Vladimir Diaconiță is highly educated, enthusiastic and flexible and he always goes above and beyond to find the best legal solution. Drawing on his strong academic background, he is both a litigator and a consultant, with extensive knowledge in the law of contracts, intellectual property, arbitration and construction law.
Vladimir is a faculty member of the University of Bucharest since 2010, teaching contract law, inheritance law and intellectual property.
Vladimir’s recent professional experience chiefly comprises of:
advising a prominent Romanian waste collection and recycling company on an intricate multimillion case concerning the transfer pricing of certain intellectual property rights;
assisting a high profile player on the construction market in a much debated public procurement criminal case brought against him;
negotiating and drafting a sophisticated cross-border license and assignment agreement for the transfer of IP over a software controlling and managing agricultural machinery;
representing an important Romanian IT firm in a dispute concerning the infringement of software copyright;
advising one of the largest European financial institutions with regard to issues of real estate development and M&A;
giving advice to a contractor in several arbitral disputes, all in regard to one of the largest infrastructure works in Romania (valued at over EUR 200 million);
assisting several international contractors and subcontractors of infrastructure works in arbitral proceedings concerned with Romanian contract law;
representing one of the most salient players on the Romanian food products market in trademark cases;
representing several Romanian financial institutions in a multi-million cross-border recovery of debt against the heirs of one of the wealthiest and most prominent Romanian individual;
June 2017 – present: Managing Associate, Răzvan Dincă & Asociații;
October 2015 – June 2017: Partner, Diaconiță SCA;
April 2012 – October 2015: Senior Associate, Răzvan Dincă & Asociații;
January 2012 – April 2012: Junior Lawyer, RTPR Allen & Overy;
November 2010 – March 2011: Trainee, RTPR Allen & Overy;
June 2009 – September 2009: Trainee, Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen.