is a partner and co-ordinator of the IP litigation practice at the firm who specialises in civil and commercial litigation, with a focus on international arbitration and administrative/contentious disputes. She has solid experience in trying arbitration cases before national and international arbitral panels in proceedings held under the auspices of the ICC, LCIA, the Vienna International Arbitral Centre, the Court of International Commercial Arbitration (Bucharest) and under the UNCITRAL arbitration rules in ad hoc arbitration; in complex projects involving construction disputes, including matters regarding International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC) contracts; post-privatisation-related disputes; and energy-related disputes. Alina was the first attorney at law from the litigation department to be appointed a managing associate (in 2011).
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