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Dominic-Alexandru Gidro
Founder Dominic-Alexandru Gidro
Dominic-Alexandru Gidro
Dominic-Alexandru Gidro

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Dominic-Alexandru Gidro

Dominic-Alexandru Gidro is an experienced lawyer based in Cluj, Romania. He specializes in various legal areas and holds notable academic achievements and professional roles. Here is an overview of his profile:

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  • Licensed Attorney in the Cluj Bar Association.
  • Graduated from the Faculty of Law at “Babeș-Bolyai” University, Cluj, Romania.
  • Master’s degree in European Business Law from the Faculty of Law at “Babeș-Bolyai” University, Cluj.
  • Doctorate in Law from the Faculty of Law at “Babeș-Bolyai” University, Cluj.
  • President of the Young Lawyers Association Cluj.
  • Lecturer at the Cluj Territorial Center of the National Institute for Training and Continuing Education of Lawyers.

 

Areas of Expertise:

  • Business Law
  • Administrative Litigation
  • Financial Law
  • Corporate Law
  • Civil Law
  • Consumer Law
  • Contract Law
  • Criminal Law
  • International Private Law
  • Contraventional Law
  • Professional Disputes

 

SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITY

  1. D.-A. Gidro, Direct Action of the Victim who Suffered Damage against the Compulsory Auto Civil Liability Insurer within the Scope of the New Civil Code, in Annals of the West University, No. 1/2015, Law Series;
  2. D.-A. Gidro, Direct Action of the Subacquirer against the First Seller in the Context of the New Civil Code, in Romanian Review of Private Law, No. 6/2015;
  3. D.-A. Gidro, Discussions Regarding the Direct Action of the Principal against the Submandatary within the Regulation of the New Civil Code, in Law Review, No. 12/2015;
  4. D.-A. Gidro, Is Roman Law Ancient and Useless?, in Liber Amicorum Liviu Pop, Universul Juridic Publishing House, Bucharest, 2015;
  5. D.-A. Gidro, Discussions Regarding the Direct Action of the Lessor against the Sublessee within the Regulation of the New Civil Code, in Law Review, No. 5/2016;
  6. D.-A. Gidro, Origins and Evolution of the Stipulation for Another. Its Effects in Relation to Direct Actions within the Context of the New Civil Code, in Law Review, No. 11/2017;
  7. D.-A. Gidro, Discussions on the Oblique Action as a Means of Preserving Claims within the Interpretation of the Old and Current Romanian Civil Code and the New French Civil Code. Similarities and Differences Compared to Direct Actions, in Law Review, No. 12/2017;
  8. D.-A. Gidro, General and Special Conditions for Exercising the Paulian Action in the Interpretation of the Current Romanian and French Civil Code. Effects in Relation to the Oblique Action and Direct Actions, in Law Review, No. 3/2018;
  9. D.-A. Gidro, Historical Origin, Definition, and Role of the Paulian Action in the Interpretation of the Current Romanian and French Civil Code. Challenged Acts, in Law Review, No. 4/2018;
  10. D.-A. Gidro, Paulian Fraud in the Light of the New Romanian Civil Code and the New French Civil Code. Evolution of Case Law in French Civil Law, in Law Review, No. 5/2018;
  11. D.-A. Gidro, Legal Nature and Basis of the Direct Action of the Sender and Recipient of Goods Transport against the Replaced Carrier, in Acta Universitatis Lucian Blaga, No. 1/2018;
  12. D.-A. Gidro, Direct Actions in Civil Contracts Regulated by the New Civil Code. Comparative Legal Elements, Universul Juridic Publishing House, Bucharest, 2018;
  13. D.-A. Gidro, Legal Nature and Basis of the Direct Action of the Beneficiary or Holder of a Bill of Exchange against the Acceptor or Endorser within the Context of the New Civil Code, in Romanian Review of Administrative Law, No. 2/2018;
