Montenegro's economy is predicted to grow at 2.8% in 2020, thanks to healthy household spending and export growth, but the country's continued stability is threatened by ongoing high unemployment levels and political uncertainty surrounding the 2020 elections. Montenegro's top law firms are frequently instructed on energy and infrastructure projects, in addition to banking and finance and corporate law. Much of the high-profile work is led by Serbia-based full-service firms that have offices in Montenegro, or else by local offices working alongside their Serbian offices. Examples include Harrisons Solicitors, Moravcevic Vojnovic and Partners in cooperation with Schoenherr and BDK Advokati. Domestic firms to note include Law Office Vujacic and Prelevic Law Firm.