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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Personal data processing — are the operators of public communication networks in compliance with the law?
A procedure of supervision of operators of public communication networks and services has been initiated.
Today, amendments to the Serbian Competition Law entered into force. The key changes are related to the proceedings and statute of limitations provisions.
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Although there has been a downturn in M&A work, elections and legislative change have helped keep Serbia’s legal community busy
The Balkan economic climate continues to be stormy, but the arrest of Ratko Mladic and Serbia’s modernisation drive as it bids for EU membership are signs of better days to come. Joanne Harris reports