Year

2010
According to the new Law on Gender Equality, which will come into force on 25 December 2010, employers having more than 50 permanent employees will be obliged each year to...
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The Constitutional Court of Serbia recently published the Rulingdeclaring the formation of a JV company between one Serbian municipality and a private investor contrary to law. According to the Ruling,...
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The recent amendments to the Montenegrin rules regulating OTC trading with securities 1 (the “ Amendments ”) limit the freedom of parties to determine purchase price in an OTC transaction,...
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In a litigation in which BDK represented the seller defending itself from a claim for termination of a series of real estate sale and purchase pre-agreements based on changed circumstances,...
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Law on Electronic Communications The Serbian Parliament has recently adopted the Law on Electronic Communications („Law“). The Law follows the wide-spread fashion of providing a single legal framework for all...
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Only 8 months after allowing privatization of state-owned urban construction land by converting the right of use into full ownership title, the Serbian Government has enacted already the second set...
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The Law on Prevention of Mobbing at Work (the “Law”) was adopted on 26 May 2010 and it will become applicable on 5 September 2010. The Law partly overlaps and...
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The new Law on Bankruptcy (Zakon o stečaju, Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia, n.104/09) partially ends legal uncertainties as to the enforceability of ISDA Master Agreements or similar...
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Corporate Income Tax (CIT) Amendments to the CIT Law now permit that the financial year may differ from the calendar year, subject to the approval of the Ministry of Finance...
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Serbia became member of the European Patent Organisation (EPO) on 1 October 2010 . As a result, the procedure of filing patent applications will become simple r and less exp...
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