54 Dionisie Lupu, 2nd floor
Sector 1, 010458 Bucharest


Aura Campeanu
  • Head of Office
  • Trademark, Patent & Design Agent
+40 21 3057 996
+40 21 314 5481


  • The Bucharest team is entrusted by some of the biggest names in the world in the technology, entertainment and food and beverages sectors.

    WTR 1000 Rankings, 2019
  • PETOŠEVIĆ makes a crucial contribution to intellectual property in Eastern Europe and throughout the Commonwealth of Independent States. Offering A-to-Z patent support, the firm’s Romanian contingent benefits from the wider organisation’s international support package; the local team “innately, and without unnecessary fanfare, understands how to make strong arguments and adapt them in order to overcome obstacles in different jurisdictions”.

    IAM Patent 1000 Rankings, 2019
  • Anybody in Central and Eastern Europe who knows anything about intellectual property knows the name PETOŠEVIĆ. Housing over 120 individuals in 15 regional offices, it has the wherewithal to expand patent portfolios and extinguish multijurisdictional infringement flames with ease, making it a formidable choice for ambitious rights holders.

    IAM Patent 1000 Rankings, 2018
  • PETOŠEVIĆ represents a number of high-profile companies in trade mark prosecution and enforcement cases. It also works with local customs authorities on surveillance and seizure of counterfeit goods. Clients include those in the clothing, technology and entertainment industries. Clients commend the firm for its ability to "think around matters and anticipate problems".

    IP Stars Trade Mark & Copyright Editorial, 2018
  • Regional IP powerhouse PETOŠEVIĆ has 15 bureaux across Central and Eastern Europe, positioning it perfectly to support brand owners on multinational product launches or cross-border conundrums. Its lawyers always go the extra mile for clients, making themselves available all hours of the day and keeping abreast of the latest market developments.

    WTR 1000 Rankings, 2018
  • Having first set down roots in Romania in 2005, storied ensemble PETOŠEVIĆ recently moved into a new Bucharest office – a testament to its continuing expansion and commitment to the jurisdiction. The IP colossus has an illustrious reputation in the region and the resources to handle multi-jurisdictional matters with ease, whether involving heated disputes or sprawling portfolios.

    WTR 1000 Rankings, 2017
  • The foundation stone of the firm’s 15-strong office network, PETOŠEVIĆ’s Romanian branch serves as the nerve centre of its extensive Eastern European operations. The regional powerhouse makes for an able running mate on all cross-border IP issues and is the astute manager of myriad international portfolios. A particularly potent force on the non-contentious front, it knows what it takes to shepherd patent filings to grant both before the Romanian patent office and in other European territories. One satisfied client reports: “Its work output is great, its translations are accurate and applications are filed in a timely manner".

    IAM Patent 1000 Rankings , 2017
  • PETOŠEVIĆ has a network of offices across eastern Europe and specialises in prosecution work. "They file for a lot for international clients," one rival confirms. Work highlights also show the team dealing with trade mark infringement matters. "They clearly identify the problem, assess our legal position and tailor our redress in a responsive manner," says a client.

    IP Stars Trade Mark & Copyright Analysis , 2017
  • PETOŠEVIĆ has a reputation in filing and prosecution work in Eastern Europe. It handles a lot of patent validation work in Romania. The firm receives instructions from US and western European firms.

    IP Stars Patent Analysis, 2017
  • Multi-jurisdictional litigation and cross-border prosecution efforts are meat and drink to Central and Eastern European major-leaguer PETOŠEVIĆ. Marquee names on the international stage and top foreign law firms routinely entrust the nimble ensemble with the stewardship of key marques. The team utilizes a joint database so that work can be shared out between practitioners in different countries. It has also contributed significantly to the development of Romanian case law.

    WTR 1000 Rankings, 2016