New strategies for former Romanian branch of Linklaters law firm

Publish date: 15-08-2008
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The legacy left behind after eight years in Romania by Linklaters, the giant international law firm is impressive: 143 attorneys, nine partners, and four offices. The latter are to be consolidated into a single regional entity, without a coordinating office. Locally, the firm's targets are clients with regional activities, 30 attorneys, up to three partners, and a focus on mergers and acquisitions, private equity and real estate.

"We have no exclusive association with an international firm, as is the case with other law firms on the market, although we maintain very close relations with Linklaters. We will focus on clients who have needs in the region, but we also want to attract clients through other international firms with whom we have not yet worked. We do not want to apply a typical strategy to a crisis situation, because this does not help us in the long term," according to a declaration for Business Standard by Daniel Torsher, the Canadian who is due to become Managing Partner of the Bucharest office. Torsher will be assisted in the running of the local company by Romanian Marian Dinu, also to be a Partner.

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