Third successive Client Choice Award for competition law expert Raško Radovanović
Raško Radovanović, CMS Partner in Serbia, can once more look back with satisfaction on the excellent feedback received from his clients. As in 2017 and 2018, this year he has again been presented with the Client Choice Award in the field of “Competition & Antitrust”. This year’s awards were conferred by the International Law Office (ILO) and industry expert Lexology.
The latest Client Choice Award presented to Raško Radovanović gives CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz yet more cause to celebrate. After all, this internationally respected accolade can also be regarded as confirmation of the law firm’s successful commitment to the CEE region. “Awards like this demonstrate that we are one of the leading law firms on the Austrian and CEE markets and have been for many years – and not only in terms of numbers”, explains Radivoje Petrikić, Partner in Vienna and head of the CMS office in Belgrade.
With his win at the recent Client Choice Awards Raško Radovanović therefore achieved a notable hat-trick. “To ensure my advice in the area of competition law remains at a consistently high level, alongside the work I do for my clients I also devote time to relevant research and further training,” he explains. “This work clearly pays off and does not go unnoticed by clients.”
Raško Radovanović heads the competition law practice area at CMS in Belgrade and advises clients on all matters related to antitrust law, merger control, forensic investigations and compliance. In addition, he boasts a wealth of experience in relation to dawn raids and exemption procedures.
Having obtained his LL.M. degree in Germany and his further education at the University of Vienna, he is also able to advise German-speaking clients on all aspects of competition, commercial and corporate law relevant to their business activities in Serbia.
About the Client Choice Awards
The Client Choice Awards are presented to attorneys-at-law who stand out due to the exceptional services they provide and the successes they have achieved, as well as on account of the particularly high quality of their work. What is unusual about these awards is that the winners are determined on the basis of assessments from clients, making the awards a direct reflection of client feedback. The criteria on which the ratings are based include not only the quality of the legal advice, industry-specific knowledge, strategic thinking, transparency of charges, effective communication, optimal documentation and project management, but also, of course, outstanding professional ethics.
The awards, which were established in 2005, are organised by the International Law Office (ILO) and Lexology, two organisations offering a wealth of information and international expertise in relation to the legal profession.
A photo of the award winner is available for free download here.