Mr Goran Vucic > Joksovic, Stojanovic & Partners > Belgrade, Serbia > Lawyer Profile

Joksovic, Stojanovic & Partners

Work Department

Commercial, Corporate & M&A / Competition / Dispute Resolution / Real Estate / Energy




Goran Vučić, partner, joined Joksovic, Stojanovic & Partners in 2013. He specializes in mergers and acquisitions, takeovers, joint ventures, corporate restructurings and foreign investment transactions.

As a part of the JSP M&A team, he was included in the most significant projects on the Serbian market in recent years, particularly in telecom, energy and food production industries. Mr. Vučić also covers competition law issues related with transactional work as well as day to day advisory with respect to various commercial agreements.

He is a member of JSP Montenegrin desk led by Senior Partner Petar Stojanović, where he advises clients on real estate development projects and represents clients before competent courts and administrative bodies in disputes related with investment projects.

Since 2017 Mr. Vučić is a contributor to the World Bank – Doing Business project and World Justice Project




Member of State and Belgrade Bar Association, 2013 – present


Belgrade University School of Law

Lawyer Rankings

Serbia > Projects and energy

(Next Generation Partners)

Goran Vučić – Joksovic, Stojanovic & Partners

A reliable legal partner‘, Joksovic, Stojanovic & Partners‘ energy and projects practice is well known for substantial mining-related projects. The team is also experienced in gas pipeline projects, as well as regulatory issues. Milan Joksović focuses on corporate law, M&A and greenfield investment projects; fellow name partner Petar Stojanović has a strong reputation for significant mining and energy projects in both Serbia and Montenegro. Other highly regarded practitioners are Srdjan Tolpa, an expert in assisting international companies with their projects in Serbia; and Goran Vučić, who ‘provides the best possible solutions‘.

Serbia > Real estate and construction

Joksovic, Stojanovic & Partners‘ ‘level of legal expertise in real estate and construction is second to none‘. Instructed by contractors, and state-owned and private employers, the practice has a strong reputation for infrastructure development projects in both Serbia and Montenegro. Milan Joksović advises multinationals on strategic real estate issues, such as relocations, factory construction projects, purchases, and commercial leases; and Petar Stojanović also has an active real estate practice. The second line of practitioners features Srdjan Tolpa, whose experience includes land acquisitions, and real estate and infrastructure project expert Goran Vučić.

Serbia > Commercial, corporate and M&A

(Next Generation Partners)

Goran Vučić – Joksovic, Stojanovic & Partners

Joksovic, Stojanovic & Partners‘ corporate and commercial law practice advises the firm’s long-term foreign and domestic clients on day-to-day matters such as management changes, establishing of branch offices, and obtaining regulatory permits. The firm also has niche expertise in Serbia’s automotive industry, in addition to regularly acting for the commercial and consular departments of foreign embassies. Milan Joksovic is highly focused on significant corporate, M&A and greenfield investment projects, while Petar Stojanović has extensive M&A experience. Other active partners include Srdjan Tolpa and Goran Vučić, who routinely act on large-scale transactions.

Montenegro > Leading firms

Specialising in real estate, corporate and tourism law, along with dispute resolution, Joksovic, Stojanovic & Partners consistently acts for foreign investors and public sector clients in Montenegro. The ‘pragmatic‘ Montenegrin desk is led by name partner Petar Stojanovic, who divides his time between Belgrade and Montenegro, and whose extensive experience includes privatisation projects in Montenegro, as well as M&A and foreign investments. Goran Vucic is on hand in Belgrade for Montenegro-related, large-scale transactions, in addition to assisting with day-to-day legal matters, particularly in relation to public procurement and private tender procedures.