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Belgrade

Serbia

Coronavirus: Information for clients

Dear Clients,
Dear Business Partners, 

On 15 March 2020, the Serbian Government declared a state of emergency due to the coronavirus outbreak and strongly advises the public to suspend any unnecessary personal interaction for the time being. As a responsible law firm that prioritizes the wellbeing of our employees and clients, we have cancelled all personal appointments with clients at our office in Belgrade until further notice.

Of course, we are still at your service at any time. You can reach your personal contact at CMS most reliably by e-mail, but you can also contact him/her by phone. If you have a general enquiry, please contact us by e-mail at [email protected].

We sincerely wish you and your families the best of health during these difficult times!

Your CMS Team in Serbia
 

We have also had a presence in Serbia since the year 2000. Our Belgrade office is not just one of our oldest, but also one of our largest in the CEE area. Over the years, our legal team has grown to 25 solicitors, 20 of whom are members of the Serbian Bar Association. Similar to our legal teams based in other locations, what sets us apart are some key defining characteristics: with extensive international experience and thus familiarity with multiple jurisdictions, yet with local roots, our team maintains an extensive local network with excellent connections to the key local authorities and government ministries. 

As one of the leading law firms in Serbia, we can offer full-service legal advice in all areas of commercial law and, in addition, we can offer the benefits of an international network, enabling us above all to advise clients on cross-border transactions. 

No matter what specialist area or which industry you need legal advice in, we would be pleased to hear from you, you can contact us by completing our online form, or simply by calling us.

In recent years, Serbia has become an attractive destination, both for companies and for investments. In the course of this development, we have been involved in the biggest transactions and are leaders in the area of mergers and acquisitions. Moreover, our leadership role has also extended to other areas, such as energy and/or renewables, also project financing and infrastructure projects. 

Other areas of specialisation include privatisations, tax law, competition law, lifesciences and media law and furthermore we can advise and provide support in restructuring and insolvency matters.

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Directions

From Nikola Tesla Airport

By taxi

The journey from Nikola Tesla Airport takes about 25 minutes and costs around RSD1800 or €15.

By bus

A bus leaves every 20 minutes between 7:20am and 7:40pm. The bus leaves hourly between 7:40pm and 6:00am. The cost of the bus is RSD300 or €2.50. Tickets can be purchased in the bus. More information available here.

The airport bus takes you to the Slavija Platz and from there you can take a taxi to our office (cost is around RSD400 or €3.50).

Or you can walk from Slavija Platz up Beogradska street 400m, turn right in Krunska and you will reach the office in some 300 m from the turning.

We recommend that you make your payments in Serbian dinars.

By car

The airport is located around 20km from our office. Coming from the airport take the road "Aerodrom Nikola Tesla" R266, then turn right onto the M1 E70 motorway. Continue on the M1/E75. After crossing the Gazela Bridge, leave the motorway and continue on "Bulevar vojvode Misica" and then merge onto Bulevar Vojvode Mišića. Take Route 26/E763/А1, Sarajevska, Birčaninova and Nemanjina to Kneginje Zorke. The office is on the corner of Kneginje Zorke and Krunska street.

That is one of many possible routes. A good car satnav system is very helpful.

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Location

Petrikić & Partneri AOD
in cooperation with CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz
Krunska 73
11000 Belgrade
Serbia
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