Monika Hirsch sees herself as a businessman and a lawyer who offers a gateway for foreign investors in Romania. Her long stay and experience have made Monika Hirsch well versed in Romanian law and culture.
- 1993-1999 University of Vienna, Vienna/Austria, and Sheffield UK
- 1999 Internal practice at the EU Commission in Brussels/Belgium
- 1999-2004 Associate in international law firms in Vienna
- 2005 Partner in an international law firm in Bucharest/Romania
- 2006 Establishment of MH Advice SRL
- Since 2006 started her own law firm situated in Bucharest/Romania with a close cooperation to NHP Vienna
Monika Hirsch has worked as an associate lawyer in several international law firms in Vienna focusing mainly on commercial law. In 2005 she came to Romania as a partner in an international consulting firm.
In 2006 he already established his own law firm with 5 employees initially, which later grew to 12 employees. Due to the economic situation and personal life, the structure of the law firm changed.
Since 2014 Dr. Monika Hirsch has been associated with Mag. Raluca Marinescu – founding the Professional Law Firm SCPA Hirsch, Marinescu Associates with the same office in the premises of Casa Austria.
The following legal practice areas are the main targeted ones by Monika Hirsch:
- Energy law especially related to renewable energy; electricity and gas trade
- Law on Commercial Companies, in particular – the establishment of companies
- Restructurings including M&A, winding-up and liquidation
- Insolvency Procedure
- Labour law (individual employment contracts, collective contracts, termination of individual employment contracts via reorganisation, etc.);
- Construction Law
- International Labour Law (e.g. transfer contracts)
- Real Estate Legislation
- Construction Law
- Land Registry and Real Estate Publicity Law
- Waste management legislation
- Public Procurement Law
- General Administrative Law – procedures / representation before the authorities
- Resolving disputes amicably
- Representation before the Romanian courts and the Court of Arbitration