Specialisation in Competition & EU
Raško Radovanović is an attorney-at-law and a leading expert in the fields of competition law, compliance and commercial. He leads the CMS competition law practice in Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia.
Raško Radovanović has advised some of the most important market players in different industries (automotive, FMCG, food and agriculture, energy, pharmaceuticals, etc.) on antitrust-related aspects of their everyday business operations and has coordinated high-profile multi-jurisdictional cases and merger filings. He also represents clients in investigation proceedings of the Serbian competition authority and has extensive experience in dawn raids and individual exemption procedures.
Raško Radovanović also advises German-speaking clients on competition-related, commercial and corporate aspects of their everyday business operations in Serbia.
He joined CMS in 2010 after finishing his LL.M. studies in Germany, where he also worked in the energy sector.
“I try to put myself in my client’s shoes, to understand the client’s industry well and reasonably consider actual circumstances before I come up with a list of real ‘red flags’.”
Raško Radovanović was a lecturer at the University of Belgrade, Law School, where he taught International Private Law.
Raško Radovanović is a partner at the CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz office in Belgrade and secretary of the Rotary Club Beograd – Metropolitan.
Raško Radovanović has repeatedly been cited as a leading competition lawyer by Legal500, ClientChoice and Chambers and Partners.
Raško Radovanović is a passionate competition law practitioner who has devoted much of his time to scientific research and further education. He supported the development of the first Serbian university textbook on competition law and is the author of several articles in this field.