JPM Jankovic Popovic Mitic
Since its establishment in 1991, JPM has been positioned as one of the leading law firms In Serbia, providing full service to national and international clients from numerous industries in establishing, building and maintaining their business presence in Serbia and the SEE region.
This 40-lawyer firm is focused on developing solutions and implementing practices that meet the business goals of its clients and compliance and legal safety requirements. Its commitment, expertise and experience in resolving complex business and legal issues, as well as in-depth understanding of the clients' industries, enables this firm to deliver the highest-quality legal services and cost-effective solutions.
JPM's track record comprises numerous successfully completed landmark transactions in which its lawyers designed and implemented original, 'outside-the-box' legal solutions by employing their extensive professional and life experience combined with excellent local and international education. The main languages fluently spoken by JPM lawyers are English and German. Additional languages spoken are Russian, Greek, French and Italian.
JPM's client portfolio is very broad and includes both local and multinational companies, such as Microsoft, Eaton, BASF, Beiersdorf, Ikea, H&M , Hewlett Packard, Knauf, Holcim and more, many of which have been clients of JPM for more than 20 years.
Foreign diplomatic and trade delegations in Serbia, including US, German, Austrian, Japanese and others, also regularly place their trust in JPM. The firm is an active member of the FIC and AmCham Serbia, the main advocates for the interests of foreign investors in Serbia.
Briefings from JPM Jankovic Popovic Mitic
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