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Tomislav Sunjka

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Law Office of Tomislav Sunjka


The owner of Law office of Tomislav Sunjka Law expert in Commercial & Trade Law, the Energy Law, as well as within the International Commercial & Trade Law, Concession Law, Banking Law, Financial and Securities Law, the Law of International Donations, Arbitration.


Mr. Tomislav Sunjka has a good cooperation with the government administration and non-governmental sector in the country and region, with foreign governmental and non-governmental organizations, such as governmental organization SDC from Switzerland, FAO UN, EBRD. He represents and advises domestic private companies in Serbia, as well as some foreign companies, among which are AMC ALFAMetalcraft from Switzerland, KRАS SEZANA Slovenia, ETOL JVE Slovenia, America's Development Foundation ADF from USA (USAID), Midland Resources Holding Limited from Canada, Industry Union Danbas Ukraine, Syngenta AG, DANOS (BNP Paribas Paris), Attica media Greece, Beocolor-Chemco LTD (United Colors of Benetton, Italy) and others. Mr. Sunjka used to represent ProCreditBank, Merrill Lynch International, Meinl Capital Advisors AG and from time to time he undertakes part time cooperation with KULSKA BANKA (OTP bank), VOJVODJANSKA BANKA, RAIFFAISEN BANK. Mr. Tomislav Sunjka took part in the foreign investment of gasification of the Municipality of Sombor and takes part in legal transactions concerning private investments in civil engineering. Mr. Sunjka with his lawyers used to represent the Government of Montenegro in privatization procedure of Adriatic Shipyard Bijela, etc.


Excellent speaking reading and writing skills in following languages: Serbian, Macedonian, Bosnian, Slovenian, Croatian, English and Russian.


- Voivodina's Bar, the Association of the Lawyers of the Republic of Serbia - Kopaonik school of the Natural Law - non-governmental organization Forum Iuris which deals with development of the Law in Serbia - NALED – National Alliance for Local Economic Development.


Mr. Tomislav Sunjka was born on November 12th, 1973. In 1997. he graduated from the Law Faculty in Novi Sad, Vojvodina, the Republic of Serbia. He started to work voluntary at the Belgrade Stock Exchange. He passed the bar examination in 1998. and in 2000. started to run his own office as the self-governing legal entity. From that moment until now the Law office of Tomislav Sunjka changed and grew both in terms of people and in terms of space. At this time, the Law office of Tomislav Sunjka has 12 lawyers and is planning to grow in future by founding its branches abroad. Tomislav Sunjka has published several works by himself concerning the following issues: European Union Law, the Market of securities and the role of banks in the Market of securities, European Central Bank and European system of the central banks, the European conventionon of human rights and the Court in Strasbourg. Also, he has taken part in making several drafts of Law, collaborating with Cooperazione Italiana Nord Sud, prof. Alessandro Simoni (University of Florence, Faculty of Law) and prof. Avv. Vincenzo Varano, Ordinario di sistemi giuridici comparati Nell Universita di Firenze.


- Yachting/Bow riding - Skiing.


Corporate, M&A and privatisation

Within: Corporate, M&A and privatisation

Law Office of Tomislav Sunjka’s ‘skilled and dedicated lawyers’ act for international companies Vahali Service & Marine and Teranesia Holdings on corporate matters in Serbia. Other clients include Holcim and Airport Nikola Tesla. Tomislav Sunjka is ‘fast-thinking’ and ‘passionate about success and winning’.

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  • Serbia Adopts Law on Conditions for Secondment of Employees Abroad and their Protection

    The Parliament of the Republic of Serbia adopted the Law on Conditions for Secondment of Employees Abroad and their Protection (the “Law”). The Law will be applicable two months following its coming into force, i.e. 13 January 2016.
  • Amendments to Macedonian Labour Regulations

    Pursuant to recent labour regulation amendments, an employer could be released from the obligation to pay mandatory social contributions ( "Contributions" ) for the hired replacement of an employee on a maternity leave, if certain conditions are met. The main intention of these amendments is to increase the protection of female employees and to decrease the risk of termination of an employee due to pregnancy. In order to rely on this exemption, the employer must:
  • Croatia: The New Bankruptcy Act Aims to Accelerate Bankruptcy Proceedings and Resolve Non-Liquidity

    The recently adopted Croatian Bankruptcy Act (" SZ ") [1] sets out a new integrated pre-bankruptcy and bankruptcy regime. SZ has entirely replaced the previous bankruptcy act that was in force for 18 years, as well as provisions regulating pre-bankruptcy settlement proceedings prescribed under the Act on Financial Operations and Pre-bankruptcy Settlement [2] . read more
  • New regulation on reporting of credit operations with non-residents in Macedonia

    The National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia (“NBRM”) has adopted a new Decision on the Manner and Terms of Recording and Notification of Executed Credit Operations (“Decision”), which applies to credit operations of Macedonian residents with non-residents. This Decision was adopted at the beginning of October, and came into force on 1st November.
  • Macedonian ‘Safe Harbour’ agreement ruled invalid by the European Court of Justice

    On 6 October 2015, the European Court of Justice deemed the “Safe Harbour” agreement that allowed for the transfer of personal data from the EU to the US to be invalid. The “Safe Harbour” agreement was concluded in 2000 between the European Commission and the US government and essentially guarantees protection of personal data transferred by American companies from the EU to the US. In practice, it allowed companies (such as Facebook, Google, Apple etc.) to self-regulate the protection of EU citizens’ data in carrying out exports to US data centres.
  • New Law on Consensual Financial Restructuring

    As of 3 February 2016, the new Law on Consensual Financial Restructuring (“Law”) will introduce an improved framework for voluntary debt restructuring in Serbia (“Restructuring”). The Law was adopted as a part of a national strategy to address the increasing number of non-performing loans in the country, which was adopted in August 2015 (“Strategy”).[1] The Law will replace the existing Law on Consensual Financial Restructuring of 2011, which produced modest results in practice.
  • The Rulebook Governing VAT Registration of Foreign Entities Enacted

    In accordance with the latest amendments to the VAT Law, the Ministry of Finance has adopted a Rulebook on the Manner and Procedure of Approving Tax Representation for the purpose of Value Added Tax ( Rulebook ). The Rulebook outlines the procedure and documentary requirements for VAT registration of foreign entities in Serbia.
  • Serbian Competition Commission Intensifies Enforcement

    The Serbian Commission for Protection of Competition did not seem to relax much during the summer months, actually intensifying efforts to enforce competition law by launching several investigations.
  • New Personal Income Tax Law in the Republic of Srpska

    On 16 July 2015, the Parliament of Republic of Srpska (“RS”) adopted a new Law on Personal Income Tax (“Law”) which came into force on September 1st 2015.
  • Law on Conversion Adopted in Serbia

    On 28 July 2015 the newly enacted “Law on Conversion” (the “Law ”) which sets out the procedure for converting the right of use into ownership rights over construction land for a fee (the “Conversion ”), will come in force.