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City of Belgrade requires businesses to pay an environmental protection and enhancement fee...
Serbian lawyers have ended their strike. The adoption of the Law on Notary Public on 1 September 2014, introduced the notarial system to the Serbian judiciary.
New social security treaty signed between Serbia and France.
The procedure for annual financial reporting in Serbia has been modernised.
All collective bargaining agreements and employment rules, which were in force at the time the amendments were rendered into force, will cease to be valid on 29 January 2015.
The New Croatian Labour Act regulates, among other provisions, the necessity for the enactment of safety at work regulations for employers employing at least 20 workers.
Karanovic & Nikolic employment lawyer Jelena Danilovic has been elected for the 2015 AmChamps programme, organised by the American Chamber of Commerce in Serbia.
In late 2014 the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia adopted the Law on Payment Services and the Law on Amendments to the Financial Services Consumer Protection Law...
This newsletter includes information on the Serbian parliament’s appointment of Professor Miloje Obradovic´ as president of the Competition Commission, and other news.
Karanovic´ & Nikolic´ real estate partner Jasna Milosavljevic´ presented the amendments to the Serbian law on planning and construction to the participants in a recent business briefing.
The Serbian government has taken the first steps of implementing a new court system with the passing of a new law on seats, jurisdictions of courts and public prosecution offices.
Several legal novelties have come into force in Croatia. The most important is the new law on oil and the oil derivatives market.
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.
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.