With litigation lawyers across our offices in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia, Karanovic & Nikolic are recognised by independent commentators as being one of the leading litigation practices in the region with a strong reputation for their commercial approach to resolving business disputes.
In addition to general commercial litigation and dispute resolution, the litigation department’s synergy with Karanovic & Nikolic’s other practice groups ensures that the highest level of expertise is made available to the client in all areas of commercial dispute resolution. Bringing a dispute to court is regarded as the option of last resort and in all instances an amicable solution is preferred. With an extensive client base ranging from local and international industries, financial institutions and global investors, the litigation team uphold the highest ethical standards while keeping the integrity of the client in mind at all times. The firm is proud to have extensive experience in dealing with the ICSID, ICC, UNCITRAL arbitrations, as well as arbitrations before the Foreign Trade Court of Arbitration in Belgrade. Furthermore, the firm also regularly deals with bankruptcy and restructuring-related litigation, the recognition of foreign judgments, maritime related-disputes, environmental issues and privatisation-related matters.
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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.
Analysis from The Lawyer
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