ODI Slovenia has been serving clients doing business in Slovenia since 2005. Our experienced Slovenian lawyers provide services to both local and foreign entities, advising in particular in M&A, corporate restructuring, banking and finance, dispute resolution and real estate.
Senior Associate Ivo Grlica and Associate Primož Mikolič have led the team of four co-authors in comparing the regulatory environments of collaborative economy in Slovenia, Croatia, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia with the European Agenda for the Collaborative Economy. The comparative study evaluates the status of four regulatory areas: market access requirements, consumer protection, employment, and taxation.
To read the full publication (The Regulatory Framework of the Collaborative Economy in Central and Eastern Europe), please click on the following link.
IFLR1000 released the 2018 Guide to the World’s Leading Financial Law Firms.
We are pleased to announce that ODI Law Firm has been listed amongst the Top Tier Slovenian law firms in the IFLR1000 rankings in the field of Financial and Corporate law for 2018. This year we are also proud to be listed amongst active law firms in the field of Project Development.
In its editorial, IFLR1000 has highlighted the following corporate and finance clients’ quotes for ODI’s Slovenian office:
“The practice is very up to date with ongoing legal cases, as well as very solution oriented.”
“Very knowledgeable and dedicated.”
“They can think out of the box helping the client to understand different aspects of the problem.”
We are very pleased that our work and experience have been recognised in this category and would like to take this opportunity to thank our clients for trusting us with their mandates.
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Chambers and Partners has just published Banking and Finance 2018 Legal Practice Guide. ODI’s Managing Partner, Uroš Ilić and Senior Associate, Suzana Bončina Jamšek have authored a chapter titled “Trends and Developments” for the Slovenian jurisdiction. The chapter`s main objective is to draw attention to consolidation and privatisation of the banking sector and the current trends that are shaping the industry.
To read the full article, please click on the following link.