LASTING PARTNERSHIPS

We see our clients as our long term partners and not as one-time customers.

LASTING PARTNERSHIPS

We see our clients as our long term partners and not as one-time customers.

Careers

We always seek to recruit talent. Also, we are always open to welcome established and experienced lawyers to our team. We perceive our lawyers as our most valuable assets and with them we want to build a long-term partnership.

Through our development program we offer to our associates an opportunity to develop their professional skills, to gain necessary experience and professional finesse.

In general, all our lawyers must meet the following criteria:

  • At least very good success during legal studies,
  • Fluency in English language,
  • Good command of another foreign language is a plus,
  • Advanced legal degree is a plus,
  • Team-players, well organized and committed to professional excellence,
  • Desire for professional development.

If you meet these criteria, please see below our currently open vacancies:

  • Position of Senior Lawyer – Corporate, M&A, Commercial Law
  • Position of Senior Lawyer – Litigation & Dispute Resolution
  • Position of Junior Associate

News And Events

Competition Newsletter: January 2020

Our competition newsletter for January is out!

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Competition Law in Montenegro: 2019

What were the main competition law developments in Montenegro in 2019 and what to expect in 2020?

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Competition Law in Serbia: 2019

In our annual review, we look back at the most interesting developments in Serbian competition law in 2019.

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Amendments to Law on Terms of Settlement of Monetary Obligations in Commercial Transactions

By way of amendments to the Law on the Terms of Settlement of Monetary Obligations in Commercial Transactions, Serbia has introduced the institute of electronic invoices.

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Serbia: Reserved Own Share Introduced to Company Law

Serbia’s Company Law has a new legal institute – reserved own share. What does this institute actually mean and why is it significant?

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