Živković Samardžić, one of Serbia’s leading full-service independent law firms has been highly ranked in Dispute Resolution legal practice by leading legal directory Chambers and Partners in its 2022 Europe edition. Besides Dispute Resolution in the newest edition of the Chambers guide, the Employment legal practice is also highly ranked.
The directory recognizes Živković Samardžić for its “strong commercial litigation practice” that is “well placed to receive contentious mandates deriving from financial, insolvency and labor issues, in addition to regulatory matters” and “particularly adept at offering experienced advice on international investment treaty arbitration cases and IP litigation.” The team also acts on insurance law disputes.
Miloš Milošević, Partner and Head of Živković Samardžić Dispute Resolution practices is ranked individually for their Dispute Resolution work. Chambers Europe 2022 guide quotes clients who have praised Miloš Milošević for being “among the handful of best commercial litigators in the country” and “extremely knowledgeable.”
The directory notes Živković Samardžić Law Office’s ability to handle complex employment matters and provides advice to domestic and international employers on day-to-day employment issues, including the drafting of employee contracts. It regularly handles redundancies and contract terminations. Lawyers often act for clients from the media and consumer goods sectors.
Ana Popović, Partner and Head of Živković Samardžić Employment practices, is also ranked individually for her counsel on sensitive employment cases, her expert command of employment litigation, COVID-19 regulations, union negotiations work and counsel provided on redundancies arising from changes in staff structure within companies. Clients quote: “Ana Popović deals with every request confidently and is highly experienced in working with both national and international companies. She is a very dedicated lawyer who pays attention to every detail and gives us clear instructions on the application of regulations.”