An analysis of the transfer prices seen as negative consequences of differences between the tax policies of industrialized states and tax havens.
Recently, the Official Gazette has published the GO on the use of financial information for the prevention, investigation or prosecution of criminal offences.
In international trade it is important that the state authorities know exactly where the goods come from, so that they can comply with the tax regime and the consumer protection regulations.
Mihai Mareș details the legislation on the extradition process regulated in Romania, in the international specialized magazine GIR Know How / Extradition.
Mihai Mareș explains what happens to the criminal liability of a company that committed a crime and later merged by absorption with another company.
Mihai Mareș discussed about the role of the The National Supervisory Authority for the Processing of Personal Data at the conference organized by Universul Juridic.
New mechanisms and instruments of international cooperation were established at European level, among which the European Investigation Order.
Mihai Mares about the EPPO, its role and structure, as well as the implications for companies in his latest opinion for Ziarul Financiar.
What should companies do if The Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) “knocks” at their doors?
The stake is significant when companies are at risk and may face a raid from The Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism.
The High Court of Cassation and Justice recently announced that, since the beginning of this year, a number of 353 surveillance warrants have been issued.
The European Commission released on Thursday a bold action plan to ensure a unified and comprehensive EU-wide policy to prevent money laundering and terrorist financing.
Mihai Mares authors an interesting piece on the paradigms of white collar crime in legal systems across the globe and in Romania.
Mihai Mares in a dialogue with Juridice Moldova about the challenges of white collar crime, about the highly specialised team and the firm’s complex files.
Mihai Mares approaches his career choices, the challenges of white collar crime in Romania and of the highest publicised files in the past 20 years.
Mareș & Mareș Authors the Romania Chapter in the Bribery & Corruption Analysis of Global Legal Insights
Global Legal Insights issued the Bribery & Corruption analysis, which includes a detailed perspective of the white collar crime legislation in several jurisdictions, including Romania.
Mihai Mareș spoke about the accusation of fraud or corruption in the arbitration dispute at the conference “Intelligent solution for disputes between professionals”.
Mihai Mareș spoke about the firm’s rebranding to Mares & Mares, about the collaboration with professor Dan Lupașcu, leadership and future plans.
Mihai Mareș, “the go-to lawyer in Romania in the area of white collar crime”: the firm will capitalize on previous experience to consolidate its leading position.
Mihai Mareș dominates the white collar crime rankings in Romania in Legal 500, one of the most reputable legal research institutions in the world.
Mihai Mareș spoke about the expansion strategy in the Transylvania area during the conference “Five years since the entry into force of the new Codes”.
Mihai Mareș and Dan Lupașcu, the lawyers representing Rudel Obreja, respectively Constantin Niță, stated that the two are not forbidden to leave the country.
Mihai Mareș, the Only Romanian Lawyer Attending the European Criminal Bar Association (ECBA) Conference
The European Criminal Bar Association organized in Oslo the spring 2018 conference on Preventive arrest and compensation – current issues and minimum standards.
In the 2018 edition, Mihai Mareș is considered a fantastic business crime attorney, while the firm demonstrates an in-depth knowledge of criminal law.
The Turkish businessman was arrested in Romania and is wanted by the USA because he allegedly sold military equipment to Iran, violating the sanctions.
Mihai Mareș addressed the topic of computer crimes at the first edition of Difficult Problems of Internet Law conference, organized by the Society of Legal Sciences.
Mihai Mareș is the only Romanian lawyer recognized in the area of white collar crime in this year edition of the prestigious The Legal 500.
Mihai Mareș spoke about the responsibility of the insolvency practitioner to report to the authorities any suspicion of corruption that can generate an insolvency procedure.
Mihai Mareș presented an expert report, in an extradition case, before a judge at the Westminster Magistrates’ Court in London.
Mihai Mareș: The subsidiary Nature of the Abuse of Office Has Been Defined Since the Times of Professor Dongoroz
Mihai Mareș discussed the subsidiary nature of abuse of office, at the debate on this topic organized by the Society of Legal Sciences.
Mihai Mareș discussed with Alina Matei about the things and personalities that marked his career, about mentors and about excellence in this area of law.
Mareş / Danilescu / Mareş partners, for the second year in a row, with BRD Open Bucharest, the largest women’s tennis tour in Romania.
Mihai Mareș: Business Law Is a Profession that We Should All Be Proud of and that Should Be Appreciated at Its True Value
JURIDICE.RO asked a few questions the candidates for the dignity of member of the Bucharest Bar Council to help lawyers know them better.
Business Crime Lawyer Mihai Mareș and Prosecutor Alexandra Lăncrăjan Speakers at the ECBA Spring Conference
The European Criminal Bar Association (ECBA) organises in Bucharest the conference ”EU Legislation and Implementation: New Romanian Law – Theory and Practise in Criminal Proceedings”.