the challenge of the Competition Council's decisions before Romanian courts, together with the litigation team, and she represents clients before the EU courts.

She also advises on the competition aspects of the companies' day-to-day business conduct, competition compliance, merger clearance and state aid projects. She also has experience in M&A field, having advised clients in connection with structuring transactions, preparing and negotiating transaction documents.

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Education

Georgeta graduated from the University of Bucharest Law School and holds a Master's Degree in European Competition Law from King's College London (University of London) and a Master's Degree in European and International Business Law from Universite Paris I Pantheon - Sorbonne.
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Articles

CJEU Guidance in Merger Cases: Qualification of a Measure as Gun-Jumping Requires Contribution to a Lasting Change in Control of the Target
Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen, June 2018

How to strike the right balance between (i) the business need to take preparatory steps in view of integrating the target in M&A deals and (ii) the legal requirement to comply with the standstill obligation under merger control rules?...

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