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Stojković Attorneys is a law firm based in Belgrade/Serbia, renowned for quality legal and tax advice and representation in all areas of law.

Our professionals, which are a unique blend of lawyers, litigators, business advisors, regulatory and tax experts, honed their skills and expertise in prominent international and local firms and organisations.

We provide optimal, complete and sustainable legal or tax solutions for challenges that affect our clients.

That starts with establishing an honest relationship with each client, which leads to open communication and the development of mutual trust, to the proper understanding of clients’ needs, the identification of desired goals and undertaking appropriate measures to achieve them.

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It takes two to tango

Antitrust investigation over suspected RPM terms In January 2020, the Serbian Commission for Protection of Competition (“Commission”) initiated investigations against Imlek [1] and Apatinska Pivara[2] [3] which are two leading national dairy and beer producers, and against a number of retailers, including Metro Cash & Carry and Veropoulos, for allegedly employing resale price maintenance (“RPM”) […]

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On July 11, 2020. the new Rulebook on preventive measures for health and safety at work in order to prevent the occurrence and spread of an infectious disease epidemic is entering into force

The Rulebook of the Ministry of Labor on preventive measures for health and safety at work in order to prevent the occurrence and spread of an infectious disease epidemic was published in the “Official Gazette of RS”, no. 94/2020 on July 3, 2020, and shall enter into force on July 11, 2020 (hereinafter: the Rulebook). […]

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Can employees refuse to return to employers’ workplace during newly introduced emergency situations in cities across Serbia

More than two months have passed since the Serbian parliament lifted the state of emergency that was declared on March 15, 2020 over the coronavirus epidemic. Unfortunately, the epidemiological situation in Serbia has worsened again in the meantime, which was followed by the declaration of emergency situation in 24 Serbian cities and municipalities, namely, Belgrade, […]

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Unified Register of Payment Service Users for Remittances Kept by the National Bank of Serbia

Pursuant to the Law on Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing (“Official Gazette of RS”, No. 113/2017 and 91/2019), the National Bank of Serbia shall keep a Unified Register of Payment Service Users for Remittances (hereinafter: the Register). The National Bank of Serbia started keeping this Register from June 1, 2020. Remittances (personal monetary […]

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Asylum procedure in the Republic of Serbia

During the border control at the entrance to the Republic of Serbia or on the territory of the Republic of Serbia, a foreigner may express his intention to submit a request for asylum, orally or in writing, before an authorized police officer of the Ministry. Exceptionally, a foreigner may express his intention to apply for […]

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Asylum in the Republic of Serbia: Persons Entitled to Seek Asylum

According to the Law on Asylum and Temporary Protection (the Law), the right to asylum, i.e. refugee status, is granted to an applicant who is outside the country of origin or habitual residence and justifiably fears persecution because of his race, sex, language, religion, nationality, belonging to a certain social group or political belief, due […]

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