Miomir Stojković is a Principal and Attorney at Law at Stojković Attorneys.
His practice mainly focuses on corporate and business law, mergers and acquisitions, contracts and torts, finance, debt collection, procurement law, tax litigation (administrative and judicial) and commercial disputes resolution.
Miomir has more than 10 years of professional experience in Serbia and the region. Before founding Stojković Attorneys, Miomir worked as a partner at prominent local law firms, serving a mix of institutional and private clients.
During his four-year tenure at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) as a senior lawyer, Miomir advised and represented a many of the largest corporate clients in Serbia and the region in matters related to tax litigation, resolution of commercial disputes, numerous regulatory and administrative matters, insolvencies and privatisations. Also, Miomir has particular experience in advising clients on various corporate and commercial issues as well as expertise in designing and implementing legally-efficient, tailor-made corporate concepts and solutions. He also assisted many corporate clients by performing investigations of targeted businesses (limited and full due diligence) prior to the signing of agreements and other transactional documents.
Miomir obtained his law degree from the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law and started his legal career after graduating in 2005.
Prior to becoming a qualified attorney at law in Serbia, Miomir lived, worked and studied in London where he completed postgraduate management and business studies at London College.
Miomir is an attorney at law, admitted to the Bar Association of Belgrade.
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As Serbia stands at the crossroads of a significant energy transformation, this comprehensive insight delves into the multifaceted landscape of the nation’s energy sector. From the rapid surge in renewable energy investments to the strategic considerations of integrating nuclear power, we explore the pivotal developments shaping Serbia’s path towards a sustainable and secure energy future. […]Read more
The Serbian hospitality sector is on the cusp of a transformative phase, with the upcoming EXPO 2027 acting as a catalyst for growth and development. The Serbian government has launched an enticing subsidy program, earmarking a crucial deadline for applications by the end of 2024. This initiative presents a rare chance for hoteliers to reassess […]Read more
Understanding the Serbia Expo Law Framework The “Law on Special Procedures for the Realization of the International Specialized Exhibition EXPO BELGRADE 2027” establishes the legal framework for organizing and executing the EXPO BELGRADE 2027 project. It outlines the conditions, criteria, and procedures for the exhibition’s realization, including the construction of the National Football Stadium and […]Read more
In the vibrant heart of Serbia, the anticipation for the Belgrade EXPO 2027 is building, promising a landmark event that aims to reshape the economic landscape of the region. As the official framework, the Lex Specialis sets the stage for an unprecedented international showcase. This article delves into the intricate details of the Lex Specialis, […]Read more
Welcome to our short, but comprehensive guide where we unravel the complexities of taxation for international music performances in Serbia. This article is tailored for tax consultants, musicians, and anyone interested in understanding the intricacies of cross-border taxation in the entertainment industry. Understanding the Context: Imagine a scenario where international artists perform at events in […]Read more
In 2024, navigating Serbia’s tax system has become more accessible and efficient for investors, businesses, and professionals, thanks to the latest release of the AK STATT Tax Card. This essential resource offers a detailed and up-to-date overview of the Serbian tax landscape, making it a go-to guide for anyone looking to understand and comply with […]Read more
Welcome to our detailed overview of determining VAT debtors for the trade of goods and services in construction. This text focuses on legal provisions and practical applications in Serbia, particularly exploring cases from 2018, 2019, and 2020. Understanding these rules is crucial for every expert in the field of construction and finance. Legal Basis of […]Read more
In the increasingly globalized world, with capital and people moving across borders, understanding property tax obligations in foreign countries is crucial. This is especially true for Serbia, where foreign nationals often own property. This article provides insights into Serbian property tax laws, focusing on foreign physical persons owning property and land over 10 ares within […]Read more
Introduction to Money Laundering as a Global Issue Money laundering, a prevalent issue across all countries, has been recognized as a criminal offense in national legislations only in the last decade of the previous century. It is categorized as a specific type of criminal act of concealment. The Legal Framework in Serbian Law In Serbian […]Read more
At our law office, serving Serbia and the broader Balkan region, we have successfully registered a vast array of: Dietary products, including starter and transitional formulas and foods for special medical purposes, These products are typically defined and regulated under the broader category of foodstuffs, with specific subcategories for each type of product. The definitions […]Read more
