Firm Profile > Law Office Miroslav Stojanovic, in cooperation with Wolf Theiss > Belgrade , Serbia

Law Office Miroslav Stojanovic, in cooperation with Wolf Theiss

Banking and finance Tier 2

Law Office Miroslav Stojanovic, in cooperation with Wolf Theiss recently experienced an increase in refinancing and debt restructuring work; the team is also active in banking regulatory issues. Belgrade managing partner Miroslav Stojanović and Nataša Lalović Marić advised a multinational bank syndicate on a €130m loan for a shopping centre refinancing and office tower development financing.

Commercial, corporate and M&A Tier 2

The 'highly experiencedLaw Office Miroslav Stojanovic, in cooperation with Wolf Theiss is noted for its advice on large and complex transactions in Serbia. Managing partner for Belgrade Miroslav Stojanovic advised Campofrio Food Group Holding on the proposed acquisition of a Serbian food industry company and Nataša Lalović Marić advises international clients on investments in Serbia; Andjelka Todorovic was promoted to senior associate.

Competition Tier 2

Law Office Miroslav Stojanovic, in cooperation with Wolf Theiss is experienced in merger filings, leniency programmes, restrictive agreements, and abuse of dominance issues. Senior associates Maja Stanković and Marina Bulatović are the names to note.

Employment Tier 2

Law Office Miroslav Stojanovic, in cooperation with Wolf Theiss 'fields professional and experienced lawyers'. The team advises Mitsubishi Corporation International on general employment law matters in Serbia. Miroslav Stojanović is the key contact.

Intellectual property Tier 2

Law Office Miroslav Stojanovic, in cooperation with Wolf Theiss 'provides a great service'. The practice experienced an increase in its trade mark and copyright software work and was active in patent filings. The client base includes IT, pharmaceuticals, energy, retail and consumer electronics sectors. Nataša Lalović Marić is a key adviser and senior associate Iskra Lazić is 'responsible, accessible and gives good advice'.

Projects and energy Tier 2

Law Office Miroslav Stojanovic, in cooperation with Wolf TheissMiroslav Stojanović led advice to a manufacturer of onshore and offshore wind turbines and wind energy solutions on the regulatory issues surrounding the supply, installation and maintenance of wind turbines.

Real estate and construction Tier 2

Law Office Miroslav Stojanovic, in cooperation with Wolf Theiss' 'professional and expert team' advises on the earliest phases of project development, including zoning, environmental impact assessments and land acquisitions; it also assists with financing, planning, construction, leasing, sales and construction disputes. Miroslav Stojanović and counsel Vidak Kovačević are the principal advisers.

Dispute resolution Tier 3

Law Office Miroslav Stojanovic, in cooperation with Wolf TheissNataša Lalović Marić acted for Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics in the enforcement of high-value claims against a Serbian counterparty.

The firm: Law Office Miroslav Stojanovic and its attorneys work in co-operation with the Wolf Theiss network of offices. Managing partner Miroslav Stojanovic is an Austrian trained lawyer and is admitted as a member of both the Serbian and Austrian Bar. Partner Nataša Lalovic Maric is a recognised Serbian lawyer with many years of experience working in the region.

Wolf Theiss opened its first office in Vienna in 1957 and soon established a reputation as one of the region’s leading law firms. The firm has since grown into a multinational team of approximately 340 lawyers, making it one of the largest integrated law firms in the region. It has offices* in Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovak Republic, Slovenia and Ukraine.

This presence on the ground is one of the firm’s key strengths. It works in a fast-moving part of the world that requires deep local knowledge and experience. By combining expertise with a strong international network, the firm is well-placed to handle complex cross-border transactions with a high degree of speed and flexibility.

Apart from its local offices in 13 CEE/SEE countries, Wolf Theiss also offers extensive regional experience in other countries in the region, such as Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Turkey.

*Due to regulatory frameworks within which Wolf Theiss’ lawyers must operate in the various countries of the firm’s network, its ‘presence’ is always structured so as to be in compliance with the applicable laws and regulations.

Areas of practice: Wolf Theiss’ full range of services covers financial services, competition and antitrust, corporate/mergers and acquisitions, employment law, energy and infrastructure, intellectual property and information technology, litigation and alternative dispute resolution, real estate and construction, regulatory and procurement, and tax. The firm’s dedicated practice teams provide in-depth specialist knowledge in their respective areas and collaborate closely to provide clients with seamless advice.

Serbia: The dedicated lawyers of Law Office Miroslav Stojanovic specialise in various aspects of complex cross-border business transactions – particularly general corporate law, banking and finance, mergers and acquisitions, energy and real estate – whilst benefiting from the valuable know-how and experience of the legal experts that are part of the Wolf Theiss multinational network. The Belgrade office has a team of 17 lawyers.

Department Name Email Telephone
Banking and finance
Dispute resolution
Energy and infrastructure
Intellectual property
Real estate
Regulatory and procurement
Photo Name Position Profile
Ms Nataša Lalović-Marić  photo Ms Nataša Lalović-Marić
Mag Miroslav Stojanovic  photo Mag Miroslav Stojanovic
Number of lawyers : 340
at this office : 17
Foreign Investors Council
Italian-Serbian Chamber of Commerce
Contacts : Miroslav Stojanovic
Contacts : Nataša Lalovic Maric
Other offices : Bratislava
Other offices : Bucharest
Other offices : Budapest
Other offices : Kyiv
Other offices : Ljubljana
Other offices : Prague
Other offices : Sarajevo
Other offices : Sofia
Other offices : Tirana
Other offices : Vienna
Other offices : Warsaw
Other offices : Zagreb

At Wolf Theiss, we strongly believe that in a global marketplace, a company that employs a diverse workforce (both men and women of several generations and from ethnically and racially diverse backgrounds) is better able to understand the marketplace it serves, offers better and more unique perspectives and thus, is better equipped to thrive in that marketplace than a company that has a more limited range of employee demographics.

For us, uniting people in a region where, in some cases, it has previously experienced first-hand war-time prejudice and overcoming cultural divisiveness is part of our philosophy. By respecting each other, we have created a unique workplace camaraderie that spills over into our daily lives. Wolf Theiss considers itself to be politically liberal, not biased in any direction and imposing no restrictions on its workforce in terms of political view, religion, way of life, race, language and sexual orientation.

Our leadership team is comprised of 22% female partners and 60% of our senior associates are women. We strive to stand at the forefront in the region, when it comes to gender diversity. We were one of the first law firms in the region to implement a maternity policy.

Wolf Theiss is proud to have been recognised as “Best in Austria” at the European Women in Business Law Awards 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013 & 2012, “Best in Croatia” at the European Women in Business Law Awards 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014 & 2013 and “Best in Romania” at the European Women in Business Law Awards 2016, 2015 & 2014.


At Wolf Theiss we believe that success is a two-way street. Our financial success depends in large part on our doing quality work for our clients, so they come back to us and recommend us to others. But our success also depends on the support of the local communities where we live and work. They provide us with a great deal of input and impulses, including the talented lawyers and assistants who make it possible for us to do what we do. We all think it is essential that we give something back to the community.

One way to show our commitment to the community is by providing legal advice on a pro bono basis to clients who need legal help, but are unable to pay for our services. Our pro bono work is directed at clients whom we consider to be very deserving or who face legal issues that we believe are especially important to our communities or to society as a whole. We are proud that Euromoney Legal Media Group honoured us with the ‘2014 Best National Firm for Pro Bono Work’.