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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.
A new Criminal Procedure Code was enacted in Serbia in October 2013. The code has introduced the new concept of investigative proceedings into the process.
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.
Karanovic & Nikolic has released the September 2013 issue of its Regional Energy News publication.
Karanovic and Nikolic has released an overview of intellectual property highlights in Serbia, Slovenia and Kosovo during September.
Processing personal data on the basis of an employee’s ‘consent’ may not be considered a valid legal basis due to the unequal relations between an employer and an employee.
Amendments to the Croatian Act on Financial Operations and Pre-bankruptcy Settlement Proceedings became applicable on 7 September 2013.
The Parliament of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina has recently adopted the Law on Property Rights.
Karanovic & Nikolic presents a brief overview of some of the burning topics from this exciting and innovative field of intellectual property for the region of South East Europe.
The main piece of legislation concerning antitrust matters in Serbia is the Competition Law (2009). The law is modelled after EU competition law and practice.
The recently adopted Montenegrin Law on Prevention of Illegal Business introduces a number of new concepts in the process of fiscal consolidation and combating grey market.
Following the last amendments to the tax laws, the Ministry of Finance has prepared several rulebooks to help implement the amended legal provisions.
The Serbian Ministry of Energy has finally adopted the official model PPA and preliminary PPA.
The Ministry of Finance and Economy continues its intensive work on amendments to the tax laws in Serbia.
Serbia’s Ministry of Finance and Economy continues its intensive work on amendments to the tax laws.
The Serbian parliament has adopted the Law on Amendments of the Labour Law.
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.