Medical devices are pivotal in advancing healthcare, and trading or selling these devices requires navigating complex regulatory landscapes. This is where AK STATT excels – with profound knowledge, extensive experience, and strong institutional support, we ensure a swift, effortless, and straightforward registration process for your medical devices in Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Croatia, and […]Read more
Introduction In the intricate world of pharmaceutical regulations in Serbia, AK STATT stands as a beacon of ease and expertise. We specialize in making the drug registration process smooth and stress-free. Besides, navigating the complex regulatory landscape in Serbia’s pharmaceutical industry can be daunting. Especially the duration and uncertainty of outcomes of such processes. Hence, […]Read more
Introduction to Serbia’s Hotel Sector Stimulus The Serbian Government has refreshed its guidelines for hotel sector incentives, focusing on spa and climate areas and the Belgrade region. This amendment promises 20% assistance for new constructions and expansions in these zones. Eligibility and Criteria for Support In spa and climate locations, projects must be worth at […]Read more
Serbia’s recent legislative changes are painting a new picture of opportunity for foreign investors. With a strategic vision aligned with EU legislation and an open-arms approach to foreign capital, Serbia is emerging as a promising land for investment across diverse sectors. Harmonization with EU Legislation Serbia’s legal framework is evolving to mirror EU standards, a […]Read more
In the intricate world of international trade, particularly concerning defense items, adherence to stringent legal requirements is paramount. Serbia, a nation with a rich history in defense industry, is no exception to these regulations. If you’re considering exporting defense items from Serbia to African countries, including Nigeria, it’s crucial to understand the legal framework that […]Read more
In today’s digital age, the information technology (IT) and tech industries are thriving, attracting investors and entrepreneurs alike. However, as these sectors grow, so do the complexities and potential for shareholder disputes. In Serbia, resolving these disputes is vital to maintain a healthy business environment and foster innovation. In this article, we will explore some […]Read more
Serbia’s legislative body has recently approved a series of groundbreaking amendments to the Law on Planning and Construction (the “Construction Law“), poised to bring substantial transformations to the construction industry, urban planning, and energy efficiency. Key highlights of these amendments encompass: Elimination of Land Conversion Fees The abolishment of land conversion fees stands as a […]Read more
A crucial and mandatory step in the process of starting a company in Serbia involves the establishment of a local bank account. This step is essential for managing financial transactions, paying employees, handling tax obligations, and conducting day-to-day business operations. Opening a bank account in Serbia is a straightforward process for LLCs with local owners, […]Read more
Introduction Starting a company is a complex endeavor that demands careful consideration of legal and regulatory aspects. Aspiring entrepreneurs looking to establish a business in Serbia will find a welcoming environment with numerous opportunities. This article provides an insightful overview of the legal framework and key steps involved in starting a company in Serbia, offering […]Read more
Revolutionizing Urban Development: 15 Key Innovations in Serbia’s New Draft Law on Planning and Construction
Serbia’s urban development is about to undergo a transformational shift with the introduction of the new draft law on planning and construction. This landmark legislation introduces 15 key novelties that will revolutionize the way construction and land acquisition projects are conducted in the country. Let’s delve into the most significant changes that are set to […]Read more
What Are Rights of Foreigners to Acquire Real Estate in the Republic of Serbia? The right of foreign individuals and legal entities to acquire property rights on real estate within the territory of Serbia, through legal transactions inter vivos (contracts of sale, gift contracts, life annuity contracts, etc.) and legal transactions mortis causa (inheritance) is […]Read more
Key Amendments to Serbia’s Law on the Use of Renewable Sources of Energy: Addressing Challenges and Enhancing Market Efficiency
Serbia’s Law on the Use of Renewable Sources of Energy (“Law on RES”) has faced challenges since its implementation, prompting the Ministry of Mining and Energy (“Ministry”) to propose crucial amendments. The National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia adopted these amendments in April 2023, aiming to achieve several goals and resolve existing issues in […]Read more
5 Reasons Why You Should Hire a Lawyer (And While We Honor All Points, 4th Item Is The Quickest Way To End Any Dispute)
If you are the type of a person or a company that wants to have total control over every aspect of your life or your business, then you may find this article beneficial. We believe that engaging a lawyer can and should provide you with at least 5 benefits, as follows: We Believe That Piece […]Read more
Opening a medical clinic in Serbia can be a complicated process that involves complying with various legal and regulatory requirements. If you are a foreigner, you will need to meet additional requirements and regulations. In this article, we will outline the steps involved in opening a clinic in Serbia and provide tips on how to […]Read more
Little Known Hiring Secrets Finally Revealed! Who To Hire In Serbia – Regular Employees or Registered Entrepreneurs?
