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Ana-Marija Skoko

Partner
Zagreb

Bardek Lisac Mušec Skoko d.o.o.
in cooperation with CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz
Ilica 1
10000 Zagreb
Croatia
Languages Croatian, English, German
Real Estate & Construction

Ana-Marija Skoko is the head of Croatian Real Estate & Construction Department. Since joining the team in 2006, she has advised mostly large international developers on their investments in Croatian real estate. Over the years, she has specialized in project development – especially in development of shopping centers. Her main focus in real estate law is on drafting and negotiation of sale and purchase agreements, project development agreements, lease agreements, construction agreements (FIDIC), and legal support during the issuance of construction permits.

Ana-Marija Skoko also heads the Croatian Employment Department. In this capacity, she and the employment team regularly advise clients, mostly international corporations, on employment and management contracts, senior executive appointments and departures, employment terminations and settlements, as well as various employment issues relating to work of foreign citizens.

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"Ana-Marija Skoko is diligent, knowledgeable and intelligent, with excellent communication."

Client Feedback 2015

“Ana-Marija Skoko has an attention to detail, fast response and practical approach, which make her an ideal partner when dealing with difficult transactions”.

Client Feedback 2014

Education

  • 2007 – Bar Admission (Croatia)
  • 2003 – Law Faculty, University of Zagreb
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Memberships

  • Croatian Bar Association
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Employment & Pensions

Ana-Marija Skoko heads the Croatian Employment Department. For over ten years, Ana-Marija and the employment team have been advising clients on employment and management contracts, senior executive appointments and departures, employment terminations and settlements, as well as various employment issues relating to work of foreign citizens.

Ana-Marija Skoko is the committed type of partner, fully engaged in her capacity as an employment lawyer, advising both multinational and national corporate organisations and private individuals.

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"Ana-Marija Skoko is diligent, knowledgeable and intelligent, with excellent communication."

Client Feedback 2015

“Ana-Marija Skoko has an attention to detail, fast response and practical approach, which make her an ideal partner when dealing with difficult transactions”.

Client Feedback 2014

Education

  • 2007 – Bar Admission (Croatia)
  • 2003 – Law Faculty, University of Zagreb
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Memberships

  • Croatian Bar Association
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