Andrei Constantinescu graduated from the Faculty of Law, „Titu Maiorescu” University of Bucharest. He also acquired a degree in Economics from the Financial and Accountancy Faculty, „Banatul” University of Timisoara. He speaks Romanian, English and Italian.
Andrei is a member of the Bucharest Bar and of the Romanian Union of Lawyers since 2003. During the first years of his career he has been focusing on Labour and Employment Law, providing assistance in both the private and public sector. He was involved in several EU-funded public administration reform projects where, together with a panel of international experts, has provided assistance with the design, development of legal framework and career system of Public Managers. Subsequently Andrei has gained experience in the M&A, corporate and real estate fields by assisting multinational companies such as a major multinational company for clinical studies or a top commercial centre developer.
In the last years, Andrei's relevant expertise includes advising international companies on labour & employment issues ranging from drafting of internal regulations, negotiation and amendment of high level employment agreements to collective dismissals and litigation. He has also assisted an international fund, a major Czech fashion online retailer and a well-known Taiwanese fitness equipment producer to acquire real estate portfolios and establishing presence on the Romanian market, providing extensive assistance on a large range of matters, from setting up corporate vehicles to negotiating and concluding commercial agreements and onboarding employees and related HR matters. Andrei is also assisting a major international fuels distributor and an international wine producer/distributor with development projects and debt collection cases, including litigation, as well as a major Chinese corporation with labour & employment advice for the Romanian market.
While out of the office, Andrei enjoys extensive bicycle rides and playing tennis. He also plays the guitar and spends his free time learning to play new instruments.
- business law
- labour & employment
- mergers and acquisitions