Lawyer at the Bucharest Bar (1996) and graduate of the Faculty of Law – University of Bucharest (1989-1993), Geanina MUNTEANU MILLET started her career in one of the most renowned law firms in Romania “Paula IACOB”, with a particular expertise in criminal law.
Lawyer at the PARIS Bar, (CFPA of Versailles – admission certificate of aptitude 1999),
CMAP Referee :
- Paris Mediation and Arbitration Center – Center CCI Ille de France
ANAMJ Member :
- Qualified Professional to prepare an estimated inventory or to make proposals for settling the pecuniary interests of the spouses
- Qualified person representing a defaulting inheritor
Holder of a DEA degree (1995-1996) in Private International Law (DIP) and Contract Law, from the University of Paris XI. Her cursus was enriched by two years of doctoral thesis under the direction of Professor Bertrand Ancel (1997 -1998) in the field of French investments in Romania by mergers and acquisitions, business takeovers. She gained her experience in this field at the international firm KPMG FIDAL PARIS.
Her clients are often looking for a double competence in international contracts, Family law, investments by Romanian residents in companies in France or by French residents in companies in Romania, in partnerships but also in litigations, enforcement actions and seizures, recovery of receivables or distribution contracts.
She has assisted and advised artists and writers in litigations of Intellectual Property law and copyrights.
Member of The Association of Representative Lawyers in Real Estate Transactions of PARIS (AAMTI), she practices this activity since 2010, receiving purchase, sales and rental orders of real estate, including real estate or rental investments between France and Romania, in addition to the classic Real Estate litigation.
Since 1999, she has also developed a certain experience in Notarial and Family law, inheritance litigation, the appointment of ad hoc liquidators of SCIs and joint ownership, disputed exits from joint ownership, evictions, expertise, in requests for the return of children who have been moved abroad without the consent of one of the holders of parental authority.