28 Nov

NSTLAW attorney Sara Pendjer moderated the panel on perspectives and challenges faced by under 40 arbitration practitioners

2019-11-28T11:05:46+01:00

Sara PendjerOn November 22, 2019, along with attorney Nenad Kovacevic from CMS Belgrade, attorney at law from our law office, Sara Pendjer moderated the panel on careers in international commercial arbitration – perspectives and challenges of under 40 arbitration practitioners. The event was organized by Under 40 section of the Arbitration Association, together with the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum.

 

Some of the conclusions reached during the third ICC YAF in Belgrade were: find a job that you like and you will never have to work;  mingle, interact, do not stay behind the computer, ask questions, remain flexible, take responsibility, speak up, etc.

 

Sebstiano Nessi from Shellenberg Wittmer (Geneva), the ICC YAF representative for Serbia made introductory remarks by talking about tracing career paths in arbitration. Keynote address was delivered by Daniela Karollus – Bruner from CMS Vienna who spoke about the significance of both office and out of office life. She emphasized that in order to build a career in arbitration it was equally important to work hard and to attend social events. At the panel discussion,  Benjamin Gottlieb from Shellenberg Wittmer (Zurich), Minu Gvardjancic from Karanovic & Partners (Ljubljana), Dalibor Valnicic from Wolf Theiss (Zagreb), Senka Mihaj from MIM (Belgrade) and Sonja Otenhajmer from CMS (Vienna) shared their career stories, obstacles and challenges they went through in creating their arbitration careers.

 

The audience acted as additional participant of the event, taking active part with numerous questions and comments.

NSTLAW attorney Sara Pendjer moderated the panel on perspectives and challenges faced by under 40 arbitration practitioners2019-11-28T11:05:46+01:00
26 Nov

NSTLAW featured in the Vol. 2 newsletter of the Japanese Business Alliance in Serbia

2019-11-26T10:58:54+01:00

For the second time now, NSTLAW is one of the members of the Japanese Business Alliance in Serbia JBAS, who contributed to the creation of JBAS’s newsletter vol. 2. JBAS as one of our most esteemed pro bono clients embarked on this exciting adventure, with the launching of its own newsletter. It was an honour for us to participate by providing an insight into the most interesting regulatory news in the past period and the period to come.

Our Senior Associate, attorney at law Tijana Kovacevic, who is the author, gave her view of the upcoming tax reform, affecting entrepreneurs and companies doing business with them as service providers, particularly in the IT sector.

Tijana also gave some interesting insights into the new Guidelines for Tax Benefits of Donors, as well as the novelties the new Law on State Aid Control imposes.

Click here to read the article.

NSTLAW featured in the Vol. 2 newsletter of the Japanese Business Alliance in Serbia2019-11-26T10:58:54+01:00
4 Nov

Nenad Stankovic at 9th International Conference: Mineral Resources in the Republic of Serbia

2019-11-04T11:36:52+01:00

In the period November 5-6, 2019, the 9th International Conference: Mineral Resources in the Republic of Serbia: A Driving Force for Economic Development will be held Metropol Palace Hotel in Belgrade. As always, the conference will gather all the key participants in the relevant sectors. Nenad Stankovic will be the chair of the session dealing with funding possibilities in mining sector and mining law.

Nenad Stankovic at 9th International Conference: Mineral Resources in the Republic of Serbia2019-11-04T11:36:52+01:00