Corina Radu enjoys a very good reputation in the employment field, providing specialised advice and representing in court the interests of renowned multinational corporations with businesses in various sectors, including oil, automotive, aeronautics, electronics, banking, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, IT, retail, energy, and so on. She is highly experienced in complex matters, including collective bargaining, collective labour disputes and implementation of the specific procedures associated with business restructuring and collective redundancies, as well as in matters pertaining to transfers of undertakings, cross-border postings, organisation and operation of employers’ associations, draw up of internal rules, regulations and procedures, international employment agreements, and employment-specific clauses (e.g. confidentiality, non-compete, mobility, homeworking, telework, etc.), due diligence reports on employment relationships.
Chambers Europe 2017 acknowledges that she is praised for her ability to make clients feel confident and secure: “We are fully confident in her capabilities as a first-class litigator. She’s very involved and pays a lot of attention to all details. She identifies the most sensitive issues that appear in a case, finding even the smallest breach and using it to obtain the most for the clients.”
In its ranking for 2017, the Legal 500 states: “Corina Radu has a very good understanding of what clients need”.
Corina Radu is a Board member of EELA, the European Employment Lawyers Association.
Member in the International Bar Association.
Member in the Bucharest Bar Association since 2005.