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  • —     On 16 July 2015, the Parliament of Republic of Srpska (“RS”) adopted a new Law on Personal Income Tax (“Law”) which came into force on September 1st 2015. The most important change introduced by this Law is the abolishment of tax on dividends distributed to shareholders-natural persons. more—
  • — Karanović & Nikolić will be supporting the Operosa Montenegro Opera Festival in August for the second consecutive year. more—
  • — Karanović & Nikolić had the pleasure of hosting a Film Festival Cocktail on Saturday in Sarajevo, continuing its celebration of 20 years of legal practice throughout the region.  Clients and partners joined members of the Karanović & Nikolić team to take in the spirited atmosphere of Sarajevo around film festival time.  Following the cocktail, guests were treated to an outdoor viewing of “Dheepan”, winner of the Palme D’Or prize at the Cannes Film Festival, at the SFF’s HT Eronet Open Air Cinema. more—
  • — In continuation of our 20th anniversary Karanović & Nikolić will be hosting a cocktail for clients and friends on August, 15th.  If you are interested in receiving more details, please contact nina.juricev@karanovic-nikolic.com.   more—
  • — IP Pro Discusses Fake Goods in Eastern Europe Karanovic & Nikolic IP Senior Associate Relja Mirkov was recently interviewed by IP Pro on Eastern European countries that attract fake goods from Asia and how to tackle the problem. more—
  • — On 28 July 2015 the newly enacted “Law on Conversion” (the “Law”) which sets out the procedure for converting the right of use into ownership rights over construction land for a fee (the “Conversion”), will come in force. more—
  • —   This July, the President of the Serbian Competition Commission (the “Commission”), Mr. more—
  • — Long awaited amendments to the Law on Mortgages were adopted on 8 July. more—
  • — Amendments to the Croatian Civil Obligations Act have led to a reduction in default interest rates, as follows: 8.14% for transactions between natural persons, and 10.14% for transactions between legal entities. more—
  • — New IFLR1000 Energy and Infrastructure Rankings IFLR1000 has ranked Karanović & Nikolić and associated attorneys in a top tier position for its Energy & Infrastructure practice for the first time in Croatia, Macedonia and Serbia, reflecting our in-depth expertise in this industry. more—
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