Our business in numbers

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international markets where we absorb experience and knowledge.

Areas of expertise

IA lawyers have great experience and a high level of expertise in the subject field, and we are offering complete legal support to the clients, regardless of they are the buyer or seller in the merger & acquisition procedure.
Many years of professional training and the commitment of team members to follow modern legal trends in the field of competition law, based on EU rules and transposition of the EU acquis communautaire and the practices of the European Commission (EC), has enabled IA Lawyers to have professional capacity for comprehensive consulting of clients in all forms of business practices.
The members of our team have vast knowledge and experience in the procedures of investment arbitration in accordance with the rules of the ICSID Convention, UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules, as well as the Rules of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).

Our reliable and specialized legal departments provide quality professional services to domestic and foreign clients, covering the entire spectrum of corporate law. 

In focus

We’re now on the CEE Legal Matters website

The commitment of the IBRAHIMOVIĆ & CO Law Firm to the CEE region is reflected in the fact that we are now part of the CEE Legal Matters network, where we will publish current news, legal analysis, and our professional

How secretive are the cartels in the market really?

We define a cartel as an agreement (concerted action) between two or more business entities that are mutual competitors on the market, which can be formal (e.g. contract, minutes, regulations, etc.) or informal (secret) agreement, one agreed provision, or joint

Employers fight back against sick pay abuse

In April 2019, when the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina passed judgment number S1 3 U 028800 18 U, in which it took the position that employers (as interested persons) do not have the right to collect data containing medical

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