Nature of practice and clients
Karanovic & Nikolic is a leading corporate law firm with offices in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia. The firm offers unrivalled regional and sector specific coverage for investors.
The firm provides tailor-made advice at the highest professional level and over the years has acted on behalf of clients in many of the largest and most complex transactions. The firm takes pride in its reputation as a regional transaction and ongoing legal support powerhouse. The original values of the firm remain an integral part of its philosophy and approach to client work.
With over 80 lawyers, the firm is divided into different practice groups, enabling the lawyers to acquire in-depth knowledge of the specific practice areas and industries. Areas of particular expertise are:
- Mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures and privatisations.
- Real estate.
- Banking and finance.
- Energy and infrastructure.
- Telecom, media and technology.
- Dispute resolution.
- Restructuring and insolvency.
- Intellectual property.
The principal international rankings and directories place Karanovic & Nikolic as a leading legal services firm in all the markets where the firm operates.
Serbia - Head office
Resavska 2311000 BelgradeSerbiaT+381 11 3094 200F+381 11 3094 223
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Trg djece Sarajeva 1, BBI Centar71000 SarajevoBosnia & HerzegovinaT+387 33 261 535F+387 33 261 547
Gunduliceva 478000 Banja LukaBosnia & HerzegovinaT+387 51 250 001F+387 51 250 005
Radnicka 54/R310000 ZagrebCroatiaT+385 1 5601 330F+385 1 6011 410
Orce Nikolov 681000 SkopjeMacedoniaT+3892 3223 870F+3892 3223 871
Serdar Jola Piletica bb81000 PodgoricaMontenegroT+382 20 238 991F+382 20 238 984
- Private mergers and acquisitions in Croatia: overview
- Private mergers and acquisitions in Montenegro: overview
- Private mergers and acquisitions in Serbia: overview
- Private mergers and acquisitions in Macedonia: overview
- Private mergers and acquisitions in Bosnia and Herzegovina: overview
- Restraints of trade and dominance in Serbia: overview
- Merger control in the former Yugoslavian region: modern standards of review in underdeveloped markets
- Electricity regulation in Macedonia: overview
- Oil and gas regulation in Macedonia: overview
- Oil and gas regulation in Serbia: overview