Stevan Dimitrijevic is a partner and he manages the firm’s offices in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Dimitrijevic has practised in all areas of corporate and commercial law involving foreign entities, such as multi-national manufacturers and trading companies, banks, electric energy producers and traders, but also involving a wide range of local commercial entities as well as local governments. He is especially focused on M&A transactions, PPP/concession-based projects and energy and infrastructure advice. Dimitrijevic also represents the interests of clients before the local courts and in arbitration proceedings.
He is registered as an attorney in the Republic of Srpska in Bosnia and Hezegovina and is a member of the International Bar Association.
He has authored numerous publications on Bosnian law.
Dimitrijevic is fluent in both English and Serbian (written and spoken).
‘Stevan Dimitrijevic heads up the Banja Luka branch and is widely perceived as one of the top players in Bosnia. “He is flexible, kind, and really understands our business,” say sources’ — Chambers & Partners.
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