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Marko Milanovic

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Mihaj, Ilic & Milanovic Law Firm

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Litigation, Corporate and Commercial Law, Insolvency & Restructuring, Enforcement, Constitutional Appeals & ECHR, Administrative Proceedings, Pharmaceuticals




His main areas of practice include litigation, commercial, corporate, pharmaceutical, administrative proceedings, bankruptcy & restructuring and enforcement. Marko has extensive experience in debt collection, injunction / interim measure proceedings, restructuring / UPPR, representation in creditor assemblies and boards of creditors as well as counseling individuals and companies in matters relating to insolvency and business rescue, exit solutions and strategies. His comprehensive practice includes multiple high-stake cases in Montenegro, earning him recognition in the local market. He has a very broad practice that includes acting for clients from industries such as metals & mining, leisure, accommodation, construction (including FIDIC), banking, pharmaceuticals and healthcare, chemicals, manufacturing, IT and others.








Belgrade Bar Association


Belgrade University School of Law, LLB

Belgrade University School of Law in cooperation with the Centre Européen Universitaire de Nancy, LLM


Commercial, corporate and M&A

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&A

Mihaj, Ilic & Milanovic Law Firm’s ‘creative team’ has deal expertise in the healthcare, pharmaceutical, energy, infrastructure, manufacturing, and aviation sectors. Marko Milanović is highly rated and Tanja Unguranhas a good eye for detail’.

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Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

Mihaj, Ilic & Milanovic Law Firm is ‘strong and experienced’; its areas of strength include arbitration, enforcement issues, insolvency, and acting for claimants and defendants in white-collar crime disputes. Nemanja Ilić is ‘very energetic’. Marko Milanović and Senka Mihaj are ‘excellent’.

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  • Privatisation Disputes

    This article was written by  Milan Lazić, Senior  Partner , and  Milica Savić, Senior Associate , and originally published in the "Reshaping the boundaries of arbitrability: Are we heading forward?" publication by the  Permanent Arbitration at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia .
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    This article was written by Dragomir Kojić, Partner ⃰, and Tamara Bubalo, Associate ⃰, and was originally published in Issue 5.2 of the CEE Legal Matters Magazine. To see the original article, please follow this link.
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    This article was written by Petar Mitrović, Partner ⃰, and Nikolina Kažić, Associate ⃰, and was originally published in Issue 5.2 of the CEE Legal Matters Magazine To see the original article, please follow this
  • Montenegro To Publish A Tender For A 200 MW Solar Power Plant

    The Montenegrin Government plans to publish a tender for the lease of state land for the purpose of constructing a solar power plant in the municipality of Ulcinj. According to the announcement, the tender envisages a total of 6,621,121 square meters of land for the planning, construction, exploitation, and maintenance of a solar power plant at Briska gora, in the very south of Montenegro.
  • Laying the Foundations: ZF Group Building a Factory in Serbia

    The Karanović & Nikolić team, led by Senior Partner Marjan Poljak and Senior Associates ⃰ Ana Stanković and Ana Luković, advised ZF Friedrichshafen on the project of opening an electric vehicle parts factory in Pančevo, Serbia. The German company, a global leader specialising in the design, research and development, and manufacturing activities in the automotive industry, laid the foundations and began construction on 21 June 2018.
  • Interview with Patricia Gannon: The Importance of Female Leadership in Law Today

    Patricia Gannon, founding partner at Karanović & Nikolić, was recently appointed Chair of the European Forum at the International Bar Association . In this interview, she discusses her role at the helm of the largest global gathering of legal professionals and tackles the important topic of diversity in law, as well as female leadership from her unique perspective as female co-founder of a leading law firm from Southeast Europe.
  • Raspberries and IT: New Sector Inquiries by the Serbian Competition Commission

    The Serbian Competition Commission (the " Commission ") recently finished sector inquiries concerning quite distinct industries – raspberries and the public procurement for software and hardware. The aim behind the inquiries was to perform extensive market research and analysis in order to acquire a clearer picture of the possible antitrust issues and risks in two sectors widely perceived as strategic for the development of the Serbian economy.
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    The Serbian Competition Commission (the " Commission ") continues its diligent examination of the Serbian competitive landscape in specific industries, this time with inquiries in two more industries – sportswear (including footwear and sporting equipment) and oil (petroleum products). Once again, the aim behind the market test was to identify potential issues on the relevant markets and provide broader insight into the functioning of the relevant markets.
  • New Amendments to Serbian Tax Laws

    At the end of 2017, the Serbian Parliament passed amendments to Serbian tax laws, including the Law on Personal Income Tax (PIT Law), the Law on Contributions on Mandatory Social Insurance (CMSI Law), the Law on Corporate Income Tax (CIT Law), and the Law on Value Added Tax (VAT Law).
  • Permit-free Regime for Construction in Montenegro

    The new Construction Law entered into force in Montenegro and it is meant to unify construction, zoning regulations and deal with illegal objects. However, some provisions of the old Construction Law still remain in force, until the adoption of the General Regulation Plan.