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12 April 2018

Impact of the GDPR on the West Balkans

The General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR"), which is expected to create a high-level and uniform framework for data protection in the European Union, becomes applicable on 25 May 2018. Under the conditions set by the GDPR,...
16 März 2018

Presentation "FIDIC New Suite of Contracts, Second Edition, 2017" to be held in three jurisdictions

Moravčević Vojnović and Partners in cooperation with Schoenherr and FIDIC representatives are organising a presentation - FIDIC New Suite of Contracts, Second Edition, 2017 - which will be held in three locations: Belgrade,...
08 März 2018

Arbitrators Conflicts: The Art of Disclosing conference to be held in Belgrade

Moravčević Vojnović and Partners in cooperation with Schoenherr and ICC Young Arbitrators Forum (ICC YAF) are organising a conference in Belgrade - Arbitrators Conflicts: The Art of Disclosing.This conference will focus on the...
27 Juli 2017 | newsletters

Serbian Competition Authority Steps Up Antritrust Enforcement

The Serbian Commission for Protection of Competition (the "Commission") recently intensified its antitrust activities before the new Administrative Act came into effect. In one week alone the Commission initiated four antitrust...
23 Mai 2017

Call Recording by Customer Services under Montenegrin Law

As customer service call recording concerns personal data protection, under what conditions is it allowed in Montenegro?   Legal framework Two laws regulate call recording: the Electronic Communications Act (Zakon o elektronskim...
13 März 2017

When Arbitration Meets Insolvency in Montenegro - Can They Coexist?

Even at first blush, it is apparent that arbitration and insolvency make strange bedfellows.The reason they make such an odd couple is the different underlying policies, objectives, and purposes they stand for. The heart of...
25 Januar 2017

Amendments to the Criminal Code - criminalization of restrictive agreements in Serbia. Who should be concerned?

 25 January 2017 | legal insightsThe recent amendments to the Criminal Code, which will take effect on 1 March 2018, introduce the criminal offence of conclusion of restrictive agreement. The new Article 229 of the Criminal Code...
25 Oktober 2016

Serbia: How to Fight the Abuse of Sick Leave – Is There a Solution?

25 October 2016 | legal insights Large-scale industry employers in Serbia often face the problem of high absenteeism due to abuse of sick leave by employees.These cases repeat throughout the year and negatively affect the...
30 August 2016

Security for Costs in Investment Arbitration: Who Should Bear the Risk of an Impecunious Claimant?

30 August 2016 | legal insights When allocating costs, investment arbitration tribunals apply two principles: a “pay your own way” principle which provides that each party pays its own...