Karanovic & Nikolic offers a complete range of competition-law-related services across the jurisdictions of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia. .
The firm is proud of its extensive regional practice, independent legal knowledge and practical experience in each jurisdiction, where a professional work relationship is maintained with each of the competition authorities. Although Karanovic & Nikolic is noted for representing many major multinationals in the most notable competition matters in the region, many smaller local enterprises whose domestic growth, commercial practices or cross-border trade expose them to potential competition infringements are also represented by the firm. The competition department has a close understanding of all of the key regional industries and together with a shrewd understanding of the economic issues behind the competition law issues, clients are offered the most practical advice and solutions. The firm’s competition lawyers take a preventative approach towards compliance. An analysis of business practices, transactions and agreements for potential violations can help assess if there are any risks of competition infringement.
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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.
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Although there has been a downturn in M&A work, elections and legislative change have helped keep Serbia’s legal community busy
The Balkan economic climate continues to be stormy, but the arrest of Ratko Mladic and Serbia’s modernisation drive as it bids for EU membership are signs of better days to come. Joanne Harris reports