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Karanovic & Partners

Milan Lazic

Milan Lazic

Senior Partner

Karanovic & Partners
Serbia

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Milan is the head of our Regional Arbitration and Litigation Practice. With over 10 years of professional experience, he has represented clients in a number of high profile international court cases as well as in a number of major international arbitration cases of before the ICSID, ICC and UNCITRAL arbitrations, and arbitrations before the local Foreign Trade Court of Arbitration attached to the Serbian Chamber of Commerce. Milan advises clients over many industries, including energy and infrastructure, real estate and construction, privatisation, telecommunications, leisure, chemicals and pharmaceuticals, environmental, maritime and banking and financing among others. Milan is also highly experienced in international and domestic corporate and commercial litigation, disputes and services and advises large corporates and international and domestic public institutions.

Bar Admissions

Belgrade Bar Association

Education

University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law (2003), LL.B.
Professional Career

Professional Associations

  • International Bar Association
Articles

Privatisation Disputes
Karanovic & Partners, June 2018

This article will focus on the experience in practice and the evolution of privatizations of state and socially owned companies in Serbia in the period of transition and will assess the boundaries of arbitrability of disputes that arise out of the termination of privatization agreements. The term arbitrability will be analysed from a broader perspective, as opposed to the traditional and commonly used meaning of this term - whether a certain dispute is suitable for arbitration...

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