Goran Radosevic

Goran Radosevic



  • Anti-bribery & Corruption
  • Aviation
  • Corporate & Commercial
  • Data Protection & Privacy

WSG Practice Industries


WSG Leadership

Public Procurement Group

Karanovic & Partners

As a Partner in the Corporate & Commercial Practice Group. Goran RadoŇ°ević provides legal assistance to leading international companies from IT and healthcare sectors, advising them on a wide range of corporate and commercial matters, including mergers and acquisitions, corporate and commercial agreements, regulatory matters, compliance, consumer protection, public procurement issues, advertising, and data protection. He also has substantive experience in intellectual property law and anti-corruption law, having advised several major multinationals on internal corporate investigations, conducting risk assessments and providing training programs.

Bar Admissions

Belgrade Bar Association


University of Belgrade, Faculty of law (2009), LL.B.
Areas of Practice

Anti-bribery & Corruption | Aviation | Corporate & Commercial | Data Protection & Privacy | Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals | Information Technology | Infrastructure & Transport | Intellectual Property | Media & Telecom

Professional Career

Professional Associations

  • International Bar Association

GDPR Breach: Google Fined EUR 50 Million
Karanovic & Partners, January 2019

The US tech giant, Google is fined EUR 50 million by France's data protection regulator, CNIL, for failing to comply with its General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) obligations. This is the biggest GDPR fine yet to be issued by a European regulator and the first time that one of the tech giants has been found in breach with the new regulations that came into force in May 2017...

Serbia Enacts a New Data Protection Law
Karanovic & Partners, November 2018

In light of the new EU data protection scheme, shaped by the GDPR, Serbia has enacted a new Data Protection Law earlier this year, with its' applicability postponed for 21 August 2019. The new law was long-awaited: it has been 10 years since the existing law was passed, which was even at that moment already outdated (e.g. it recognized only consent in the written form and almost completely restricted data transfers to non-European countries)...