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Competition / Corporate and M&A / Montenegro desk
Darija is a Partner at Prica & Partners and heads the firm’s competition/antitrust department. Darija provides competition law advice regarding mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, as well as in relation to state aid and public procurement. She has dealt with many significant M&A and competition projects representing major international companies in local procedures for obtaining merger control approvals of their global mergers, as well as regarding clearance of acquisition procedures before the Serbian Commission for Protection of Competition. Darija represents her clients before the Serbian Commission for Protection of Competition in various antitrust related procedures (e.g. alleged breaches, individual exemptions). With over 20 years of professional experience, Darija is an established and well-known legal practitioner who is, according to IFLR 1000 “roundly praised by her clients”.
Serbian, English, Spanish
Belgrade Bar Association
International League of Competition Law (LIDC)
Law Society of England and Wales Competition Section (non-practising member)
Women’s Competition Network (WCN)
Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade (LL.M.)
Serbia > Competition(Hall of Fame)
A core area for Prica & Partners, its competition practice advises on significant corporate acquisitions, mergers, joint ventures and business partnerships, as well as day-to-day business issues. It also assists with commercial contracts to ensure regulatory compliance with competition legislation. Darija Ognjenović‘s practice covers merger clearances, joint ventures, restrictive arrangements, and block and individual exemptions, along with state aid, public procurement, and proceedings before the Serbian Competition Authority. Fellow partner Tijana Lalić has a broad competition law practice, while associate Ana Krstić assists with merger control approvals and antitrust cases.