‘Complicated tasks and challenging times’ may best describe the influence of global events and the current energy crisis on the Serbia energy market.
Serbian Personal Income Tax Law and Serbian Corporate Income Tax Law, as well as the Serbian Law on Mandatory Social Insurance Contributions, prescribe tax and social insurance contributions related reliefs for companies that conduct activities of research and development in the Republic of Serbia.
It is with great pleasure that we announce the upcoming webinar, in association with Legal500. Webinars series offers market-leading insights from expert contributors.
More countries, that have, until recently, been considered the pandemic’s epicenter, are easing COVID restrictions. Serbia takes the same direction and cancels majority of COVID-19 related restrictive measures.
In the latest interview with CEE Legal Matters, “Hot practice in Serbia – JPM’s Energy practice’, our Senior Partner Jelena Gazivoda discusses the most important developments in energy sector.
Usage of corporate cards issued by goods and services providers to their corporate clients, have been recognized and regulated by the latest amendments of relevant Serbian regulations related to fiscalization and to VAT.
Electronic measurement of working hours based on processing of location data is permitted under data protection and labour regulations under the defined conditions.
The Government of Montenegro passed a Bill of the Law on Electronic Document („Bill“) which is now waiting to be passed by the Parliament of Montenegro.
It gives us great pleasure to announce that JPM Janković Popović Mitić has been ranked a TOP-TIER FIRM in 5 practice areas in this years’ edition of The Legal 500 EMEA, with additional recommendations in 3 more practice areas.
We are pleased to announce that our Senior Partner Dr Jelena Gazivoda is ranked in the elite category, IFLR1000 Women Leaders 2022, reserved for the most prominent women lawyers across the world.