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Work +386 1 252 8000
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Miro Senica

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Work +386 1 252 8000
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Law Firm Miro Senica and Attorneys, Ltd.

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Law office Miro Senica and attorneys, Ltd.

Position

Founding and Managing Partner Miro Senica is the founder of the firm and has been managing it from its early beginnings in 1986. He was closely involved in the development of the organizational structure of the firm and all strategic decisions, while the firm has grown to become the largest law firm in Slovenia. Miro Senica has at the same time also acted as an Attorney at Law in some of the most noticeable cases in Slovenia.

Career

1986- • Law firm Miro Senica and attorneys, d.o.o. - Founding and Managing Partner, Attorney at Law Acted as an Attorney at Law in the most important intellectual property, competition (antitrust), mergers and acquisitions cases in Slovenia since 1986 1983-1985 • Jugotekstil-Impex - Director of the Department for Cooperation with Foreign Markets - Development of market for sales of heavy textiles in the USA • The Permanent Court of Arbitration attached to the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia - Arbitrator • The European Centre for Dispute Resolution (ECDR) - Arbitrator • Ministry of Justice - Official Examiner for the Slovenian State Bar Exam

Languages

Slovenian, English, Croatian, Serbian, German.

Member

• DIRO • GLOBALAW • INTUITU ATTORNEYS & BUSINESS • IDI (THE INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTION INSTITUTE PROJECT) • STATE CAPITAL GROUP • WORLD SERVICES GROUP • LANSKY • AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE • BRITISH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE • DEUTSCH-SLOWENISCHE INDUSTRIE- UND HANDELSKAMMER

Education

Education and professional qualifications: • 1982 University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Law (Graduate in Law) • 1986 Slovenian State Bar Exam (Entered into the Registry of Attorneys at Law)


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Law Firm Miro Senica and Attorneys, Ltd. is a 'one-stop shop', fielding professionals who 'always try to find the best commercial solution'.  Miro Senica is currently leading a team, which is representing T2 in groundbreaking litigation against state-owned company Telekom Slovenije over the latter's alleged abuse of a dominant position in the Slovenian telecoms sector. Ljuba Zupančič Čokert 'always evaluates the problem from a business point of view'. Uroš Čop is 'outstanding'. Katarina Kresal  is also a notable individual. Katja Šumah made partner in June 2018. Counsel Anastasiia Poels joined from PETERKA & PARTNERS in January 2018.  Mojca Muha departed to become a high court judge in March 2018.

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