Vasile Ungureanu and Andrei Ungureanu, twin brothers, founded SCA Ungureanu & Ungureanu in 2004 after finishing their two years innitial practice at Volonciu & Asociatii. For 11 years they have been accumulating inside experience of an airline business in various areas of practice as commercial contracts relating fleet management, operations, airport infrastructure, aircraft insurance, e-commerce, corporate governance, competition, employment etc. Also, they represented and assisted in court pro-bono people whose basic human rights were infringed mainly by the State Authorities. Presently, the law firm offers legal support in areas of business law, including Aviation, Corporate, Employment, Litigation & Commercial Arbitrations, Competition, Real Estate, Basic Human Rights.
With regard to aviation, we take pride to helping over the years our client, Carpatair S.A. to purchase 3 (three) Fokker 100 that are currently in its fleet, 1 Boeing 737-300, which is leased in dry to Belavia, 1 Saab 2000 and two Saab 340 B and sell all three Saabs Aircraft. We, also successfully leased in up to 12 Saab 2000 and three Fokker 70. We advised our client in various wet leases, code-sharing agreements, and other commercial agreements.
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With regard to corporate, our aim is delivering advice to you which is practical and commercially beneficial to you.
Regarding our labour law practice, it ranges from drafting and negotiating individual and collective labour agreements, management contracts, to outsourcing, employment litigation and lay off, restructuring practices and drafting miscellaneous labor regulations.
In connection with competition sector, we have had experience in drafting complaints at Competition Council and European Commission regarding alleged illegal state aid (art. 108(3) TFEU) and abuse of dominant position (art. 101 of TFEU) by Airports.
Concerning Basic Human Rights, we have had experience in defending our clients in national courts (Timisoara and Sibiu) against abuses of State Authorities in exercising their authority violating their freedom of expression granted by art. 9 and art. 10 of ECHR and article 29 of Romanian Constitution.
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Aleea Terasei nr. 3 B, ap. 44
Bucuresti, sector 4