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Work +381 11 414 64 88
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https://mim-law.com

Marko Milanovic

Tel:
Work +381 11 414 64 88
Email:
Mihaj, Ilic & Milanovic Law Firm

Work Department

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

Position

Partner

Career

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.

Languages

English

Serbian

Bosnian

Croatian

Montenegrin

Member

Belgrade Bar Association

Education

Belgrade University School of Law, LLB

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


Serbia

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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  • Karanovic & Partners joins Ius Laboris

    We are proud to announce that Karanovic & Partners has joined Ius Laboris, the world's premier global network of human resources law firms. The Employment practice of Karanovic & Partners in Serbia joined this prestigious organisation to reinforce its international HR advisory services for domestic and international companies.
  • Karanovic & Partners: The 13th Traditional Conference on Competition Law and Data Protection

    On 28 November 2018, Karanovic & Partners, together with the  Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom , held the Competition and Data Protection conference at the Hilton Belgrade hotel. This traditional yearly conference – now in its' 13th year, gathered more than 120 experts from the business and legal community, as well as key regulators and stakeholders, to discuss the most important current issues in the fields of competition law and data protection.
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    In light of the new EU data protection scheme, shaped by the GDPR, Serbia has enacted a new Data Protection Law on 9 November 2018, with its' applicability postponed for 21 August 2019. The new law was long-awaited: it has been 10 years since the existing law was passed, which was even at that moment already outdated (e.g. it recognized only consent in the written form and almost completely restricted data transfers to non-European countries).
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    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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