Ozana is an associate with the firm’s Dispute Resolution department with a focus on commercial and administrative disputes. Over the course of the last few years, she has represented local and international entities on a variety of complex matters. One recent case involved her working on a multi-million Euro cross-border dispute involving one of Romania’s largest gaming companies (jurisdictions include UK, Cyprus, Luxembourg and Romania). Her work also included cases against ANAF (Romanian tax authorities) and the Labor Inspectorate. In addition, Ozana has experience in corporate matters and mergers and acquisitions.
Her passion for competition and regulatory law led her to write her Pantheon University’s Master II dissertation on State Aid and the Energy Crisis.
LL.B, University of Bucharest; Bucharest, Romania