The National Bank of Serbia has invested significant efforts to harmonize national regulations in the field of payment systems with those of the EU.
Bojovic & Partners has advised the Poseidon Group, a British property investment, development, and management company, on the structuring of its co-investment partnership in the Capitol Park Sombor retail park project with Mitiska REIM, which was advised by Schoenherr.
The 2017 CEE Legal Matters General Summit took place at the Intercontinental Hotel in Warsaw on June 1-2, 2017, once again bringing together well over a hundred General Counsel and Heads of Legal from across Central and Eastern Europe for two full days (and one entertaining evening) of seminars, panel discussions, best practices review, and networking. This year’s event — the third annual, following the 2015 GC Summit in Budapest and the 2016 GC Summit in Istanbul — was the biggest and most successful yet.
On May 31 and June 1, 2017, CEE Legal Matters was proud to host a rare event: A gathering of those senior lawyers from each Central and Eastern European country identified by peers as being most influential, most important, most uniquely responsible for having created the country’s modern commercial legal market.
Serbian national electricity company, Electric Power Industry of Serbia (“EPS”), is working actively on the development of systems for generation of renewables. Some of the most important ventures at the moment are construction of solar and wind farm in Kostolac, a small town in the eastern part of Serbia, as well as support to investments in the field of biofuels.
November 7th 2017
Serbia's MIM Law has announced that former Karanovic & Nikolic Partner Tanja Unguran has joined the firm as a Partner.
5 October 2017 - Belgrade, Serbia, Metropole Palace Hotel
Based on Memorandum of Understanding signed by Serbia's Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, Serbia's Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Austria's Federal Foreign Ministry, Austria's Federal Economic Chamber, JPM has provided support to a project dedicated to develop the dual education system in Serbia.
JPM has advised the sellers of I.KOM, one of the largest cable TV, broadband Internet, and telephone industry providers in Serbia, on its takeover by SBB. The identities of the sellers — three SPVs ultimately owned by three private individuals — was not disclosed. Moravcevic Vojnovic and Partners in cooperation with Schoenherr advised SBB on the takeover.
“There is quite a lot going on, on both the political and economic sides” says Milan Samardzic, Partner at Samardzic Oreski and Grbovic law firm in Belgrade, although he concedes that, in the period leading up to the recent April 2 election (which resulted in the election of Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic to President), much work has been put on hold. Indeed, Serbia has gone through two straight years of elections, Samardzic points out, causing the country a more extensive period of inactivity than might otherwise have been expected.
At the moment, data protection in Serbia is primarily regulated by the provisions of the Law on Personal Data Protection, enacted in 2008, with the last amendments from 2012 (the “Law”). Naturally, a number of other laws also regulate certain aspects of data protection, and these other laws are to be interpreted together with the basic principles and general rules of the Law.