COVID-19 Guidance for companies


Bucarest, 06.04.2020

The GRUIA DUFAUT law firm launched COVID-19 Guidance for companies, a news flow of legal articles aimed at helping companies understand the multiple changes in the Romanian legal framework in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The flow of legal opinions, updated periodically according to legislative changes, is free to access in the COVID-19 section work and social protection, contract law, tax law and administrative law.

“This virus, which impacts on both individuals and companies, obliges us to quickly rethink our priorities and actions, legislation included. In the present context, I believe that, as companies’ lawyers, we have an even greater duty to involve and help companies become aware of the main changes in legal framework, which directly concern them, as well as to understand how they can act in their relationship with their partners and the State, in order to secure their businesses and protect their resources, including human resources. This flow signed by our lawyers is not meant as legal advice, which can only be done on a case-by-case basis, but it is comprehensive enough to help business leaders and entrepreneurs make their decision to act one way or another”, said Dana GRUIA DUFAUT, Lawyer at GRUIA DUFAUT.

We can also find our Covid-19 Guidance for companies

The GRUIA DUFAUT law firm is an independent law firm providing legal advice and representation to companies and investors in Romania. Founded by Dana GRUIA DUFAUT, lawyer at the Paris and Bucharest bar, the firm has acquired recognized experience in company and contractual law, public procurement and competition, real estate law, labor and social law, tax, European law, consumer law and data protection. The firm also intervenes in pre-litigation and contentious matters as well as in commercial arbitration. Since 2019, the team of lawyers specializing in data protection has held the CIPP / E (Certified Information Privacy Professional / Europe) certification, awarded by the International Association of Data Privacy Professionals (IAPP).

With offices in Bucharest and Paris, the law office has been present on the business law market since 1991, being one of the first firms with a double legal culture – French and Romanian – in the country.