BWSP Legal is pleased to announce that JMS Law Office, a leading full service law firm based in Belgrade, Serbia has joined the Central and Eastern European legal partnership that has now reached five partner firms in five European capitals: Bucharest, Budapest, Sofia, Prague and now Belgrade. Set up in September 2012, BWSP has already attracted new clients’ trust and is rapidly growing into a powerful legal partnership in the CEE.
JMS Law Office strengthens our capacity to serve our clients’ needs in the regions of former Yugoslavia and also provides integrated services to international clients operating in the area.
Serbian firm JMS Law Office is led by Managing Partner Nenad Milovanović, specializing in Corporate and Commercial Litigation, Copyright/Intellectual Property Litigation and Privatization services. His extensive experience in litigation comes from handling a large number of individual cases throughout the jurisdictions of former Yugoslavia. Nenad Milovanović is currently dealing with a broad spectrum of national and international cases before the High Court of Commerce, Supreme Court and Professional Disciplinary Tribunals.
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BWSP LEGAL is the law firm partnership which gives you legal solutions and advice across Central and Eastern Europe. Operating out of offices in Budapest, Bucharest, Sofia, Prague and now Belgrade and with a number of language desks, we are able to provide legal sevices in the region without the trouble of contacting a law firm in each jurisdiction. With over eughty lawyers practising in a number of practise areas in the five jurisdictions with full language capabilities BWSP LEGAL offers seamless, full range legal services in Central and Eastern Europe. Our philosophy is to enable clients to appoint one law firm to handle their legal matters in the region. By the creation of this structure and its associated network the partner firms will be able to offer their existing and future clients unified standard of legal services, greater depth, extended experience and local knowledge around jurisdictions in Central and Eastern Europe.