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Law Firm Neffat and partners

Slovenia > Leading firms Tier 4

The ‘highly competent, and adaptable’ team Law Firm Neffat and partners stands out for its experience in environmental law, an area in which founder and managing partner Domen Neffat specialises in, notably waste management law matters. Njives Prelog Neffat joined the team in March 2023, bringing particular procurement and projects expertise. Additional areas of strength for the team include corporate matters, litigation, data protection, construction law, and employment.  

Practice head(s):

Domen Neffat; Njives Prelog Neffat


‘They helped us in making decisions regarding our business.’

‘We work very well with the law firm NEFFAT. We are satisfied with all their colleagues.’

‘Everyone we worked with was professional, polite, available, and engaged.’

‘An extremely responsive team of lawyers who try to answer questions or dilemmas efficiently (they are able to present points of view that the client has overlooked).’

‘Njives Neffat Prelog is an outstanding expert in public procurement law. Her knowledge of the theory and practice of the subject is invaluable. She can translate legal language into practical examples in a meaningful way.’

‘Domen Neffat is an expert in environmental law.’

‘Highly competent, and adaptable.’

Key clients

Salonit Anhovo d.d.

Hidroelektrarne na spodnji Savi d.o.o. (Hydro Power Plant on the Low Sava River, HESS d.o.o.)

RIKO d.o.o.

Komunalno podjetje Ptuj d.d. (Communal Company Ptuj)

Saubermacher Slovenija d.o.o.

Premogovnik Velenje d.o.o. (Velenje Coal Mine)

Neuhaus Nepremičnine d.o.o. (Neuhaus Real Estate)

Iskra d.o.o.

ECE d.o.o.

Gozd Ljubljana d.o.o.

Healthcare Centre Koper (Capodistria)

Work highlights

  • Representing Hydro-Power Plant on lower Sava river in a administrative dispute.
  • Representing RIKO against the Government in its claim for additional payment for the construction of the Slovenian Pavilion at EXPO 2020 Dubai.
  • Representing CGP d.d. and Iskra d.o.o. before the Administrative Court in a claim against the National review Commission seeking an annulment of its decision in a procurement revision process.