CMS Ljubljana Office

Ljubljana

Slovenia

Since joining the EU in 2004, Slovenia has become an attractive business location and a preferred destination for investors. CMS established a presence here in 2008 with an office in Ljubljana, the Slovenian capital: our legal team of 15 supports Slovenian companies operating internationally and also provides international business and concerns with full-service legal advice covering all aspects and specialty areas of commercial law.

What Slovenia has in common with all of the CMS locations throughout the CEE area is a legal system with unique characteristics. Which makes it all the more important that our staff not only have roots in the local culture, yet also feel at home in several jurisdictions. We have excellent relations with the Slovenian public authorities and government ministries, we are familiar with the intricacies of the local market and understand your needs and your business well.

Do you already have a presence here in Slovenia, or are you planning market entry? We would be pleased to hear from you, either by completing our online contact form, or by simply calling us.

Our efficient network which covers the entire CEE area, plus the added weight of CMS' strong international presence - with over 3,000 lawyers worldwide - enables our teams to quickly access expertise and at the same time provide seamless support to our clients in cross-border mandates. This in turn generates significant competitive advantages.

The main focus of our legal advice in Slovenia is on the areas of M&A, corporate, distribution and labour law, banking and finance, real estate and the automotive and telecommunications industries. We are also the ideal partner for you if you are looking for support in matters of public procurement or tax issues.

We would like to advise you that due to statutory regulations applicable to the Slovenian bar association, we are not permitted to display pictures of our legal team on this website.

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CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz
Bleiweisova 30
1000 Ljubljana
Slovenia

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October 2017
CMS - Where to find us
04/10/2017
Ap­plic­able threshold for the ob­lig­a­tion to con­sider the di­vi­sion of...
Art­icle 58 of the Law of 17 June 2016 on pub­lic pro­cure­ment re­quires all con­tract­ing au­thor­it­ies to con­sider the di­vi­sion of con­tracts in­to lots and, where the con­tract­ing au­thor­ity de­cides that it would not be ap­pro­pri­ate to di­vide the con­tract in­to lots,.
01/09/2017
Slov­e­ni­an Gambling Mar­ket Re­mains Re­stric­ted to Private...
04/10/2017
European Com­mis­sion im­ple­ments its Avi­ation Strategy for Europe
In Decem­ber 2015, the European Com­mis­sion ad­op­ted its Avi­ation Strategy for Europe, an am­bi­tious plan which tackles the is­sues af­fect­ing the air trans­port sec­tor, such as the in­ter­na­tion­al frame­work, in­vest­ments, con­nectiv­ity, etc.
31/08/2017
De­cree es­tab­lish­ing the in­fra­struc­ture for al­tern­at­ive...
26/09/2017
Ab­use of dom­in­ant po­s­i­tion by copy­right man­age­ment or­gan­iz­a­tions col­lect­ing...
The European Com­mis­sion is gen­er­ally re­luct­ant to con­demn ab­uses of a dom­in­ant po­s­i­tion when they arise from ex­cess­ive prices, par­tic­u­larly in com­pet­it­ive open mar­kets, be­cause they tend to self-reg­u­late.
31/08/2017
De­cree on self-sup­ply of elec­tri­city from the re­new­able...
20/09/2017
Pub­lic Coun­try-by-Coun­try Re­port­ing; Tax­pay­er­s' Rights
Ap­pro­pri­ate Use of Coun­try-by-Coun­try Re­ports The OECD has now pub­lished Guid­ance (avail­able here) on the ap­pro­pri­ate use of Coun­try-by-Coun­try Re­ports (‘Cb­CRs’) by na­tion­al tax au­thor­it­ies. This is in re­sponse to some val­id MNE con­cerns that tax au­thor­it­ies.
07/08/2017
CMS Guide to Pass­port­ing
Rules on Mar­ket­ing Al­tern­at­ive In­vest­ment Funds in...
14/09/2017
EU-US Pri­vacy Shield un­der High Scru­tiny
On 18 Septem­ber 2017, US Sec­ret­ary of Com­merce Wil­bur Ross and European Com­mis­sion­er Vĕra Jour­ova will launch the first an­nu­al re­view of the EU-US Pri­vacy Shield agree­ment (“Pri­vacy Shield”). The re­view will be a two-day ex­er­cise where European Com­mis­sion rep­res­ent­at­ives.
August 2017
CMS - Facts & Fig­ures
14/09/2017
Slov­e­ni­an Gambling Mar­ket Re­mains Re­stric­ted to Private and For­eign...
After al­most three years, the Slov­e­ni­an Gov­ern­ment has de­cided not to amend the Slov­e­ni­an Gambling Act as the co­ali­tion failed to reach an agree­ment on the pro­posed amend­ments. Ac­cord­ing to the draft law, the Slov­e­ni­an gambling mar­ket for “spe­cial” gambling.