The Slovenian National Assembly adopted the Class Action Law, which will implement an important institute to the Slovenian legal system, i.e. mechanism of class action.
ODI has advised SKB Banka D.D. Ljubljana as a financial creditor on the court-sanctioned procedure of preventive restructuring of approximately EUR 200 million of financial debt of the DZS Group companies Delo Prodaja, d.d., Terme Catez d.d., and DZS d.d.
4th and 5th of October 2017 in Casablanca, Morocco
The National Assembly of Slovenia has adopted the new Transnational Provision of Services Act regarding the posting of workers (the “Act”). The Act, which is scheduled to come into force on January 1, 2018, implements European Enforcement Directive 2014/67/EU and imposes new conditions for employers posting workers to and from Slovenia.
Karanovic & Nikolic has announced that former Peterka & Partners Partner Alexander Poels joined it on September 1, 2017 as Partner and Director of International Relations.
On-site inspections conducted by the Market Inspectorate of Slovenia in the last decade have shown that approximately 9% of all software installed on company computers lack the necessary permission of the rightful copyright holders. At the same time, over 40% of inspected companies had at least one unlawful computer program installed when inspected. Results show that SMEs are especially prone to such practices.
ODI has advised Fersped, a Slovenian transport company and a subsidiary of Slovenske Zeleznice (the Slovenian national railway company), in acquiring 100% control over logistics company VV-LOG. Debernardi & Partners advised sellers Daniel Tomljanovic and Dean Persic on the sale agreement, which was signed with several conditions precedent, including approval by the Slovenian Competition Authority. RMG advised Slovenske Zeleznice.
October 20, 2017 - Hyatt Regency Hotel, Belgrade
Schoenherr has advised Telekom Slovenije d.d. on the settlement of its contractual ties with IZI mobil d.d. ("IZI mobil").
In The Corner Office we invite Managing Partners at law firms from across the region to share information about their careers, management styles, and strategies. The question this time around: Is your personal practice more or less the one you anticipated when you finished law school, or did it change somehow in the interim?
Things are stable in Slovenia at the moment, according to ODI Law Managing Partner Uros Ilic. "The last few year were extremely busy because of the previously-distressed situation in Slovenia," he explains, "but now things are back to normal. On the M&A side you will not have as many large deals as in recent quarters, since the privatization work stream has completely dried up. A few deals in the pipeline, but nothing of a very big size. The sale of Cimos has finally been successfully concluded, the Gorenjska Banka sale and Cinkarna Celje are in process, and a few transactions are still in the pre-marketing stage It seems that we are also no longer the hot spot for NPL buyers, hedge funds and the like, as normal growth activities/business activities are back."