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The firm

TSG law office Tomic Sindjelic Groza is one of the leading national law offices in Serbia with an international orientation. It provides services to national and international clients in Serbia in English, German, Russian and Serbian. The law office was founded in 2000 by a group of Serbian lawyers with international education. Today this law office is known in the market for providing to its clients highly efficient services with a personal and experienced touch.

The firm is dynamic, focused and efficient in achieving its clients’ goals. It has superb legal expertise and confident knowledge of the local legal scene, and it always ensures cost-effective options for its clients. The firm believes it is important to have strong client relationships. In communication with its clients it clarifies in detail the commercial and legal aspects of the solutions it offers. It is always there to provide counsel to its clients in person, communicating in German, English, Russian and Serbian. The effects of this approach are clearly visible in a report by one of its clients in The Legal 500, stating: ‘these lawyers find the time to understand client’s business, before giving advice… its attentive approach is outstanding’.

The firm is dynamic, focused and efficient in achieving its clients’ goals. It has superb legal expertise and confident knowledge of the local legal scene, and it always ensures cost-effective options for its clients.

The firm believes it is important to have strong client relationships. In communication with its clients it clarifies in detail the commercial and legal aspects of the solutions it offers. It is always there to provide counsel to its clients in person, communicating in German, English, Russian and Serbian. The effects of this approach are clearly visible in a report by one of its clients in The Legal 500, stating: ‘these lawyers find the time to understand client’s business, before giving advice… its attentive approach is outstanding’.The firm works as a team to find the best solution. Therefore, it sets up teams depending on its clients’ requirements. Creative thought and work is essential to operations in the very dynamic legal environment of the Serbian market. New legal regulations are being developed and interrelated, and it is the firm’s creativity that is key to its success. It works out practical and efficientsolutions, tailored to the business needs of its clients.

Areas of practice

TSG provides services in all its practice areas, fine-tuning its expertise to meet the clients’ needs efficiently, punctually and bearing in mind clients’ future in Serbian and international markets. The firm considers difficult situations a challenge, which is why reputable clients in Serbia seek its advice: clients’ success is the firm’s success. This approach has resulted in successful relationships with clients and won the firm the reputation of one of the leading law offices in the Serbian market. TSG is a winner of the Corporate INTL Legal Awards for 2015 as the ‘Corporate Governance Law Firm of the Year in Serbia’. TSG was named ‘Foreign Investment Law Firm of the Year in Serbia’ at the Corporate INTL Global Awards for 2016.

Contacts Ljubica Tomic (ljubica.tomic@tsg.rs)

LanguagesEnglish
German
Russian
Serbian

MemberSerbian Bar Association
Serbian-German Business Association
INTA
Serbian Arbitration Association
Swiss-Serbian Chamber of Commerce
Camera di Commercio Italo-Serba
Slovenian Business Club

Number of lawyers 10

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