- Welcoming new member of our team Nenad Beloša

We are pleased to announce that Nenad Beloša  is a new member at our firm as of 6 February 2017, as attorney associated with Babić & Partners. He is an experienced litigator with over 30 years of experience. Nenad has extensive knowledge of all stages of court litigation in Croatia and has represented clients, argued and briefed submissions and appeals before all instances of Croatian Civil, Land, Labor, Criminal and Administrative courts, up to the Croatian Supreme Court and the Croatian Constitutional Court.

- BABIĆ & PARTNERS JOINS NEXTLAW GLOBAL REFERRAL NETWORK the largest referral network in the world with 283 member firms, 18,600 lawyers covering 160 countries

Babić & Partners has joined Nextlaw Global Referral Network, enabling it to connect its clients to high quality lawyers around the world. Nextlaw Global Referral Network is the largest legal referral network in the world, with 283 member firms, 18,600 lawyers covering 160 countries. While we are committed to this network  our fine relationship with other international or local law firms remains intact.

Jeff Modisett, Nextlaw Global Referral Network CEO, said: “We’re proud to have Babić & Partners as part of our network. We’re only as good as the quality of our member firms and Babić & Partners makes us stronger and better able to meet the needs of our other members’ clients operating in Croatia and wider region.”

Nextlaw Global Referral Network was created by Dentons, the largest law firm in the world. The network, which is free to join, employs a detailed screening system to guarantee the quality of its member firms and has developed proprietary technology to allow members to identify lawyers at other member firms with the appropriate experience where clients need legal counsel.

- Welcoming new member of our team dr. Patricia Živković

We are pleased to announce that Patricia Živković is a new member at our firm as of 18 October 2016. Patricia studied at the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Law and at the Central European University in Budapest, where she obtained an LL.M degree in International Business Law and an S.J.D. degree. She also participated in the program of the International Academy for Arbitration Law in Paris, and she was conducting research as a visiting scholar at the Cornell Law School (Ithaca, USA) and School of Law, University of Pittsburgh (USA). Patricia’s practice focuses on dispute resolution, antitrust/competition law, corporate and commercial law.