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Rodoljub Sabic and Aleksandar Resanovic recently discussed personal data protection.
The Foreign Investors Council held its annual Reality Check Conference on 7 May where Karanovic & Nikolic labour law expert Mirko Kovac moderated working session I.
The services local CROs provide to foreign affiliates do not qualify as services to clinical trials.
Karanovic & Nikolic partners attended the recent Serbian Private Equity Association / TMA event on NPL portfolio and distressed asset sales.
Russia is unlikely to sit idly by as the EU plans new energy corridor.
How to apply for a tax exemption to build facilities such as luxury hotels and energy plants.
Karanovic & Nikolic’s Patricia Gannon, Andrea Wilson and Stevan Dimitrijevic attended the recent Sarajevo Business Forum.
Karanovic & Nikolic has advised Serbia Broadband on its acquisition that will make EUnet a member of United Group.
Dejan Nikolic has joined the Turnaround Management Association: a global non-profit organisation serving as a forum for corporate renewal professionals...
Serbia implemented a support scheme for renewable energy in its legal system for the first time in 2009.