24 Jan 2018

Gecić Law Contributes to the first ever Serbia chapter of the Transnational Litigation Guide

We are excited to announce that Gecić Law, contributed to the first-ever Serbia chapter of the Transnational Litigation Guide, December 2017 update.  Published by Thomson Reuters, the most recent guide offers comprehensive overview and detailed analysis of litigation procedure as well as insight into the tactical, substantive and procedural issues of Serbian litigation system along with more than 27 other major legal systems.

Authored by Ognjen Colić and Jovan Rajković, senior counsels at Gecić Law, the Serbian chapter includes detailed information and insights into Serbian litigation rules and covers topics such as: structure of courts, obtaining jurisdiction and choice of forum, service of process, commencement of suit, summary judgements and equivalent proceedings, review of transnational judgements, damages etc.

“It was a great honor to contribute to this impressive volume of Transnational Litigation Guide and for the first time offer an overview of Serbia’s litigation rules,” said Jovan Rajković, senior counsel at Gecić Law.

“Our hope is that this comprehensive guide would provide litigators around the globe with key information regarding Serbian litigation system and insight into handling issues from the beginning to the end of a dispute,” added Ognjen Colić, senior counsel at Gecić Law.

Written by the leading international litigators, the guide offers easy and convenient reference by jurisdiction, aimed at helping attorneys and legal professionals with cross border litigation issues. The list of contributors to the Transnational Litigation Guide, 2017 edition, besides Gecić Law include Jones Day, Squire Patton Boggs LLC, Kim & Chang and many others.

The attached PDF on the left-hand side contains excerpts from Transnational Litigation –Ch, 22B, Serbia. Reprinted from Transnational Litigation (December 2017 update) with permission. Copyright 2017.

For more details or any questions related to the information in the attached excerpts from Transnational Litigation Guide, please contact Ognjen Colić at ognjen.colic@geciclaw.com.