  14. D.-A. Gidro, Admissibility of Direct Action in Warranty for Hidden Defects. Legal Nature. Basis. Grounds, in Romanian Review of Administrative Law, No. 4/2019;
  15. D.-A. Gidro, Brief Considerations on the Legal Nature of the Direct Action in Warranty for Hidden Defects of the Subacquirer against the Contractor, in Law Review, No. 10/2019;
  16. D.-A. Gidro, Costs of Separate Proceedings. Compatibility between Art. 453 and Art. 1064 within the Regulation of the New Code of Civil Procedure, in Liber Amicorum Romulus Gidro, Universul Juridic Publishing House, Bucharest, 2019;
  17. D.-A. Gidro, Assignment of Rights and Obligations of a Contractual Accessory Nature within the Interpretation of the Provisions of Art. 1282, Paragraph (2) of the Civil Code, in Law Review, No. 2/2020;
  18. D.-A. Gidro, Legal Nature and Basis of the Direct Action of the User in the Leasing Agreement against the Supplier of the Goods within the Context of Government Ordinance No. 51/1997 and the New Civil Code, in Romanian Review of Administrative Law, No. 1/2020;
  19. D.-A. Gidro, Is the Action of the Factor against the Assigned Debtor a True Direct Action?, in Law Review, No. 3/2021;
  20. D.-A. Gidro, S. Gidro, Active and Passive Procedural Standing in the Warranty Direct Action. Study of Judicial Practice, in Law Review, No. 6/2022;
  21. D.-A. Gidro, A. Eftimiu, Legal Nature of the Action for Damages provided by Art. 1064, Paragraph (2) of the Code of Civil Procedure. Study of Judicial Practice, in Law Review, No. 11/2021;
  22. D.-A. Gidro, Is Active Procedural Standing Justified by Interest? A Brief Analysis of Judicial Practice, in Law Review, No. 10/2022;
  23. D.-A. Gidro, Action in Administrative Litigation. Land Classified in Two Reference Territorial Units. Annulment of General Urban Plan. Re-Classification of Land, Summarized and Commented Judicial Practice Section, in Law Review, No. 4/2023;
  24. D.-A. Gidro, Action in Administrative Litigation. Establishment of the Prescription of the Right to Sanction Contraventions based on Art. 31 and Art. 37, Paragraph (6) of Law No. 50/1991, Summarized and Commented Judicial Practice Section, in Law Review, No. 5/2023;
  25. D.-A. Gidro, S.-I. Gidro, Action in Administrative Litigation. Incorrect Classification in a Reference Territorial Unit not suitable for Construction. Annulment of General Urban Plan. Re-Classification of Land, Summarized and Commented Judicial Practice Section, in Law Review, No. 6/2023;
  26. D.-A. Gidro, Contractual Liability. Elements of Extraneity, Summarized and Commented Judicial Practice Section, in Law Review, No. 7/2023;
  27. D.-A. Gidro, Request for review formulated pursuant to art. 322 point 9 of the Civil Procedure Code of 1865. The effects and consequences of the decision of the European Court of Human Rights in domestic law. Inadmissibility, section Jurisprudence summarized and commented, in Law Review, No. 9/2023;
  28. D.-A. Gidro, Design contract. Contractual changes agreed by electronic correspondence. Non-performance of the contract. Unilateral termination. Consequences (commentary by Dr. Dominic-Alexandru Gidro), in R.R.D.J., No. 3/2023;
  29. D.-A. Gidro, Equipment sale contract. Partial non-performance of the contract. Partial resolution. (commentary by Dr. Dominic-Alexandru Gidro), in R.R.D.J., No. 3/2023;
  30. D.-A. Gidro, Transmission of procedural quality under art. 38-39 of the Civil Procedure Code. Failure to comply with the time of introduction in the case. Consequences, section Jurisprudence summarized and commented, in Law Review, No. 11/2023;
  31. D.-A. Gidro, S.-I. Gidro, Classification and declassification of historical monuments. Annulment of the administrative act of classification in the administrative litigation procedure, in Law Review, No. 12/2023;