"Creating and preserving value by resolving disputes. Becoming a VIAC Community Ambassador gives me the opportunity to foster arbitration and ADR in the CEE region and especially in Hungary under the umbrella of an institution with the profound knowledge required to support the smooth resolution of disputes in the region. As an avid advocate of ADR, I am honoured to promote the one-stop-shop model of dispute resolution developed by VIAC which makes it one of the best choices for resolving business disputes in the region."
Manuela Grosu is a Managing Associate, lead attorney-at-law at the dispute resolution practice group of KPMG Legal Tóásó Law Firm (Budapest). She has a PhD in law and has also obtained an LL.M. degree in US and Global Business Law for International Business Lawyers from Suffolk University (Boston).
She is a visiting lecturer at Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Law where she teaches commercial mediation and private international law.
She has gained significant experience in domestic and international arbitration and commercial litigation involving complex cross-border issues. She represented clients under the ICC, UNCITRAL and Hungarian Arbitration Rules.
She was a visiting researcher at Cardozo School of Law (New York), Kukin Program for Conflict Resolution. Ms. Grosu regularly publishes on various ADR related topics, invited as speaker to conferences and organizes international events on dispute resolution. She is a trained mediator and is also involved in mediation training related activities.