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BDK Advokatiprovides sound advice’. The firm has retail, telecoms and pharmaceutical sectoral expertise. The ‘knowledgeable’ Tijana Kojović acted for Imperial Tobacco in an investigation into price fixing allegations. Vladlena Rudusāne-Simić is a key consultant.

Gecic Lawhas superb knowledge of EU laws’. The team is focused on antitrust and competition law, state aid and trade policy negotiations. It successfully represented the government of Serbia and Zelezara Smederevo in the first-ever anti-dumping proceedings against Serbia before the European Commission. Bogdan Gecić ‘gives expert advice’; and Marija Papić is a highly regarded senior associate.

JPM Jankovic Popovic & Mitic is experienced in M&A-related notifications; restrictive agreements’ exemptions; compliance; and investigation proceedings. Nikola Poznanović is highly rated and Bojana Javorić was promoted to senior associate.

Karanović & Nikolić acts in antitrust investigations and assists with merger matters, including compliance issues. The key names are Rastko Petaković and Bojan Vučković, along with senior associates Bojana Miljanović and Veljko Smiljanić.

Moravcevic Vojnovic and Partners in cooperation with Schoenherr is recommended for antitrust investigations; merger control proceedings; damages litigation; and compliance. Srdjana Petronijević is ‘a leading lawyer’; and attorney- at-law Danijel Stevanović is also highly regarded.

Petrikic & Partneri AOD in cooperation with CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz’s Raško Radovanović advised British American Tobacco on antitrust compliance programmes. Attorney-at-law Srđan Janković is the key contact.

Bojović & Partners stands out for abuse of dominance cases; and it provides ongoing advice to Samsung on competition law matters. Uros Popovic is ‘experienced’.

Law Office Miroslav Stojanovic, in cooperation with Wolf Theiss’ practice covers merger filings, leniency programmes, restrictive agreements, and dominance issues. Senior associates Maja Stanković and Marina Bulatović are highly rated.

NKO Partners advised Erste Card Club with the competition law aspects of its acquisitions. Djuro Otasevic is ‘very experienced’.

Prica & Partners recently assisted Ferrero International with obtaining the approval for its merger. Darija Ognjenovic is highly rated.

Stankovic & Partners’ of counsel Milos Androvic is recommended for abuse of dominance cases, restrictive agreements, merger control matters, and compliance issues.

Zivkovic & Samardzic Law Office assists with abuse of dominance and cartel proceedings and investigations. Slobodan Kremenjak ‘provides valuable advice’.

Bojanovic & Partners’ ‘absolutely exceptional team’ advised a Hungarian electricity incumbent on merger filings. Vladimir Bojanović is ‘a great business lawyer’.

Doklestic & Partnersprovides top-level services’. The practice covers restrictive agreements, abuse of dominance, merger control and state aid. Dragan Gajin and of counsel Igor Nikolic are the key contacts.

Harrisons Solicitors’ ‘advice is commercial’. The team advised Coeval (UK) on a proposed distribution agreement. Consultants Goran Martinovic and Ines Matijevic-Papulin and senior associate Jovan Cirkovic are the key advisers.

Joksovic, Stojanovic & Partners regularly handles the competition law aspects of M&A deals. Milan Joksovic is highly rated and Petar Stojanovićhas a professional approach’.

Kinstellar/Zajednicka advokatska kancelarija Maric & Mujezinovic recently advised on the filing aspects of merger deals. Branislav Marić is ‘very reliable’.

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