Maja Stepanović > Petrikic & Partneri AOD in cooperation with CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz > Belgrade, Serbia > Lawyer Profile

Petrikic & Partneri AOD in cooperation with CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz
CINCAR JANKOVA 3
11000 BELGRADE
Serbia
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Work Department

Corporate/M&A, Commercial

Position

Maja Stepanović is a partner at CMS Belgrade who specialises in all aspects of corporate law and transactions, as well as in matters of commercial law.

Career

Maja Stepanović has been with CMS since 2002. She has over 25 years of experience in a broad range of national and international transactions and provides day-to-day assistance to clients in their ongoing corporate activities. Maja has a strong practice in the pharmaceutical and medical devices areas, offering advice that covers advertising and marketing, anti-counterfeiting, licensing, and regulatory matters. She is a registered IP agent and assists clients in securing and protecting their IP rights through the registration process and contractual arrangements, but also advises them in litigation proceedings in the cases of counterfeits and piracy.

She also provides legal advice on public procurement and PPP.

Languages

Serbian, English

Memberships

Serbian Bar Association

Belgrade Bar Association

Education

1994 LL.M. degree from the Law School, University of Belgrade

1997 Bar admission

2004 Registered IP agent

Lawyer Rankings

Serbia > Commercial, corporate and M&A

Petrikic & Partneri AOD in cooperation with CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz is widely respected for its expertise in complex and high-value matters. The practice also assists multinational corporations with ongoing day-to-day corporate and commercial issues. Radivoje Petrikić brings over 25 years’ experience in major commercial and M&A transactions and development projects throughout the CEE; and Maja Stepanović has longstanding experience in major national and international transactions. Also key to the group is Marija Tešić, who is an expert in status changes, takeover bids and mandatory squeeze-out and delisting procedures.