JPM is the leading law firm in Serbia, providing full services in Serbia and the SEE region. Since 1991 we have been helping international and national clients from various industries to establish, build and maintain their business presence in Serbia and SEE. Our expertise, experience and high standards are proven and recognized. We have helped many clients complete landmark transactions in a transitional economy. We solve their problems with a flexible, adaptable approach.


We operate in a transitional economy where the legal environment is in state of flux. The objective of the Republic of Serbia on its path towards the EU accession is harmonisation with legal standards of the EU We therefore focus on solutions that satisfy business goals of our clients while managing legal risks. Our commitment and experience in resolving complex business issues enables us to find creative solutions that provide tangible benefits to our clients.


Since 1991 JPM has represented clients from every major industrial and corporate sector, including energy, banking, transportation, manufacturing and communications. Today we continue that tradition by also serving clients in expanding industries, such as renewable energy, IT and life sciences.


We organize our work by practice group, which allows us to build the best team for single- or multi-practice work. We serve clients in Serbia and SEE with 40+ lawyers experienced in nearly all major industries and areas of law.


Due to political, economic and ownership changes in Serbia, we proactively participate in Serbia’s evolving legal practice and strengthen our professional ties with leading law offices, particularly those from the US, the EU and SEE region.


July 7, 2017
JPM Advises Merkur Casino in Balkan Bet M&А Transaction
JPM advised Gauselmann Group, the prominent leader in the German market of organizing games of chance, on an acquisition transaction in Serbia.


June 26, 2017
Seminar on best import practices and interpretation of trade agreements
JPM, in cooperation with five Trade Chambers organized seminar related to best import practices and interpretation of trade agreements between Serbia and Russia-Belarus-Kazakhstan customs union.


June 6, 2017
Roundtable on “Significance and Challenges of Retail Trade Sector in Serbia in terms of Competition Policy”
JPM Partner Nikola Poznanović and Senior Associate Bojana Javorić attended a round table on the subject: “Significance and Challenges of Retail Trade Sector Development in Serbia in terms of Competition Policy”.