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Sandra Lisac

Partner
Zagreb

Bardek, Lisac, Mušec, Skoko and partners
in cooperation with CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz
Ilica 1
10000 Zagreb
Croatia
Languages Croatian, English, German

Sandra Lisac has many years of experience representing clients on a full range of corporate and commercial issues, with her initial focus including transactional and development support for market leaders from the real estate and construction sector. Most recently, Sandra Lisac has been representing clients from a broad spectrum of industries in complex civil and commercial dispute resolutions. She focuses on disputes regarding real estate title, spatial planning and construction, and commercial and finical contracts. Sandra Lisac heads the Zagreb dispute practice.

This all has made Sandra Lisac the first-choice advisor to many foreign clients, whether regarding their planned entry or maintaining strategic presence on the Croatian market. Sandra Lisac is native in Croatian, and proficiently fluent in both English and German. These qualifications make her a perfect fit for big-ticket clients from the continental Europe.

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Sandra Lisac has “excellent and comprehensive knowledge of local law; she responds very quickly and her advice is always appropriate and usable”.

Client Feedback 2015

"Sandra Lisac is a hard worker and a very intelligent person who understands what I want."

Client Feedback 2014

Education

  • 2005 – Bar Admission (Croatia)
  • 2001 – Law Faculty, University of Zagreb
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Memberships

  • Croatian Bar Association
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