Apart from acquisition of companies, acquisition of assets may also represent a notifiable concentration under Serbian competition law. This includes acquisition of real estate. Fair enough – but what complicates things are Serbia’s low merger filing thresholds, which catch even transactions with little or no effect in Serbia.
The firm was founded in 2016 by Dr. Dragan Gajin, a competition law expert and an attorney admitted in Serbia and New York. The firm’s peculiarity is specialization in competition law matters.
Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina The firm’s founder has significant experience concerning competition issues in Serbia, Montenegro, and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Transactions & business law advisory Depending on the client’s needs, the firm also assists concerning transaction and business law matters. Teams for such projects are assembled on a case-by-case basis, to ensure the most efficient solution for each situation.
International education, local practice The firm’s practice is based on the combination of the founder’s international education and local practical experience.
Recommended in Chambers and Partners The practice has been recognized by independent reviewers – for instance, Chambers Europe has noted that ‘Dragan Gajin offers focused expertise in restrictive agreements and abuse of dominance matters.’