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New EU Data Protection Rules – Should Serbian Companies Be Worried?

The new EU data protection framework, set to come into force on May 24, 2018 in the form of the General Data Protection Regulation is directly binding in all Member States, however its scope goes beyond the boundaries of the EU – affecting foreign companies that deal with personal data of EU citizens. 

The Dawn of Dawn Raids or the Twilight of Due Process in Serbia?

In the last 10 days of May 2017, the Commission for Protection of Competition of the Republic of Serbia has decided to roll up its sleeves and put a number of companies suspected of committing competition violations on its conveyor belt. Unusually high number of unannounced inspections –

Quarterly Review of Decisions Taken by Serbia’s Commission for Protection of Competition

uring the first quarter of 2017, the Serbian Commission for Protection of Competition of the Republic of Serbia handed down a number of decisions in different areas of competition protection and recognized the necessity of conducting analyses of vital sectors such as telecoms, oil products and oil-derivatives.

Gecić Law Proud to Host 2017 Reunion of the Harvard Law School Association of Europe in Belgrade

Gecić Law is proud to announce completion of one of the most prestigious gatherings of legal professionals in Belgrade in recent history, bringing together high-profile individuals and young leaders in politics, business and innovation. Coordinated with the Harvard Law School Association of Europe, the 2017 reunion in Belgrade coincided with the Bicentennial Celebration of Harvard Law School and took place over four days, from May 25 through May 28, 2017.

“Sharing Economy” in the Spotlight – Let’s Call a Spade a Spade, Says EU Advocate General on Uber

On 11 May 2017, Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the European Union, Mr. Maciej Szpunar, issued a landmark opinion on legal qualification of Uber, the US ride hailing app, claiming that, from the perspective of the EU law, Uber should be characterized and treated as a transport company rather than as a mere information technology provider.

Gecić Law Sponsors Annual Job Fair at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law

Gecić Law is proud to sponsor this year’s annual job fair organized by Belgrade’s group of the European Law Students’ Association (ELSA) at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law. This year’s event “Lawyers at Work” with the theme “Choose Your Career” and will be held from May 9th until May 11th, 2017.

Tatjana Sofijanić

Associate

Tatjana Sofijanić is an associate at Gecić Law.

Prior to joining the firm, Tatjana completed an internship at the enforcement office under the mentorship of private enforcer Marina Antonić.  During the course of her studies, she took part in numerous study groups at the Faculty of Law, as well as various law seminars and conferences, most notably in the area of Commercial Law, Arbitration, Human Rights and Theory and Philosophy of Law.  In October 2014, she participated as one of the commentators in the Student Conference ”Human Rights in Theory and Practice“ at the Faculty of Law in Belgrade.  Tatjana was awarded a scholarship from the Dositej fund for the best students in Serbia by the Ministry of Education Republic of Serbia in 2013/14 and 2014/2015, and the University of Belgrade Endowment Scholarship in 2012, 2013 and 2014.  During her master studies, Tatjana was a member of the team which won first place at the All-Munich Rounds, a preparatory tournament to the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot, and was awarded with an Honorable Mention for the Pieter Sanders Award for Best Memorandum for Claimant. In the final rounds held in Vienna, she appeared as one of the speakers to represent the team.

Tatjana earned her LL.B at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law, as one of the best students of her generation.  She is currently pursuing an LL.M. in International Business Law at the same faculty and simultaneously, an LL.M in Globalization and Law at the Faculty of Law, Maastricht University, under a full scholarship.  She is fluent in English, Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin and Serbian.

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