SERBIA: ABOLISHMENT OF THE ADVANTAGE FOR DOMESTIC BIDDERS AND GOODS IN PUBLIC PROCUREMENT PROCEDURES15.11.2018.
Upon the expiry of the 5 years period from the date of entry into force of the Stabilization and Association Agreement...Read more
ADOPTED AMENDMENTS OF THE BUILDING LEGALIZATION LAW15.11.2018.
On October 16th, 2018 the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia has adopted the Law on Amendments of the Building Legalization Law.Read more
Competition Newsletter: October 201808.11.2018.
Our competition newsletter for October is out!Read more
Senior Associate and Partner Promotion at Our Firm08.10.2018.
We are pleased to announce two promotions at our firm.Read more
We are now Doklestic Repic & Gajin08.10.2018.
Building on the tradition of Doklestic & Partners and DBP Advokati, we are pleased to announce that we are now Doklestic Repic & Gajin. This reflects our dynamic development during the past year and is a sign of exciting things to come.Read more
New Rulebook on employment work permits08.10.2018.
New Rulebook on Employment Work Permits within the competence of the Ministry of Labour, Employment, Veterans’ and Social Affairs is applicable from 25 August 2018.Read more
Competition Newsletter: September 201803.10.2018.
Our competition newsletter for September is out!Read more
Serbia: New Dawn Raids, Bid Rigging Probe Launched30.09.2018.
The Serbian NCA – Commission for Protection of Competition – has continued with its recent hyperactivity. This time, it has started an investigation against four pharmaceutical wholesalers, for alleged bid rigging.Read more
Mastercard’s Interchange Fees Investigated by Serbian Antitrust Watchdog24.09.2018.
The Serbian national competition authority (NCA) has launched an investigation against Mastercard. According to NCA’s website, the watchdog is investigating whether Mastercard’s interchange fees applicable in Serbia amount to an illegal restrictive agreement under Serbian competition law.Read more
Individual Exemption in Serbia: 201711.09.2018.
When it comes to restrictive agreements, Serbia still has a system of individual exemption based on prior notification to the NCA. And since the NCA has recently published a summary of all exemption decisions it adopted during 2017, it may be interesting to look at these in more depth.Read more