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Law Office Miroslav Stojanovic, in cooperation with Wolf Theiss
PC UŠCE
BULEVAR MIHAJLA PUPINA 6
11000 BELGRADE
Serbia

Work Department

Corporate/M&A, Real Estate, Energy & Infrastructure, Employment, Bankruptcy & Restructuring and Crisis Management. Miroslav Stojanović is qualified to practice law in both Austria and Serbia. He has worked on some of the most high-profile transactions, including privatisations, restructurings and bankruptcy-related reorganizations. He is recognized as a leading lawyer by leading professional review publications. Miroslav is an arbitrator at the Permanent Court of Arbitration attached to the Serbian Chamber of Commerce.

Position

Independent Attorney at Law in cooperation with Wolf Theiss

Career

Partner – at Wolf Theiss, since 1998.

Languages

Serbian, German, English.

Education

University of Vienna (Mag. iur. 1997).

Lawyer Rankings

Serbia > Commercial, corporate and M&A

(Hall of Fame)

Miroslav StojanovićLaw Office Miroslav Stojanovic, in cooperation with Wolf Theiss

Fielding one of the largest corporate and M&A teams in the CEE/SEE region, Law Office Miroslav Stojanovic, in cooperation with Wolf Theiss‘ recent experience includes an increase in M&A deals involving IP and IT, as well as healthcare matters. The team is also active in mandates involving greenfield investments, while bank-related restructurings and acquisitions remain significant areas of strength. Co-heading the team are Miroslav Stojanović, who consistently handles major transactions, and Nataša Lalović-Marić, a specialist in advising international clients on various investments in Serbia. Andjelka Todorović is the counsel to note.

Serbia > Employment

Major strengths for Law Office Miroslav Stojanovic, in cooperation with Wolf Theiss‘ employment practice are its extensive regional CEE and SEE coverage and longstanding experience in cross-border projects. The team’s client list comprises international companies from the retail energy, transport and manufacturing industries, among others. The broad practice of Belgrade managing partner Miroslav Stojanović covers employment law work, and senior associate Marijana Zejaković is a key member of the employment and data protection teams, with experience advising on hirings and dismissals, workforce restructurings and mass redundancies, employment-related data protection issues, and internal investigations.

Serbia > Dispute resolution

The recent experience of Law Office Miroslav Stojanovic, in cooperation with Wolf Theiss‘ sizeable disputes team includes corporate investigation cases. Commercial disputes, including IP infringements and matters concerning Swiss franc-indexed housing loans, are also key areas of work. Nataša Lalović-Marić‘s dispute resolution specialisms cover shareholder disputes, insolvency litigation, damages claims and Swiss franc-related matters. Office managing partner Miroslav Stojanović regularly sits as an arbitrator, while Aleksandar Ristić was promoted to counsel in November 2021.

Serbia > Projects and energy

Highly experienced in significant PPP projects and concessions, Law Office Miroslav Stojanovic, in cooperation with Wolf Theiss‘ practice is able to leverage the firm’s widely respected banking and finance and regulatory experts. Qualified to practise law in both Austria and Serbia, Miroslav Stojanović‘s specialist areas include PPP projects, along with energy and infrastructure matters. In recent project development work, Nataša Lalović-Marić led the advice to Japanese company Toyo Tires on its greenfield investment in Serbia. In September 2021, Andjelka Todorović was promoted to partner, ‘which is testament to her abilities‘.

Serbia > Banking and finance

Law Office Miroslav Stojanovic, in cooperation with Wolf Theiss‘ banking and finance practice is able to leverage the firm’s specialist regulatory, litigation and restructuring teams, and in addition to the group’s expertise in real estate, energy and infrastructure-related project finance, clients particularly benefit from the team’s ability to cover the entire CEE/SEE region. Belgrade managing partner Miroslav Stojanović consistently advises on complex banking and finance projects, restructurings and bankruptcy-related reorganisations, and Nataša Lalović-Marić has broad banking and finance experience that includes capital markets work. Katarina Stojaković is an experienced counsel.

Serbia > Real estate and construction

Law Office Miroslav Stojanovic, in cooperation with Wolf Theiss‘s property department is headed by Belgrade managing partner Miroslav Stojanović, who is qualified in both Serbian and Austrian law. Consistently involved in sizeable projects, the team advises clients from the earliest phases of project development through to the financing, planning and construction stages. It also assists with the leasing and selling of real estate, as well as real estate and construction-related disputes. With 25 years’ experience, counsel Vidak Kovačević‘s track record includes major real estate transactions in Serbia.