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Bojović & Partners’ ‘proactive team’ advises on immigration, outsourcing, terminations and redundancies, disputes, and senior executive issues. Recent work includes assisting Samsung with redundancies. Vuk Draskovic is ‘highly reliable’ and Jelena Milacic is a key senior associate.

Joksovic, Stojanovic & Partners recently defended Siemens doo Beograd against labour disputes. Milica Vesić and Dejan Culafic are highly rated.

Karanović & Nikolić’s highlights included advising Henkel Srbija on individual dismissals and mobbing regulation queries. Senior associate Milena Jakšić Papac and Marjan Poljak are the key advisers.

Mikijelj Jankovic & Bogdanovic’s practice includes advising on working conditions, employment regulations, whistleblowing, and litigation. Katarina Radović advised a tobacco company on the employment of foreigners.

BDK Advokati’s ‘responsive lawyers’ are highly regarded for immigration advice; employment policies; whistleblowing; collective bargaining; contentious terminations; and redundancies. Ana Jankov is the name to note.

Bojanovic & Partners’ highlights included advising a software company on employee rights and restrictive covenants. Vladimir Bojanović is ‘very helpful’.

JPM Jankovic Popovic & Mitic’s ‘excellent team’ advises on redundancies; health and safety; compliance; trade union negotiations; and inter-company employee transfers. The key practitioners are Nikola Janković, Zorica Alavantić and senior associate Jelena Aleksić.

Law Office Miroslav Stojanovic, in cooperation with Wolf Theiss advises on redundancy and hiring programmes; collective bargaining agreements; management contracts; and employee claims. Miroslav Stojanović is ‘a solid adviser’.

Moravcevic Vojnovic and Partners in cooperation with Schoenherr’s ‘top-class team’ assists with the employment aspects of M&A deals; internal disciplinary procedures; and executive exits and management agreements. The ‘very experienced’ Marija Zdravkovic and the ‘impressive’ Nataša Lalatović Đorđević are key attorneys-at-law.

Prica & Partners advised Crédit Agricole and Sanofi on the implementation of global employees’ stock purchase plans in Serbia. Senior associate Jelena Edelman is highly rated.

Doklestic & Partners regularly advises subsidiaries of Philip Morris International in Serbia on employment documents, collective agreements, reorganisations, and labour law disputes. Slobodan Doklestic is ‘excellent’.

At Harrisons Solicitors, senior associate Jelena Asanin, who ‘gives sound advice’, advised Fiat Automobili Srbija on potential labour disputes.

Petrikic & Partneri AOD in cooperation with CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz acts for Colgate-Palmolive on employee transfers, contracts, and terminations. Senior attorney Ksenija Ivetić Marlović is the key adviser.

Samardžić, Oreški & Grbović Law Firm has expertise in workplace policies; employment and termination agreements; and compliance. Marija Oreški Tomašević is highly regarded.

Stankovic & Partners’ Nenad Stankovic assists with employment contracts, foreign employee issues, and redundancy procedures.

Vukovic & Partners’ Aleksandra Ćalić Bošković ‘understands the essence of every problem’, and is recommended for collective agreements and employee rights; working permits and labour disputes.

Zivkovic & Samardzic Law Office advises on redundancies; reorganisations; union negotiations; employment disputes; and executive terminations. Jovana Tomić is ‘extremely knowledgeable’; Ana Popović is also a key contact.

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