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Teodora Vujošević


Petrikić & Partneri AOD
in cooperation with CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz
Krunska 73
11000 Belgrade
Languages Serbian, English, Italian

Teodora Vujošević advises clients on a wide range of commercial law matters with a focus on Real Estate and Construction, Energy & Climate Change, and Infrastructure & Projects

Teodora’s main area of expertise is assisting developers and investors with all types of real estate and construction matters. She is experienced in conducting legal due diligence processes and providing legal advice on leases, land acquisitions, construction agreements, planning, permitting, licensing, etc.

Specialising in the energy sector, Teodora has provided valuable legal support to many prominent renewable energy players in their large-scale renewable energy projects in both Serbia and Montenegro. She has assisted international companies in various aspects of project development, providing them with comprehensive advice on real estate, regulatory and construction matters. 

Having been involved in complex cross-border transactions, she has gained in-depth knowledge of a wide range of commercial law issues where she has developed a strong track record in providing day-to-day advice to various multinational clients.

Teodora Vujošević joined the CMS Belgrade team in April 2021, after graduating from the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law, and working in a renowned law office. 

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Memberships & Roles

  • Serbian Bar association
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  • 2020 – LL.B., Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade 
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CMS Belgrade assists Palfinger
Published on 14 September 2023CMS Belgrade has been assisting Palfinger AG, a global leader in innovative crane and lifting solutions, in opening a new component plant in Niš, Serbia. Palfinger operates with over 12,500 employees and 30 manufacturing sites, and has a sales and service network of around 5,000 locations in more than 130 countries on all continents. Palfinger is investing EUR 35.5 million in the new plant in Serbia, which is expected to start production in 2024. This state-of-the-art facility will adhere to industry-leading standards, incorporating advanced energy-saving and en­ergy-gen­er­at­ing technologies, such as photovoltaic systems on the roof of the future plant, as well as the latest cooling and heating technology inside the factory. Our team of expert lawyers, led by Radivoje Petrikić, Partner CMS Vienna and Managing Partner CMS Belgrade, and Maja Stepanović, Corporate/M&A Law Partner, with valuable contributions from Tamara Zejak, Ksenija Ivetić Marlović and Teodora Vujošević, has provided comprehensive legal support in the initial phases of the project, advising on a wide range of corporate, state aid, real estate, financial and employment related matters. Congratulations to Palfinger on breaking ground for their new factory in Serbia!
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Published on 18 July 2023
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CMS Belgrade provides full support to UniCredit Bank Serbia in the refinancing...
UniCredit Bank Serbia and Elicio Ali VE, a 100% subsidiary of Elicio NV, successfully closed the refinancing transaction of the 42 MW Alibunar wind farm in Q3 2021. CMS Belgrade has been selected to prepare the full set of finance documents for UniCredit Bank Serbia as the sole lender in the EUR 53 million re­fin­an­cing.  Com­ment­ing on the transaction, Nikola Vuletić, Chairman of the Management Board of UniCredit Serbia, said: “We are proud that Elicio once again recognised our bank as a reliable partner for the first refinancing of an operational wind farm conducted in Serbia. This is a clear example of how banks and the renewables sector can contribute to improving overall energy security and consumption of renewable energy in Ser­bia.”  Alain Janssens, CEO of Elicio, added: “This refinancing represents an important milestone for the Serbian renewables market as it affirms the strong fundamentals of the project and the bankable regulatory environment for renewable energy production in Serbia. The transaction also confirms the funding available in the Serbian market to locally finance well-structured projects and to do so on longer tenors. These are crucial conditions for realizing Serbia’s considerable ambitions in terms of an increased contribution of wind energy to the energy mix, an area in which Elicio will continue to actively par­ti­cip­ate.” The team of CMS Belgrade experts headed by partners Ivan Gazdić and Milica Popović provided full legal support in every phase of this landmark refinancing, from the legal due diligence review to full-scope advice on multiple regulatory, real estate, corporate, project finance and other legal issues and drafting of the finance documents. Other team members include Ksenija Boreta, Marija Marošan, Igor Đorđević, and Teodora Vujošević.
Expert Guide to advertising regulations in Montenegro
Chapter 1: The framework boiled down 1. What are the relevant laws which regulate advertisement in your country? Montenegro does not have a systemic law that regulates advertising in general. The only...
Serbia: The Belt and Road Initiative
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