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BDK Advokati/Attorneys at Law have hosted a seminar on the Companies’ Act in practice.
The Serbian Accounting Act requires that financial statements be signed electronically by a statutory representative, but problems arise when the director is a foreigner.
BDK has advised Israeli TabTale on the acquisition of Serbian computer and mobile game developer Level Bit.
The Serbian insurance industry is welcoming the new Insurance Act, which substantially overhauls regulation in this area.
Serbia has chronic issues with the length of the procedure for the issuance of construction permits.
New entrants can apply to the National Bank of Serbia (NBS) for a license starting from 1 August 2015.
The Privatisation Act, adopted in August 2014, introduced ‘strategic partnership’ as one of the methods of privatisation.
BDK Advokati/Attorneys at Law has advised EBRD on a €23m (£18m) secured loan to Serbian soft drinks producer Nectar.
BDK has advised Swiss company Newmet on a successful takeover bid for the acquisition of majority shares in Serbian company Nissal AD.
BDK has launched a new life sciences and healthcare practice group, which combines the firm’s existing capacity in various areas.
BDK Advokati/Attorneys at Law has advised the owners of Serbian food processor Foodland on the sale of the company to Croatia’s Atlantic Grupa.
If enacted, this law will bring significant changes to the payment services sector as far as domestic transactions are concerned.
There are three operators licensed for both mobile networks and mobile services: Telenor, Telekom Srbija, and Vip mobile.
CEE Legal Matters magazine has published an article by Mirjana Mladenovic from BDK on the challenges of acquisition financing in Serbia.
BDK senior partner Vladimir Dašic has given a presentation on overcoming the legal challenges that investors face in south-eastern Europe.
Public notaries have been active in Serbia for already a month. This brings, inter alia, a number of novelties in real-estate transactions.
The Electronic Media Act supersedes the Broadcasting Act, which divided the categories of licences depending on the facilities used for broadcasting.
On 9 September 2014, BDK Advokati/Attorneys at Law hosted a seminar on the amendments to the Serbian Labour Act.
BDK Advokati has opened a Twitter account — @BDKAdvokati.
BDK Advokati/Attorneys at Law has advised Resource Partners on its acquisition of Serbian gym and fitness chain World Class.