Doklestic Repic & Gajin is a full-scale commercial law firm. The firm focuses on providing premium legal advice and representation to leading local and international clients. 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.
We advise clients across various industry sectors and practically in all legal areas that may be of importance to corporate clients. Thus, we have advised clients in the broad array of different industries, including:
- banking and finance
- medical protection & health care
- private security
- energy & infrastructure
- oil & gas
- logistics & transportation
- distribution and wholesale
- project management, etc.
Also, we regularly advise leading international investment funds active in this region (PE & VC) and have regular cooperation with international finance and investment advisory companies, as well as with leading international law firms – who often engage our law firm to act as their local legal counsels for the jurisdictions that we cover.
In order to ensure best possible and most efficient service to our clients, we have organized our work into specialized practice areas – departments. This enables us to benefit from specialization of our lawyers, which in turn allows them to provide tailored-made advice to our clients within short and pressing deadlines, which makes real added value to their business.
Our specialized legal departments include, inter alia, the following areas of legal expertise:
In addition, we have established strong professional relationships with leading firms and professionals in the areas of:
- real estate brokerage and development
- accounting and bookkeeping
- financial advisory services
which enables us, when need be, to offer our clients comprehensive service combining legal advisory and representation with other required professional support.
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