PLC Which Lawyer?, a leading international guide to the legal markets across Europe, the Middle East, Asia-Pacific and the Americas, upgrades bpv GRIGORESCU to a top 6 position in a market- wide ranking of law firms in Romania by their level of expertise. According to the latest re-searches conducted by the publication, the company received several credentials of “highly recommended” (Tax Law) and “recommended” (Competition, Real Estate, Corporate/ M&A, Labour and Employee Benefits, Restructuring and Insolvency) alongside some of the most reputable names on the Romanian legal market. Previously bpv GRIGORESCU was ranked among the top 11 firms in the country.
The same publication ranks several partners of bpv GRIGORESCU as leading practitioners in various areas of practice. Catalin Grigorescu was upgraded to “highly recommended” for his expertise in Competition and Antitrust Law, as it was the first time when this level of recommendation was introduced with respect to Romanian practitioners. Anca Grigorescu features as “recommended” for her expertise in both Tax Law and Labour and Employee Benefits, while Alexandru Rusu is recognised for his work in Restructuring and Insolvency Law.
“We have founded this firm on the strong belief that if we are to become a name to be reckoned with, we have to deliver nothing less than excellent services to our clients. This updated ranking is a new confirmation that we are true to this belief in our daily practice and that we are constantly improving”, says Catalin Grigorescu, the Managing Partner of bpv GRIGORESCU. “The ranking also shows that when it comes to professional expertise, the size of the firm is not the decisive argument.”
PLC Which Lawyer? provides independently researched market information on leading lawyers active in the core commercial practice areas. The extensive researches conducted by the editorial team in order to establish the law firms rankings follow a thorough methodology capable of ensuring accuracy and reliability of the information. The process implies getting input from clients’ in-house legal departments as well as recommendations from private practitioners thus ensuring that the rankings take into consideration the quality of legal work, as perceived by the clients, and the industry and peers’ appreciation.