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August 13, 2022

Dentons Romania recruits Alexandra Rădulescu as Counsel in its Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice

After ramping up its capabilities in banking, capital markets, corporate and real estate, Dentons has turned its attention to expanding its Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice, hiring Alexandra Rădulescu as Counsel.

Alexandra brings with her over 15 years of experience in litigation on competition, tax and pharma, as well as domestic and international arbitration. She has arbitrated before the Romanian Chamber of Commerce Court of Arbitration and the ICC International Court of Arbitration in Paris and Vienna.

Perry Zizzi, Managing Partner of Dentons in Romania, stated, “We’re excited to be welcoming Alexandra to our market-leading Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice. This marks the next phase of our growth in Romania, as we focus on what we see as a key demand of our clients for quality litigators and arbitrators with international credentials.”

Tiberiu Csaki, Partner and Head of the Dispute Resolution practice group at Dentons Romania, stated, “Alexandra is a highly regarded litigation lawyer with relevant national and international expertise working with a wide variety of clients and industries. I am confident that by joining our forces we will be able to provide Dentons clients with the best possible solutions and outcomes.”

Alexandra Rădulescu, Counsel at Dentons Romania, added, “I am very happy to be joining Dentons. I am impressed by its ambitious growth strategy and look forward to further contributing to its mission of delivering exceptional client service across all practices, and in Litigation and Dispute Resolution in particular.”

Alexandra holds a master’s degree in Private Law from the University of Bucharest, Faculty of Law. She is a member of the Bucharest Bar.


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