Home / Europe / Serbia / Infrastructure & Projects / Public-Private Partnerships (PPP)

Public-Private Partnerships Law Firm in Serbia

Back to Infrastructure & Projects

Co-operation between the public and the private sector in building and running infrastructure facilities or offering public services often takes place within the framework of public private partnerships (PPP). This form of co-operation has considerable advantages and is being ever more used: Not only is the private sector‘s financial power put to use in providing public services, but also their professional expertise.

We offer comprehensive legal advice both to the public sector and to investors/sponsors, banks and other debt capital providers. Our project teams are made up of experts from the following areas: public procurement law, building contract law, public commercial law, corporate law, banking and financing law, tax law, claim management and dispute resolution. The use of experts from many different fields ensures that you always have at hand precisely the legal and tax expertise you need due to the complexities of PPP projects and when you need it.

We offer advice on the conception of projects as well as the preparation and handling of invitations to tender and procurement processes. We will advise and represent you in contractual negotiations, project financing and commissioning subcontractors, and also provide you with support when implementing PPP projects. We are especially experienced in the areas of infrastructure, transport, energy, health care and public buildings.

We consult on PPP projects and construction and service concessions in Austria, in CEE and SEE and wherever your project takes place. Close cooperation between CMS offices in 34 different countries ensures that our lawyers can always draw on international experience to develop tailor-made solutions.


Feed

11/09/2023
CMS Annual Review of English Construction Law Developments: An International...
We are pleased to announce the publication of the 2023 edition of our internationally focused Annual Review of English Construction Law Developments. Now in its thirteenth year, the Annual Review summarises...
28/03/2023
European Parliament and Council ready to start negotiations on EU Data...
In February 2022 the European Commission presented its proposal for the EU Data Act, which – if adopted - will introduce a far-reaching legal regime on access to and use of non-personal data in the...
20/02/2023
Sunrise period of the Unified Patent Court to begin 1 March
After the final version of the UPC Rules of Procedure had been adopted and the judges of the UPC had been selected and appointed, the start of the Sunrise Period, originally planned for 1 January 2023...
15/09/2022
CMS Annual Review of English Construction Law Developments: An International...
We are pleased to announce the publication of the 2022 edition of our internationally focused Annual Review of English Construction Law Developments. Now in its twelfth year, the Annual Review summarises...
24/06/2022
Regulation on foreign subsidies is heading for the finish line - European...
Since 5 May 2022, EU trilogue negotiations have been underway on the first Regulation to limit the effect of subsidies from third countries to companies active in the EU. That an agreement will be reached...
31/05/2022
CMS Infrastructure & Projects Global Brochure
To meet domestic and global growth expectations a huge amount of infrastructure will need to be built, rebuilt, refurbished or retrofitted. The scale and investment required to plug this in­fra­struc­ture...
27/02/2022
Handling the new EU and UK sanctions against Russia
Since 2014, the EU and the UK have progressively imposed sanctions on Russia in response to the crisis in Ukraine. Following the latest events, both the EU and the UK, as well as many other countries...
27/10/2021
Climate Risk report
Climate Risk is a broad term and covers a multitude of concepts. This report focuses in on three discrete risks. First, of financial institutions holding corporates to account over perceived climate risks...
17/09/2021
CMS Annual Review of English Construction Law Developments: An International...
We are pleased to announce the publication of the 2021 edition of our Annual Review of English Construction Law Developments: An International Perspective. Now in its eleventh year, the Annual Review...
31/08/2021
Reimagining Transport: Hydrogen Trains
In the first in our Reimagining Transport series, we look at the potential for hydrogen powered trains to become a part of the rail network’s move to net-zero. Already in operation in select rail lines...
24/06/2021
New videocast: the Digital Silk Road
Digital technology is an increasingly important part of BRI and the Covid-19 pandemic has further highlighted the importance of reliable connectivity. The Digital Silk Road (DSR) looks set to achieve...
21/06/2021
CMS Infrastructure Index shows markets are buoyant
New report CMS Infrastructure Index: Accelerating transformation examines the trends impacting the infrastructure sector, ranks 50 countries by attractiveness for infrastructure investment and analyses...