Alexandru Arjoca is a highly skilled lawyer and prosecutor, experienced in investigating and prosecuting financial and economic crimes, Alexandru coordinates the White-Collar Crime practice in Bucharest.

He has more than 25 years of experience as a lawyer, including 12 years as a prosecutor, investigating and prosecuting complex cases of financial and economic crimes. For 8 years, Alexandru coordinated the Anti-Crime Department in the field of intellectual property rights within the General Prosecutor's Office, conducting complex investigations into trademark counterfeiting in the field of pharma, printer consumables, fashion, patent infringement, counterfeiting of designs and industrial models in automotive industry, copyright infringement streaming of major national and international TV and movie producers.

Alex was a prosecutor with the Prosecutor's Office attached to the High Court of Cassation and Justice, the highest Prosecutor's Office in Romania, which includes both the National Anticorruption Directorate and the Directorate for Combating Organized Crime and Terrorism.

During his professional career, Alexandru engaged in pioneering projects and had a significant contribution in penal jurisprudence regarding financial and economic crimes. He was involved in creating, developing and running the IPR Common Data Base, a unique data base in Europe and in the world, used by enforcement agencies to exchange information while investigating Intellectual Property Rights cases. He also created an IPR investigation manual together with Business Software Alliance, useful both for companies and investigators.