- Obtaining successful outcomes in litigation and disputes with unbalanced power dynamics between the parties, where the clients she represented were small businesses facing litigation from well-known multinational corporations.
- Advising and representing clients in Judicial Reviews opposing the Romanian government over issues such as property rights, planning, authorization, immigration and nationality issues.
- Advising and representing clients during difficult and misbalanced negotiations with high profile multinational corporations.
Dr Lusine Navasardyan joined OTS Solicitors in 2015 as a Freelance Caseworker within the Corporate and business immigration departments. Since May 2015 she has been a Registered European Lawyer, and practices from the OTS Solicitors City of London offices. Dr Navasardyan has built an extensive caseload of immigration and corporate law work as a Registered European Lawyer. Lusine has been a member of Bucharest Bar since 2005. In 2007 she started her own practice developing a solid client following. She has extensive knowledge and a in-depth understanding of the challenges small and middle-sized businesses face. Her services are tailored to the needs of these clients. She has advised and guided many start-ups, her advice proving to be an invaluable asset in each of their success stories. Her expertise includes advising on company structure, contracts, compliance, due diligence and business immigration.
She has also dealt with a wide array of commercial litigation cases, having successfully represented clients at all levels of court, conducting many complex cases in front of the Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of Romania.
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Lusine’s professional success is backed by her solid academic background. She graduated from Yerevan State University Law Department in 2000. She continued her education in Romania, completing the Doctor of Law in 2008. Her research has subsequently been published under the title of “Guarantees and Protection of International Investments” and has obtained recognition by her peers as one of the most comprehensive works in this area of law.
She is fluent in Romanian, Russian and Armenian and has substantial knowledge of these countries’ business and legal environments.