Miloš Vuckovic is a senior partner in Karanovic & Nikolic and advises on all aspects of corporate, commercial, environmental, real estate, and energy and infrastructure law.
Vuckovic has practiced with the firm for 18 years and has worked on many of the leading M&A transactions. His particular focus today is in the area of energy and infrastructure where he advises on renewables projects. He remains a solid real estate lawyer and assists major multinational companies building their factories and retail premises.
He is registered as an attorney at the Belgrade Bar Association and the International Bar Association (IBA).
Vuckovic is the author of Focus on Energy, Karanovic & Nikolic, Belgrade (2010) (2013). He is an active member of the Energy Law Group, an independent organisation bringing together leading Energy lawyers.
He is fluent in English, German and Serbian (written and spoken).
‘Miloš Vuckovic is “a pleasure to work with. He’s always open to discussions”, remarked a client. His broad practice covers corporate, commercial, environmental, energy and infrastructure issues’ – Chambers & Partners.
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