Entrepreneur vs. Company Employees – Think Twice About Hiring an Entrepreneur! Research has shown that every third person in the world is thinking about starting their own business. There are many reasons – dissatisfaction with the current job, dissatisfaction with the relationship between business and life activities, etc. On the other hand, if you’re an […]Read more
Zoran Sretić and Miomir Stojković successfully advised the client in the process initiated before the Commission for State Aid Control („Commission“) in 2016 challenging the unlawful and incompatible state aid hence forcing the Government to pull back from the direct grant of over EUR 1.6 M granted to a local subsidiary of a global information […]Read more
Zoran Sretić and Miomir Stojković have been advising clients in IT sector challenging the unlawful and incompatible state aid in the amount of nearly EUR 10 M before the Commission for Stata Aid Control (the “Commission”) granted by the Government to a multinational corporation for establishment of a local R&D division in 2018. The aid […]Read more
Miomir Stojković leads a team that advises and represents a client in the process of contracting suitable premises for treatment and disposal of hazardous waste as well as on procedural and material conditions for obtaining a licence for operating a waste treatment plant/facility. Legal counselling and representation aim to achieve full compliance and guide the […]Read more
Miomir Stojković advised the client on how to negotiate and obtain lawful state subsidies for the food production business which is planned to be moved to Serbia, weighing legal implications of opening of a new production facility (greenfield) vs. purchasing the existing one (brownfield), on purchasing of land and construction of facilities (construction contract and […]Read more
Miomir Stojković advised and represented a large international corporation in a complex public procurement procedure of estimated value over EUR 4 M, in which all improper acts of the contracting authority – public utility enterprise from Belgrade, Serbia – have been challenged. This public procurement process, very vulnerable to integrity risks even before the tender […]Read more
Miomir Stojković advised on legal capacity and authority for participation in the 158MW Čibuk1 wind farm project in Serbia. The result of this work was an important condition precedent for approval of loan in excess of EUR 215 M for financing of the wind farm in Serbia.Read more
Miomir Stojković led a team that advised a large multinational company on legal aspects of development of 32MW Kitka wind farm in AP Kosovo and Metohija, and about regulatory context for construction i.e. licences and other requirements for construction of the wind park in particular. We advised on terms and conditions for performance of construction […]Read more
Miomir Stojković led a team that advised a large multinational company involved in the wind farm project Čibuk1 in Dolovo in Serbia. Our work concerned advising on Serbian contract and tort rules, such as warranties, legal remedies, penalties and liquidated damages, limitations and exclusion of liability, dispute resolution, choice of law and venue, implications of […]Read more
Miomir Stojković led a team that advised and represented a local company that provides local and international transport services to assess compliance risks in connection with its business practices and operations. With regard to the far-reaching risks of compliance violations, our work resulted in successful identification and rectification of found issues which should, in future, […]Read more
Legal Prerequisites and Conditions for Electronic Commerce and Sanctions for Non-Compliance with Regulations With the expansion of modern information technologies, smartphones and broadband internet, our life, the way we communicate, and the way we are buying, have changed. Business at the global level has changed significantly, and the turning point is the electronic trade. For […]Read more
History – From Hammurabi to Heineken Quality is always above the flow of time, which is testified by a fact that first written traces of beer manufacture are found on old Sumera clay tablets, dated to seventh millennium BC. The significance of this fermented beverage is also indicated by the fact that beer is found […]Read more
Money, in its traditional form served the purpose perfectly, as long as the market involved one small town and one craftsman. Now, when the Internet and global communications made whole world a small town, challenges of the trade require new solutions in the traffic of goods and services.Read more