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Take one step further: Vulic Law is hiring Legal Trainee and Associate/Lawyer

01. December 2021.

Vulic Law is expanding its team Vulic Law is an independent, full-service commercial law firm based in Belgrade. Established in 2019 the firm was quickly recognized as a top-notch legal practice in Serbia. The firm specialises in mergers and acquisitions, banking and finance, restructuring and insolvency, dispute resolution, energy and mining, real estate and employment […]

Vulic Law assisted Lecce in case against Red Star

08. September 2021.

Vulic Law was part of the legal team that provided legal assistance to Italian Serie B football club Lecce in Falco-case filed against Red Star Belgrade, which was resolved before FIFA’s Football Tribunal. The case arose in connection with transfer of Filippo Falco who signed for Red Star Belgrade (FK Crvena Zvezda) in January 2021 […]

Vulic Law advises International Finance Corporation (IFC) on Vino Zupa restructuring

05. August 2021.

Restructuring and insolvency team at Vulic Law has advised International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, on restructuring procedure of Vino Zupa, one of the leading Serbian companies for production and sale of wines and beverages operating from 1956.

Vulic Law entered the IFLR1000 rankings for Financial Corporate

28. July 2021.

We are proud to announce that IFLR1000, the eminent UK-based guide to the world’s best law firms, has placed Vulic Law among the best Serbian law firms in the sector of Financial Corporate in its EMEA guide for 2022. We have applied for the first time and this result is a clear recognition of capabilities […]

Vulić Law advises Mlekara Šabac on one of the largest Serbian investments in Russia

21. June 2021.

Vulić Law advises Mlekara Šabac, one of the leading dairies in Serbia, on the construction of a factory in Russia, which is one of the biggest investments of Serbian companies in Russia. Vulić Law team led by Managing Partner Miloš Vulić, has been working on the selection of plots in the Moscow region, participating in […]

CEE Legal Matters Magazine: Serbian Corporate Restructuring

03. June 2021.

Under Serbian law, insolvency proceedings for companies facing financial difficulties may be conducted as a bankruptcy or a restructuring. Two types of restructuring are present in Serbia’s legal framework. Restructuring can be carried out through a Pre-Prepared Reorganization Plan (PPRP) or through a Reorganization Plan (RP) filed in bankruptcy proceedings (for convenience sake, we will […]

Legal 500: Vulic Law ranked among the leading law firms in Serbia

16. April 2021.

We are delighted to announce that the eminent UK-based guide to the world’s best law firms, Legal 500, has ranked Vulic Law Real Estate & Construction practice as one of the top-notch practices in Serbia. The ranking procedure is based on the market feedback on the legal services provided by our firm. This is the […]

Guide for Safe Work from Home Published on the Website of the Ministry of Labor, Employment, Veteran and Social Affairs

01. March 2021.

The Occupational Safety and Health Directorate of the RS Ministry of Labor, Employment, Veteran and Social Affairs (hereinafter: the “Directorate”), on January 18, 2021 published a guide for safe work from home (hereinafter: the “Guide”), in order to protect and make easier for employers and employees to work from home in the pandemic. This Guide […]

Vulic Law became a member of the Swiss-Serbian Chamber of Commerce

03. September 2020.

We are pleased to announce that we became a part of Swiss-Serbian Chamber of Commerce. Providing legal services to Swiss companies for continuous period, enabled our firm to be accepted in this prominent organization which consists of the highly reputable Swiss companies doing business in Serbia.

Vulic Law – the World bank legal service provider

18. August 2020.

We are proude to announce that Vulic Law has been registered as the World bank group legal service provider. Vulic Law will be providing legal services to the members of the World bank, on their legal matters in Serbia.