Our Job is to add value to clients businesses.
Doklestic Repic & Gajin is a full-scale law firm focusing on all aspects of business law based in Belgrade, Serbia. We have been recognized on the market as a premium law firm that is distinctive in its approach to clients and their businesses. Our clients include leading multinational and domestic corporations, as well as most prominent international organizations, business associations, domestic NGOs, etc. Likewise, we often advise and represent individuals who need protection of their legal rights and interests.
While our law firm is headquarted in Belgrade, Serbia, we are aware of increasing regional needs of our clients. For that reason, we have established strong relationships with leading independent law firms in neighboring jurisdictions of Montenegro, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Macedonia, which enables us to service our clients also in those jurisdictions through our dedicated regional desks specialized for those jurisdictions.
We are proud of five basic principles that define who we are and how we approach the job we do:
Premium legal service
We set high standards in providing legal services. Our legal service is far above the market standards.
We do not fit into a conventional stereotype of a lawyer who would as a rule disregard financial, strategic, operational, organizational and other non-legal aspects of clients’ businesses. Many of our lawyers are dually educated holding degrees from both law schools and business schools.
Our business model allows us to deliver results at reasonable price. We do not overcharge for anything.
Integrity and Accountability
We never compromise our integrity, and we always stay independent in our opinion.
Long-term Relationships with Clients
We build long-term relationships with our clients, looking at them as our long lasting business partners.
News And Events
Individual Exemption in Serbia: 2018
Serbia still has a system of individual exemption of restrictive agreements based on prior notification. What kind of agreements were exempted during 2018?Read more
Serbia: Wait for First Cross-Border Antitrust Fine Continues
Last year, the Serbian national competition authority (NCA) for the first time launched an antitrust probe against a foreign-based entity. The NCA has now terminated the investigation, which means that the wait for the first cross-border antitrust fine in Serbia continues.Read more
Serbia: Law on Lobbying stepped into force on 14 August 2019
On 9 November 2018, the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia adopted a Law on Lobbying!Read more
Bosnia: Acquisition of Cable Operator Cleared Conditionally
The Bosnian competition authority has conditionally cleared the acquisition of a local cable operator by a telecom incumbent.Read more