Karanovic & Nikolic
Karanovic & Nikolic is proud to serve multinational, regional and local clients, as well as leading international and financial institutions across all business sectors and industries. Through the provision of practical and pragmatic legal advice, the firm helps its clients both enter and maintain a presence in the markets of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia. Every client is unique and incredibly important to us. We actively support new, innovative and emerging start-ups that have an interest in establishing themselves in the region regardless of whether they are locally or internationally based. Benefiting from the wealth of specialised lawyers we aim to explain each legal issue from every angle and assess a client's risk and liability from all possible perspectives in order to ensure a successful outcome.
Choosing the correct local partners is key and when working with Karanovic & Nikolic we ensure that all issues raised will be dealt with promptly, confidentially and in a discreet manner. The firm is continually trying to reduce its clients' exposure to any reputational risk through a strict adherence to local and international corruption prevention legislation. Karanovic & Nikolic takes great care to protect and maintain the highest ethical standards when conducting its work.
All of the firm's lawyers are bilingual and are fully equipped to provide a complete legal service in either their local language or through English. In addition there are numerous lawyers at the firm that speak fluent Italian, French and German.
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The draft law governs the organisation and functioning of the natural gas sector.
The Republic of Srpska National Assembly adopted the Law on Renewable Energy and Efficient Co-generation on 25 April 2013.
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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