MPartners Legal Opens for Business in Serbia

MPartners Legal Opens for Business in Serbia

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A new law firm — MPartners Legal — has opened its doors for business in Belgrade.

MPartners has three partners, including Managing Partner Mihajlo Matkovic, plus another two full-time lawyers and what Matkovic describes as "five external counsel/ industry experts in Energy, PPP, Competition, Real Estate and Shipping, engaged from project to project basis and cooperative offices in all WB6 jurisdictions."

According to the firm, "as a new market player in the Serbian market, [it] aspires, to provide to its clients a unique blend of premium legal services primarily in Banking & Finance, Projects & Energy, Real Estate, White Collar & Government Investigations, Employment, Competition and Dispute Resolution." According to the firm "our business model is based on flexibility, strong sectoral expertise and prowess in tackling seemingly insoluble legal problems."

MPartners claims that "our experts have proven track records [as] part of legal teams on major transactions in the Serbian, Montenegrin, Macedonian and Bosnia & Herzegovina market, including the landmark Belgrade Airport Concession, the financing and construction of the first large scale Wind Farm in the WB6 region, the incorporation of the Bank of China, ... General Electric ... and Zijin Mining, one of the world biggest gold producers, on the acquisition of a mining business in Serbia."