Karanovic & Nikolic
Karanovic & Nikolic is a full-service commercial law firm with six offices across Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia, with more than 80 lawyers working for multi-national, regional and local clients, financial institutions and governments.
The firm is divided departmentally into groups of lawyers specialised in certain areas of law. Karanovic & Nikolic’s teams focus on: mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures and privatisation; corporate; real estate; banking and finance; competition; energy and infrastructure; telecoms, media & technology; employment; taxation; dispute resolution; restructuring and bankruptcy; intellectual property; and healthcare. The firm is highly placed in international rankings and directories.
The firm is led by senior partners Dejan Nikolic, a regional expert in the areas of telecoms and technology, and Dragan Karanovic a privatisation and M&A specialist, Milos Vuckovic an energy specialist, and Patricia Gannon, Irish/ UK solicitor who acts as managing partner.
Karanovic & Nikolic is active in advising on new transitional laws that have been adopted in the region with a focus on achieving a practical interpretation that is closely in line with the EU laws upon which they have been modelled.
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Analysis from The Lawyer
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