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Amcham, with the support of Karanovic & Nikolic, held its 10th Annual Intellectual Property Rights Conference (IPR) in Arandjelovac, Serbia on 5–6 December 2012.
The European Commission (EC) recently fined seven international company groups with a total fine of around €1.47bn for two distinct cartels related to cathode ray tubes (CRTs) used in colour television sets and computer monitors.
While 2012 was marked by parliamentary elections and the formation of the new government in July, the financial markets in Serbia seem likely to offer investors some very interesting opportunities in 2013.
The inaugural meeting of the Council for State Aid in BiH (the ‘council’), a body formed thanks to the Law on State Aid in Bosnia and Herzegovina (the ‘law’), was held at the end of last year.
In January 2013, the Croatian Competition Agency, for the second time in its practice of imposing direct fines, fined four private companies involved in a cartel agreement.
According to Karanovic & Nikolic, the Republic of Serbia’s government has adopted the Draft of Law on Special Conditions for the Registration of an Ownership Right for Buildings Constructed without a Construction Permit.
The National Bank of Serbia has amended the Decision on Risk Management to tackle the issue of rising non-performing loans.
This briefing from Karanovic & Nikolic summarises the most important provisions of Serbia’s Law on Amendments to the Foreign Exchange Law.
Karanovic & Nikolic has published its latest tax newsletter for Serbia and Montenegro.
Serbian Competition Commission publishes oil industry sector inquiry results.
Karanovic & Nikolic associate Nenezic writes article on PPPs in Republic of Serbia.
Serbian Data Protection Authority issues its second-ever approval for the transfer of personal data out of Serbia.
A corporate survey by Karanovic & Nikolic has confirmed the importance of legal compliance and risk management.
The Montenegrin Competition Agency is planning to complete the legal framework for the 2012 Competition Law.
An overview of developments in tax law in Serbia.
An overview of developments in tax law in Montenegro and Serbia.
An overview of developments in real estate law in Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia.
The Serbian Parliament passed the Law on the Terms for the Settlement of Monetary Obligations in Commercial Transactions on 15 December 2012.
In the ever-developing and ever-changing world of Intellectual Property, news and exciting projects are never in short supply.
The provision of gifts and hospitality to public officials has recently been the subject of a number of news stories in the Serbian media.