Dr. Veronica Voinescu is specialized in social law, with extensive experience in advising Romanian and foreign clients on labour issues, performing due diligence and drafting terms and agreements. She also proves a deep specialization and excellent results in labour litigation and dispute resolution, focusing on a practical approach of the presented problems and advanced research in legal issues.
Her expertise covers a wide spectrum of employment issues, including:
- Advice regarding legal conditions, procedure and requirements to be observed in case
of hiring/dismissing personnel;
- Assistance on all aspects of restructuring and the redundancy processes;
- Assistance in case of collective lay-offs, including drafting the necessary documentations;
- Corporate employment advice on issues such as redundancy plans, working hour arrangements, executive employment agreements or benefits packages.
- Advice on transfer of undertakings (protection of employment) and assistance during the entire transfer process as well as advice on employment aspects of mergers and acquisitions;
- Advice on recruiting, retaining and managing the personnel;
- Acting on matters regarding discrimination and equal opportunity, HR policies and data protection;
- Assistance regarding industrial relations - drafting and bargaining collective agreements, strike management, supervising the relationships with trade unions or employee representatives;
- Advice on occupational health and safety and social security.
She is a leading expert in employment law, recognized by CHAMBERS EUROPE – “Europe’s Leading Lawyers for Business” directory, in 2012, 2013 and 2014 editions. Finally, it should be noted that Ms. Voinescu is nominated in the 8th edition of The Encyclopaedia of Romanian Personalities - WHO IS WHO IN ROMANIA.
Ms. Veronica Voinescu has a PhD in labour law title obtained "Magna cum laude" at the Academy of Economic Studies in Bucharest. She participated as a lecturer at conferences, seminars and
scientific sessions. She also contributed to the formation of the doctrine of labour law by publishing books of great scientific value, as well as articles in professional magazines.
As a member of the Bucharest Bar Association, Ms. Veronica Voinescu is entitled to plead in front of all levels of jurisdiction in Romania, including the Romanian High Court of Cassation &
Justice and the Constitutional Court of Romania. Aside from her native Romanian, she is fluent in English and has a working knowledge in German.