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KRISTINA MINIC, LL.B.

Practice Area

  • Labor & Employment
  • Corporate, Commercial, M&A
  • Data Protection
  • Contract Law
  • Public Procurement

Contact Details

KRISTINA MINIC, LL.B.

ASSOCIATE

EDUCATION

LL.B. – University of Belgrade Faculty of Laws

PRIMARY AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Labor & Employment
Corporate, Commercial, M&A
Data protection
Contract Law
Public Procurement

LANGUAGES

Serbian (Native)
English

EXPERIENCE

Kristina is associate at Doklestic Repic & Gajin Law office in Belgrade. She primarly specializes in employment and labour relations, corporate and commercial law, data protection, contracts, public procurement. Her work also includes advising in ADR and arbitration matters.

She also advises clients on various aspects of employment and labour law, including in particular HR restructurings, transfer of employees and trade union relationships and collective negotiations. Kristina acquired her LL.B. at University of Belgrade, Faculty of Laws.

 

 

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