The Romanian Whistleblowing Law: what does it mean for your organisation?

The Romanian Whistleblowing Law No 361/2022 (Whistleblowing Law’) entered into force on December 22nd, 2022, when Directive
(EU) 2019/1937 on the protection of persons who report breaches of Union law (Whistleblowing Directive’) was transposed into national
legislation. The purpose of the Whistleblowing Law is to create a more comprehensive protection for individuals who disclose information
they receive in a professional context about crimes and breaches of national and EU law.

Our Romanian member firm Suciu – Employment and Data Protection Lawyers has compiled the necessary and key data for you to know what It means for your organisation. Suciu’s experts look into who the law applies to, which are the new general rules that companies must comply with, who can manage the report and answer questions such as what happens if companies do not comply with the law and why is this law important for companies.

You can read all details here and contact our representative Andreea Suciu for any questions on this topic.