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Zagreb

Croatia

Our Zagreb office was established in 2003, one more step in the long history of our company, during which we have steadily added one CEE location after another. This made us one of the first international law firms to establish a presence in Croatia. Today, we are the clear market leader here in the fields of M&A, real estate, banking and tax law.

Of course, our legal team of 20 also advises in all areas of commercial law. After all, we aspire to providing a comprehensive range of legal and tax advisory services, so that you can rely on us in every situation. In addition to the expertise listed above, we also advise on property law, labour and competition law, public procurement law, energy law, environmental law, IT law, in adversarial proceedings and in pharmaceuticals and hotels.

Each member of our legal team can draw on many years of international experience as well as an excellent knowledge of the local market - contacting us is easily, by using our online contact form or by giving us a call.

In recent years we have supported the major restructuring projects in Croatia, from a legal and taxation perspective, and have established our market leadership position on the basis of our expertise in a wide range of industries - in particular construction, tourism, banking and retail.

Our international clients are fully justified in expecting the kind of seamless and successful support in cross-border mandates which, with our international presence, we are able to provide them.

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Directions

Travelling from Airport Zagreb by taxi

The journey will take you between 25 to 30 minutes and will cost from 150 to 190 HRK (20 to 25 Euro).

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Location

Bardek Lisac Mušec Skoko d.o.o.
in cooperation with CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz
Ilica 1
10000 Zagreb
Croatia
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Jelena Nushol
23/10/2019
Can Se­cur­it­iz­a­tion Wake Up Croa­tia's Cap­it­al mar­ket?
21/10/2019
AG Opin­ion in SkyKick: Guid­ance on the re­quire­ment for clar­ity and...
Sum­mary The eagerly awaited Ad­voc­ate Gen­er­al Opin­ion in the SkyKick case (C-317/18) was pub­lished last week. The Opin­ion from AG Tanchev relates to ques­tions re­ferred to the CJEU by the UK High Court in trade mark in­fringe­ment pro­ceed­ings brought by house­hold.
CMS Ex­pert Guide to Pub­lic Pro­cure­ment
18/10/2019
Re­vised Rules of Pro­ced­ure of the European Pat­ent Of­fice Boards of...
The Rules of Pro­ced­ure of the Boards of Ap­peal are the rules that gov­ern the way ap­peals are con­duc­ted at the European Pat­ent Of­fice (EPO). The EPO has re­cently ap­proved changes to these rules, which are due to come in­to ef­fect from 1 Janu­ary 2020.
17/10/2019
Delay ana­lys­is un­der the mi­cro­scope: com­mon sense wins out over meth­od­o­logy
A de­cision of an Aus­trali­an court last month has con­sidered the evid­en­tial re­quire­ments for prov­ing delay claims in con­struc­tion dis­putes. The de­cision com­ments on the rel­ev­ance of the 2nd Edi­tion of the SCL Delay and Dis­rup­tion Pro­tocol and on two pop­u­lar.
August 2019
Dop­ing is dam­aging es­ports
11/10/2019
Quantum meruit claims after ter­min­a­tion: a chan­ging of the tide?
A de­cision of the Hight Court of Aus­tralia earli­er this week has held that resti­tu­tion­ary claims on a quantum meruit (i. e. reas­on­able price) basis by con­tract­ors after the ter­min­a­tion of a con­struc­tion con­tract can only be brought in lim­ited cir­cum­stances and.
August 2019
On your radar | Is­sue 10
Key em­ploy­ment is­sues across Europe and bey­ond
08/10/2019
Latest po­s­i­tion on EU tax­onomy reg­u­la­tion re sus­tain­able fin­ance
On 24 Septem­ber 2019, the EU Coun­cil pub­lished this 'I' Item Note giv­ing its ma­jor­ity ap­prov­al to pro­ceed with the next stage in the le­gis­lat­ive jour­ney of the “Tax­onomy Reg­u­la­tion”, be­ing in­vit­ing ne­go­ti­ations with the European Par­lia­ment.
July 2019
CMS Com­pet­i­tion Con­tact Card
03/10/2019
Use of Dis­pute Boards: one of FIDIC's five Golden Prin­ciples
FID­IC has re­cently pub­lished de­tailed guid­ance as to the five “Golden Prin­ciples” first in­cluded with the FID­IC 2017 suite of con­tracts. These prin­ciples seek to identi­fy lim­its to the types of amend­ments that can be made to a FID­IC stand­ard form con­tract if.