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Bojović Drašković Popović & Partners, Vuk Drašković, Belgrade, SERBIA

Vuk Drašković

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Bojović Drašković Popović & Partners

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Corporate & Commercial, Employment, Immigration, M&A, Outsourcing, Regulatory, Restructuring

Position

Vuk Drašković is a managing partner at Bojović Drašković Popović & Partners. His primary focus is on M&A, corporate and commercial law, employment law, regulatory, as well as on certain specific areas such as healthcare and pharmaceuticals and banking sector. As the team leader, Vuk advised the clients in some of the biggest M&A transactions in Serbia and the region.

Career

Prior to the establishment of Bojović Drašković Popović & Partners (Bojović & Partners at that time) as one of the founding partners, he was a partner at one of the leading law firms in Serbia.

Languages

Vuk is fluent in English.

Member

Vuk is a member of the Serbian Bar Association and the International Bar Association. Vuk frequently participates in various activities of the Foreign Investors Council where he participates in drafting the relevant sections of the White Book of the Foreign Investors Council, the most prominent annual analysis of the legal framework in Serbia. Vuk is a member of the Serbian Bar Association for more than 10 years. Vuk is one of the leaders of the regional legal network SELA (South East Legal Alliance), and he actively participated in forming this network back in 2016.

Education

Vuk earned his LL.B. from the University of Belgrade, from the Faculty of Law, where he graduated among the best in his class. While at university, he was recognized many times for his exceptional achievements (one of the top ten students of law in Serbia, annual awards of the Faculty of Law, etc.). Further, Vuk earned his LL.M. from the prestigious British university “University of Law”, where he graduated with the highest mark (Distinction). His final LL.M. dissertation was dedicated to the relationship between English law as the governing law in foreign international M&A transactions and other relevant laws.

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