Stankovic & Partners Law Office boasts extensive experience in a wide range of legal services, be it research, analysis, negotiations supports, no matter the issue Stankovic & Partners has the skills, qualifications, and experts to help you.
Stankovic & Partners Law Office is a pioneer in promoting international business in Serbia, and the South East Europe Region. We are the first port of call for international clients, and have represented over 100 international clients in Serbian and international jurisdictions.
We offer our clients a fully comprehensive service, supporting you on every step of the way. As well as legal services we also advise clients on technical issues, and can help you with the banking and business requirements.
Stankovic & Partners Law Office is the go to legal practice for a number of major international clients. We are there for your needs; assisting in day-to-day operations, as well as issues of corporate governance, labour law, and general commercial operations.
Qui suo iure utitur, neminem laedit -
He who exercises his legal rights harms no one.
In the November 2017 edition of the prestigious business magazine CorD, an interview with the principal of Stanković & Partners Law Office, attorney Nebojša Stanković PhD, was published.
Bisnode Serbia awarded Advokat Dr Nebojša Stankovic with Golden AAA certificate of Creditworthiness Rating, ID number 55190810, based on the excellent business results in 2014, 2015, and 2016.Read More
In recognition to his invaluable contribution to the Enabling the Business of Agriculture 2017 project, the World Bank Group awarded Dr. Nebojsa Stankovic a certificate of appreciation.Read More
May 18, 2018 by Nebojša Stanković
Finding a law firm in Serbia is the first step you need to take before you actually start your business.Read More
May 9, 2018 by Nebojša Stanković
For businesses in Serbia, 2018 started very well. In just a couple of months, around 5000 brand new small businesses were registered and opened...Read More
December 22, 2017 by Nebojša Stanković
The Republic of Serbia is obliged, among other things, to harmonize its accounting regulations with EU regulations during the process of joining the EU.Read More