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Bojanovic & Partners is a full-scale commercial law firm providing broad spectrum of legal services across all industry areas. The team is composed of senior lawyers educated both locally and abroad in civil law and common law jurisdictions. This enables the firm’s lawyers to fully understand the client’s needs, ideas, requirements and expectations, and to provide them with the legal advice that creates added value for their business. Over the years, Bojanovic & Partners gathered a team of lawyers with expertise across all industry sectors. Furthermore, in 2016, the firm established a network affiliation with distinguished and reputable independent law firms from Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Slovenia, which enriched the spectrum of legal services and allow the firm to handle regional deals with ease. In addition, in order to meet the needs of German and French speaking clients, the firm developed specialized German and French desks. These desks are composed of German and French speaking lawyers, educated at leading universities and trained at leading international law firms in Germany, France, Austria and Serbia.

We are a full-scale law firm providing legal advice across all industry sectors: Banking and Finance, Corporate M&A, Competition and Antitrust, Commercial, Employment, Real Estate, Dispute Resolution, Insolvency, Restructuring & Reorganizations, Private Equity & Venture Capital, Regulatory, Compliance & White Collar Crime, Tax, IP - Intellectual Property, Energy and Infrastructure, Telecommunications, Pharmaceuticals. Among all the above mentioned areas of our expertise, we provide a short overview of our core practices:

Corporate M&A

Our clients include multinational, international and domestic companies operating in Serbia, as well as their majority and minority shareholders and management. Together with our regulatory specialists, our corporate/M&A team offers industry-specific know-how across the following sectors: energy, financial institutions, TMT, automotive, healthcare and pharmaceuticals, and FMCG.

Banking & Finance

Our team of trained professionals counts with experience in all areas of banking and finance. Due to our in-depth sector and industry knowledge of such regulated industries as banking and finance, we have grown a client list that includes financial institutions, banks, corporations, insurance companies, private pension funds, mutual funds, hedge funds, governmental bodies, private companies, and private wealth individuals.


We advise clients on all legal aspects of labour and employment law. Our clients include leading multinational, international and domestic companies, international and governmental agencies and organizations, as well as individuals. Additionally, some of our clients include famous athletes for whom we regulate their employment status with their sport-clubs, as we are one of the very few (if not the only) law firms having a specialized sports law department.


Our Energy Practice is one of the strongest in the region, and the firm gained some of the landmark deals in the history of Serbia.

  • Partners: 4
  • Senior Associates: 13
  • Associates: 5
  • Breakdown of work %
  • Corporate M&A: 40%
  • Banking & Finance: 20%
  • Employment: 20%
  • Energy: 20%

  • Languages
  • French
  • German
  • Spanish
  • Croatian
  • Bosnian
  • Serbian
  • Englisch
  • Montenegrin
  • Member
  • AmCham American Chamber of Commerce
  • International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)
  • Serbian Bar Association
  • Adriala – association of legal experts
  • SPEA – Serbian Private Equity Association

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