Work in the firm is organized into specialized practice areas and the office has expertise in all industry sectors. Leading legal directories describe BOPA | Bojanović & Partners as “a premium commercial law firm” and “one of the best in Serbia”. The firm brings together some of the most established legal professionals with strong industry knowledge and a track record of dealing with some of the most prominent and truly ground-breaking transactions in the region, in a total value of EUR 3 bn. Also, BOPA | Bojanović & Partners is the firm of choice for clients dealing with private equity and venture capital transactions, with a specialised department covering this segment of work. Furthermore, BOPA | Bojanović & Partners is the only Serbian law firm with a dedicated department for sports arbitration, representing some of the leading names before the court of arbitration for sport in Lausanne, Switzerland. The lawyers from the firm have been educated at leading international universities and hold business degrees in addition to law degrees.
“(…) one of the best in Serbia for sure, it has defied market conditions by adding lawyers and clients in the past year, attracting Lukoil, Skechers, Tesla Motors, Mitsubishi and Sberbank, to name a few. Vladimir Bojanovic is a highly experienced corporate lawyer.”
“(…) highly professional’ team ‘absolutely client-oriented’ and acts for Sberbank Austria, UniCredit Bank Serbia, and highly qualified in the field of transaction finance.”
“(…) a premium commercial law firm’ and is making waves in the market. The firm is advising a leading private health institution on franchise agreements and its operational structure. Clients note the firm’s business experience, efficiency and ‘comprehensive approach to transactions”.
“(…) according to impressed interviewers, Vladimir Bojanovic “understands the market, knows what the client needs, and is very prompt and helpful. He primarily represents international organisations in transactional matters, and acted for Israeli company King Engine Bearings on the planned acquisition of a Serbian company.”