BD2P’s Senior Associates as Rising Stars in Legal 500 EMEA

The aim of Legal 500’s Rising Stars is to highlight those standout performers coming into their own at major law firms.

We already know that our senior associates are key to the success of our law firm. But seeing them recognized for their reputation, expertise and accomplishments, is something we are most proud of.

We are delighted to see Milica Pešterić ranked for the very first time as a „Rising Star“ in Commercial, Corporate and M&A in the latest Legal 500 EMEA 2021 report.

Stefan Golubović has been recognized one more time as a “Rising Star” in Dispute resolutionMiloš Andrejević in Employment and Mario Kijanović in Real estate and construction, with all of them being key members of the team. 

We are very happy to see them ranked in The Legal 500 2021's guide to associates who make a material difference to the practice.

The Legal 500 Europe, Middle East & Africa 2021 is now available to view online here.

White Book 2020 Launch

Foreign Investors Council presented the White Book 2020 to the highest Government officials and marked its 18th anniversary on 19 November 2020.

This year, numerous representatives of state bodies, embassies, and the stakeholder community could follow the ceremony via an online platform.

BD2P’s team members once again participated in drafting the relevant sections of the White Book as they are also active participants in many specialized committees of the Foreign Investors Council.

The online conference was opened with an introductory address by FIC President and Telenor CEO Mike Michel, followed by Editor-in-Chief Miroljub Labus, Head of EU Delegation in Serbia Sem Fabrizi, and Prime Minister Ana Brnabić.

The White Book is the major product by which, for more than a decade, FIC gives recommendations aimed at supporting economic growth and better living standard of Serbian citizens.

The complete publication of the White Book 2020 can be downloaded via the FIC website in both English and Serbian language.

The Latest Newsletter: Draft Law on Renewables

The Draft Law on Renewables (hereinafter: the “Draft Law”) was published on 21 January 2021 on the website of the Ministry of Mining and Energy (hereinafter: the “Ministry”). The public discussion was held in the time period between 21 January 2021 and 9 February 2021.

The Draft Law regulates, inter alia, the matters concerning the status of privileged producer of electrical energy from renewables (privileged producer), temporary privileged producer of electrical energy from renewables (temporary privileged producer), system of incentive measures, procedure for obtaining the privileged status and introduces the status of prosumers.

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