Commercial litigation, reorganization and insolvency

Our department is made up of lawyers with extensive experience in commercial law, reorganization and insolvency, insolvency mediators and practitioners, being designed to meet the legal needs of a wide range of economic operators, from small to medium businesses to multinational companies.

Țundrea & Associates is ready to meet its clients with solutions to resolve commercial disputes that affect their financial and business interests. Together, we have extensive experience in representing economic entities in a wide range of commercial litigation, such as actions for damages, debt recovery, commercial contracts, litigation arising from internal relations of the company, competition law, intellectual property, mergers and divisions , etc. In all our commercial litigation, our partners work directly with each client, identifying the most advantageous strategy to resolve the dispute through arbitration, mediation, negotiation or lawsuit.

The increasingly complex transactions currently involved in reorganization or bankruptcy require the coordination of resources and knowledge across multiple areas. Our department specialized in reorganization and insolvency has experience and resources to provide high-quality legal services. In addition, the collaboration of Țundrea & Associates law firm with a wide variety of companies and financials structures provides its lawyers and practitioners in insolvency the experience needed to design and implement the most complex financial restructuring.

The reorganization and insolvency team represents companies, banks, creditors' committees, insurance companies and other financial institutions within the insolvency procedure, ad hoc mandate and preventive concordance. Our services include pre-insolvency consulting, reviewing recovery options, developing and implementing the reorganization plan, and managing reorganization, bankruptcy, or voluntary liquidation procedures.


Office Timisoara

Eugeniu de Savoya nr. 6, 300055 Timisoara