Both are active in areas of practice such as energy, restructuring and insolvency, litigation and arbitration, employment and loan work-out and restructuring, the law firm announced on Monday.

Tiberiu Csaki (photo), leader of Salans’ employment, litigation and arbitration and insolvency practice areas in Romania has been with the firm for over 12 years. In his years of practice, Tiberiu has advised a wide variety of clients from oil & gas, cement, chemical, consumer goods, retail, automotive, pharmaceuticals industries or financial institutions.

Tiberiu works for clients including Royal Bank of Scotland, DHL, Leoni Wiring Systems France SA, Arcelor Mittal, Arctic, Ciech and Harvard Management. A graduate of the University of Bucharest Law School, Tiberiu is a member of the Bucharest Bar and of INSOL Europe, the European organization of professionals who specialize in insolvency, bankruptcy and business reconstruction and recovery.

Claudiu Munteanu-Jipescu, who leads Salans energy practice in Romania, has over 10 years of experience in the energy and M&A sector.

He also advises international clients active in other sectors including public procurement and concessions, automotive or manufacturing. His work includes projects in the energy sector such as advising Continental Wind Partners on the selling of the wind energy project (600MW) in Romania (Dobrogea) to Czech-based CEZ, several projects with GDF Suez, including the refurbishment of Units 3 and 4 of Cernavoda Nuclear Power Plant and setting up of a joint venture with SNN Nuclearelectrica SA.

Claudiu Jipescu (photo) graduated from the University of Bucharest Law School, where he is currently an assistant lecturer and completing his PhD studies in corporate law matters. He also graduated the College Franco-Roumain d’Etudes Europeenes and the Institut de Droit des Affaires N. Titulescu – H. Capitant and received a post-graduate diploma from the Paris I Pantheon–Sorbonne University. He is also a member of the Bucharest Bar.

Salans is an international law firm with more than 750 lawyers around the world.