Biris Goran hire new public procurement and concessions head

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Biris Goran hire new public procurement and concessions head

Biris Goran has announced three new hires in Romania, including Paula Dicu, who returns to the firm after completing her LL.M. studies at the University of Vienna to head the Biris Goran Public Procurement Practice.

Dicu, who rejoins Biris Goran as Counsel, has over 11 years of experience, specializing in the field of public procurement and concessions.

With over 11 years of legal practice, Paula has developed enviable expertise in the field of public procurement and concessions.

She is able to advise across the entire lifetime of a project ranging from the assistance for the bid preparation and submission phase with the conclusion and implementation of the public contract. Included in this advice are all legal matters which are directly or indirectly connected with the award and performance of a public projects such as the clarifications submitted to the contracting authorities, the preparation of the claims submitted before the National Claims' Settlement Council, negotiations for signing the contract or the addenda, communications with the contracting authority concerning various implementation matters or negotiations with the associates or subcontractors, as well as possible litigation.

Paula is also qualified to provide advices on State Aid legal matters concerning the financing of public services within EU.

In September 2014 Paula was awarded an LL.M. in European and International Business Law by the University of Vienna, Austria. Her master's thesis focused on the enforcement of State Aid rules within the EU public services sector.

Biris Goran announced the hiring of Counsel Marius Scheaua and Junior Associate Daiana Miu. Scheaua has over 23 years of experience as a litigator, and Miu focuses on general corporate and real estate matters and litigations. Miu previously worked at Biri Goran as a summer student.

The law firm Biri? Goran was established in 2006 by four senior-level attorneys with international experience. Currently approximately 30 lawyers, the Biri? Goran legal team is able to provide a full range of legal services with a particular focus on taxation, real estate, corporate & securities, antitrust/competition, financing and energy.

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