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Dunja Jandl

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Real Estate & Construction


Dunja Jandl is local partner with CMS since February 2017 and responsible of CMS Ljubljana Real Estate team. Dunja is a specialist in the field of Real Estate & Construction, with experience advising clients both internationally and locally on all aspects of property acquisition, development, occupation and financing. Her addition areas of specialization include Litigation, Regulatory (in field of Environment Protection Law, Energy Law), Public Procurement and PPP.


with CMS since 2017


Slovenian, English, German


Slovenian Bar Association (2010)


Faculty of Law at the University of Ljubljana (2004); Master of European Law (LL.M. Eur.) from Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich (2006); Slovenian bar exam (2008)


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The 'experienced, knowledgeable and client-focused' team at CMS is 'incredibly responsive'. It is strong in corporate and M&A, banking and finance, real estate, dispute resolution, employment and competition. In 2018, a group led by Aleš Lunder assisted Hefei Meiling with its multimillion-euro bid for Gorenje while, in a separate matter, Maja Žgajnar and others advised a major European electronic retailer as borrower on a multimillion-euro debt refinancing provided by an international bank. Žgajnar's 'experience with loans transactions and sharp focus on delivery' places her 'above the local competition'. Dunja Jandl is another name to note. The firm also fields a number of first-rate senior associates, including Saša Sodja, Irena Šik Bukovnik, Ivan Kranjec and Vesna Tišler.

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  • Access to justice: protective costs orders in planning challenges

    Third parties and competing developers have no rights of appeal to the Secretary of State against planning decisions. Disappointed applicants can appeal to the Secretary of State and can have the merits of the application reconsidered. The only remedy available to a disappointed third party is a challenge by way of judicial review in the High Court on a point of law. The sense of frustration and disempowerment this creates has not been helped by the increasing complexity of the planning process and the use of consultation to legitimise decisions that many perceive may already have been taken.
    - CMS Group

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