Jelena Gazivoda is a senior partner at JPM and head of the energy department. Her practice mainly includes mergers and acquisitions, corporate law, banking and insurance, restructuring and reorganisations, pharmaceuticals, public-private partnerships and concessions.
In the last few years, Gazivoda has advised the Ministry of Finance and Economy of the Republic of Serbia in preparation for the law on the transfer of assets and liabilities of certain banks; Delta Holding on the sale of 100 per cent of the Delta Maxi Group; and the Republic of Serbia on the restructuring of national air carrier JAT Airways.
Gazivoda has also often been a member of working groups for drafting laws in connection with insurance and bankruptcy.
She is a member of the Belgrade Bar Association, the Association of Commercial Lawyers of Serbia & Montenegro, the Yugoslav International Law Association and the European Law Association.
Gazivoda speaks English, Russian and Italian.
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Briefings from JPM Jankovic Popovic Mitic
The first trial in Serbia pursuant to law on liability of legal entities for criminal offences has rendered a guilty verdict
The law on liability of legal persons for criminal offences came into force on 4 November 2008. Nearly six years thereafter the first verdict was rendered on the 11 June 2014.
The Serbian Parliament has passed a Law on Amendments to the Privatization Law, relating to creditors’ claims against companies in restructuring.