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Although employment laws have changed, the standpoint of a majority judges in Bosnia and Herzegovina is still the one from the communist era, which is to support the employees against the employer at any cost. Any mistake of the employer, no matter how benign, can have severe consequences. For this ...Read more
One of the characteristics of the electrical energy sector in Bosnia and Herzegovina is an abundance of resources for production of energy, which puts Bosnia and Herzegovina on the map as an energy exporter. However, current plants are outdated, and their capacities will soon stop being able to sati...Read more
n a country where all public institutions swear by public procurement rules while at the same time trying to avoid them, it is of paramount importance to protect your position prior to entering any public procurement procedure. Our law firm advises companies on submitting bids in public tenders, pro...Read more