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    • Dejan Bogdanovic - Mikijelj Jankovic & Bogdanovic
    • Dragomir Kojić - Karanović & Nikolić
    • Mihajlo Zatezalo - Petoševic

Next generation lawyers

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Mikijelj Jankovic & Bogdanovic has expertise in trade marks, patents, designs, and geographical indications. Other areas of strength include plant varieties, copyright, domain names, and IP litigation. The team advised Opel on trade mark registrations. Dejan Bogdanovic ‘gives pragmatic advice’ and Mara Janković is ‘extremely capable’; other key contacts are Katarina Radović, Vladimir Djerić, and attorney-at-law Lena Petrović.

Petoševic is highly rated for the prosecution and enforcement of patents and trade marks, and customs enforcement. Former Serbia office director Mihajlo Zatezalo became regional manager (Western Balkans), while attorney-at-law Mirjana Živković was made Serbia office head. Ivan Matić is a highly regarded senior associate.

Providing advice that is practical’, BDK Advokati assists with trade marks, copyright and patents. The firm also has experts in data protection law. Bogdan Ivanišević is ‘very professional’; and Vera Davidović and Marko Popović are key associates.

Karanović & Nikolić assists with obtaining IP rights, as well as their maintenance, development, protection, and exploitation. Colgate-Palmolive is a client. Dragomir Kojić and senior associate Relja Mirkov are the main advisers.

Law Office Miroslav Stojanovic, in cooperation with Wolf Theiss is experienced in trade mark and design filings; the team also assists with copyright matters and IP litigation. Nataša Lalović Marić is highly rated and attorney Iskra Lazić ‘adapts to clients’ requests’.

Moravcevic Vojnovic and Partners in cooperation with Schoenherr has a particular focus on copyright, trade marks, and transaction-related IP work. The team is also highly regarded for IP prosecution and IP enforcement work. Andrea Radonjanin is ‘a great negotiator’.

JPM Jankovic Popovic & Mitic’s ‘level of service is very high’. The team advises on the filing of trade marks, patents and design applications, and IP infringements. Bojan Šunderić is a highly regarded senior associate.

Joksovic, Stojanovic & Partners has expertise in trade marks, patents, industrial design and copyright. Dragan Psodorov is ‘truly professional’; and Alex Petrovic is another key adviser.

Stankovic & Partners is ‘very helpful’. The team advises on portfolio management and IP protection strategies. Nenad Stankovic is the main contact.

Zivkovic & Samardzic Law Office’s ‘excellent practice’ ranges from filing single trade mark applications to managing large portfolios. Slobodan Kremenjak is ‘efficient’ and associate Vesna Živković is also well regarded.

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