Lasting partnerships

We see our clients as our long term partners and not as one-time customers.

Lasting partnerships

We see our clients as our long term partners and not as one-time customers.

Dr Dragan Gajin, LL.M.

Practice Area

  • Competition/Antitrust
  • Corporate, Commercial, M&A
  • Contract Law
  • State Aid
  • Private Enforcement

Contact Details

Dr Dragan Gajin, LL.M.

PARTNER

Education

LL.B. – University of Novi Sad Faculty of Laws
LL.M. – Duke University School of Law (USA)
S.J.D. – Central European University (Budapest)

Primary areas of expertise

Competition/Antitrust
Corporate, Commercial, M&A
Contract Law
State Aid
Private Enforcement

Languages

Serbian (Native)
English
Russian
Hungarian

Membership

Belgrade Bar Association

New York Bar (co-chair of the Serbia Chapter of the New York State Bar Association)

Experience

Dr Dragan Gajin is an attorney admitted in Serbia and New York, predominantly focusing on competition law. Prior to joining Doklestic and Partners, where he heads the firm’s competition practice, Dragan worked for some of the leading law firms in Serbia. He has been involved in numerous regional transactions, covering competition law and various transaction issues.

 

News And Events

DR&G Advises Adria Airways in State Aid Issue with Air Serbia

In a landmark State aid matter, Doklestic Repic & Gajin has advised Slovenian airline Adria Airways in relation to potentially unlawful State aid granted to Air Serbia.

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Competition Newsletter: May 2019

Our competition newsletter for May is out!

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Montenegro: Concession Act for Airports of Montenegro returned for review

The Government of Montenegro (MNE) did not deliberate on Thursday (16 May 2019) on the proposal of the Concession Act for Airports of Montenegro [...]

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Antitrust: EC fines five banks for participating in Forex spot trading cartel

The European Commission has fined Barclays, RBS, Citigroup, JPMorgan and MUFG €1.07 billion!

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Antitrust: Commission fines AB InBev 200 MEUR for restricting cross-border sales of beer

The European Commission has fined AB InBev €200.409.000,00 for breaching EU antitrust rules!

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